16:40 Roscommon Mon 21 August 2017

Abandoned
  • Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden
  • 7f 49y, Soft
  • 11 Runners
  • Winner€9,239.002nd€2,865.003rd€1,365.004th€615.005th€240.00
  • Surface: Turf
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1
(1)
12/1

Le Havre gelding who cost €9,000 as a yearling. Dam was a winner at two. Disappointing when sixth of seven, well beaten on debut.

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2
(6)
39-5OR:
16/1

Son of Thewayyouare out of a mare who was a winner over 5f as a two-year-old. No impression and never a factor when last of 11, making debut at the Galway festival.

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3
(7)
20/1

Son of Rip Van Winkle. Cost connections €12,000 as a yearling in September last year. No impression and one pace final 2f on debut in Galway festival maiden.

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4
(2)
33/1

Cost €15,000 as a two-year-old, ran out of steam over 6f on debut at Fairyhouse, before finishing last of 11, beaten 22L on second start at the Galway festival.

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5
(4)
39-5OR:
20/1

Has beaten two rivals home in eight and 13 runner fields at Leopardstown and Curragh. Difficult to muster much encouragement here.

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6
(3)
39-0OR:
3/1

Unraced filly, daughter of Epaulette who was dual 7f Group 1 winner in Australia. First crop of two-year-olds have produced eight winners.

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7
(11)
39-0OR:
1/1

Consistent filly who has seen one a little quicker in each of her last three starts and is due a change of luck.

8
(9)
39-0OR:
50/1

Beaten 23L into eight in a nine runner maiden over 7f at Gowran Park, before suffering a 21L defeat at Naas five days later.

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9
(8)
12/1

Unraced filly of Lovelace, who was a 5f winner as a two-year-old, eventually developed in to a tough 7f performer. Probaly best watched here on debut.

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10
(10)
39-0OR:
25/1

Unraced filly of Distorted Humor, who was high class US dirt colt over 7f and 8f. Sire of top filly Cursory Glance. Best watched on debut.

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11
(5)
39-0OR:
8/1

Late debutante for yard. Sire, Vocalised, developed in to a smart three-year-old. Yard 7/72 with their youngsters this season.

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
11Zorion29-54/7Full Result
T: J S BolgerJ: K J Manning

Betting

Forecast

Himmah (1/1), Epaneema (3/1), Stitching (8/1), A Long Road Ahead (12/1), Mills On Tour (12/1), Howya Harry (16/1), Waters Wild (20/1), Rip Rocks Paddy Ok (20/1), Sister Anne (25/1), Roderic The Second (33/1), March Fifteen (50/1)

Verdict

Kevin Predergast has found an ideal opportunity for his filly, HIMMAH, to get off the mark here in a field of newcomers and well beaten youngsters. Debutante Epaneema, from powerful yard and A Long Road Ahead are possibly the best of the rest.
  1. Himmah
  2. Epaneema
  3. A Long Road Ahead
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