Bingo Bronson (Gleneagles) Impresses On Debut At Leopardstown

Impressive Newcomer Continues Fantastic Run For Gleneagles

Bingo Bronson (3g Gleneagles - Naruko, by Street Cry) emerged as an exciting prospect when running out an impressive debut winner at Leopardstown on Thursday.

The Ger Lyons-trained newcomer was sent off favourite for the nine furlong maiden and was ridden to track the leaders by Colin Keane. The bay was the last off the bridle in the straight and was pushed along to lead approaching the final furlong, running on well to score by four lengths.

There is much more to come from Bingo Bronson, according to his trainer, who said, “He's a nice horse and he's very much a baby. He wants ten furlongs minimum, but I'd say you won't see the best of him until next year.”

Bred by Patricia Walsh, Bingo Bronson is owned by David Spratt, Sean Jones and Mrs Lynne Lyons. He continues a terrific season for Castlehyde Stud sire Gleneagles, with exciting juvenile Royal Scotsman (Gleneagles) having won last week’s Group 2 Richmond Stakes, while Jumbly (Gleneagles) recorded her second Stakes success the previous week.