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"...remains open to improvement after only three starts..."

Timeform on Tiger Moth

Cadillac - 15:40 Leopardstown

Cadillac could hardly have created a better impression on his debut at Leopardstown in July, powering nine lengths clear of his rivals and posting a high rating for a debutant. He was beaten in Group 2 company at the Curragh last time, but he shaped well in second, only going down by half a length. He should find that experience aiding his development and he stands out as the one to beat, boasting the best form on offer and the potential to do better.

Century Dream - 16:45 Leopardstown

Century Dream has been a revelation this season, proving as good as ever at the age of six. He spent last year in the doldrums but bounced back with victory in the Diomed Stakes on his return and, having disappointed in the Prix d'Ispahan, ran out an impressive winner of the Celebration Mile last time. He was an authoritative winner at Goodwood, scoring by four and a half lengths, and he has run to a higher level than any of his rivals.

Tiger Moth - 17:15 Leopardstown

Tiger Moth hasn't been seen since finishing runner-up to Santiago in the Irish Derby in June, but he can take this Group 3 en route to bigger assignments later in the season. He tackled the Irish Derby having won his maiden only 18 days earlier, but he ran a cracker, forcing his stablemate to dig very deep. Tiger Moth is clearly a talented colt and remains open to improvement after only three starts.

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