So Perfect headlines five entries for Aidan O’Brien in Saturday’s Killavullan Stakes at Leopardstown.
The daughter of Scat Daddy has a verdict over Moyglare Stud Stakes winner Skitter Scatter to her name and chased home Advertise in the Phoenix Stakes.
So Perfect finished a creditable third to stablemate Fairyland in the Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket on her latest outing.
O’Brien has also entered Coral Beach, Never No More, San Andreas and Old Glory, a son of Frankel who cost 1.6millions euros.
Jospeh O’Brien has entered No Needs Never, who beat Old Glory at Dundalk, and Millswyn.
Patrick Prendergast could run Could Be King, a winner last weekend at Limerick.
“I put him in to have a look, although it’s probably only 50-50 that he will run. It was heavy ground at Limerick and hard work, so we will just have to see how he is later in the week,” said Prendergast.
“I do think he has a future at this level and he did run well in the Futurity Stakes a couple of runs back and that form does look very solid, but we will just have to see how much Limerick took out of him.”
Michael O’Callaghan is also well represented with four possibles in Angelic Light, I Am Superman, Recon Mission and Third Of March among 20 contenders.