In the context of this opposition, his overall form bears the closest inspection and Ger Lyon's colt is difficult to oppose.
Narrowly beaten by a smart horse in Sebastian Flyte at Gowran Park, he then stepped into the big league at Fairyhouse when contesting the Group 2 Futurity Stakes.
The son of Danehill Dancer went off a 16-1 shot, in a seven-runner affair, but produced the performance of his young life to finish a length and a quarter second behind Cape Blanco.
Lyons can also take the Blackrock Race with the classy Dohasa, who has a lot in hand of his rivals at the weights.
The four-year-old has been rested since a below-part effort at Ascot in July. Prior to that, however, Dohasa ran a cracker at Leopardstown.
That was in the Group 3 Ballycorus Stakes, finishing to good effect at the end of six furlongs when beaten a neck by the smart Duff.
The selection has previously shown a liking for this track and a display anywhere near his best will be good enough.
It will be a pleasant surprise should either Mister Tee or Dohasa not be odds-on and Balansara can prove a more lucrative nap in the Irish Stallion Farms' EBF Median Auction Maiden.
She showed nothing, on bad ground, first time up at the Curragh, but looked to have a future at Dundalk subsequently.
The daughter of Azamour was beaten a short head and a length into third behind Dazzling Day and subsequent winner, Queen Of Troy.