Timeform pick out their three best bets from Naas on Saturday evening...
"He made a promising return here prior to that, and is worthy of another chance returned to this track."
Timeform on Night of Power
Andaleep took a big step forward from his debut run when finishing third at Leopardstown last time, the step up in trip looking the obvious catalyst. He remains capable of better yet, and can make use of his experience to get off the mark at the third time of asking. Biltmore is also open to improvement and should go well, whilst Antilles could be the pick of an interesting bunch of debutants.
Whilst Night of Power only beat one rival home on his most recent start at the Curragh last month, he shaped better than the bare result suggests that day, going well when switched two furlongs out, before being bumped at the furlong pole and not seeing the race out. He made a promising return here prior to that, and is worthy of another chance returned to this track.
Chilled White has made a solid, but unremarkable start to her career so far, with three starts, the best of which coming when fourth at Limerick two starts ago. Whilst she didn't come on for that run, she's shown enough to suggest that she could prove to be a different proposition now switched to handicap company, for powerful connections. Maewyn couldn't land a blow on her handicap debut at Ballinrobe last time, but looks a solid alternative dropped 2 lb.