13:50 Leopardstown Sun 22 October 2017
Tamayuz filly out of a Shamardal mare related to multiple winners Soaring Spirits, Wahaab and recent Kempton victor Cool Team. Worth a market check.
By Dark Angel out of a Hector Protector mare. Sire has plenty of winners in the book including Sovereign Debt and Mecca's Angel. Market likely to be the best guide.
Big Bad Bob filly out of a Sadler's Wells mare related to multiple winners Brendan Bracken, Bible Belt and recent York victor Barford. Market likely to reveal expectations.
Failed to build on encouraging debut when losing his place mid race to eventually finish eighth of 14 at Dundalk on the AW. Others preferred.
Held up in the early stages in debut on the AW at Dundalk last month when finishing eighth of 14 beaten 9L. Others make more appeal.
Frankel filly out of a Beat Hollow mare related to the likes of Cracksman, Queen Kindly and recent Yarmouth winner Aljezeera. Tough ask on debut but not to be underestimated.
Well beaten and no impression on two career starts so far including a 23L defeat at Tipperary last time out earlier this month. Well out of her depth here.
Improved on debut run at Tipperary when finishing sixth of 17 beaten 7L at Naas earlier in the month. Can improve again and not to be dismissed.
Hampered at the start on debut at Naas earlier in the month and allowed to come in under hands and heels eventually finishing fourth of 10. Progress inevitable.
One pace at the business end of the race on debut at Naas finishing 3½L behind stablemate Forever Together. Improvement needed to play a role here.
31,000 gns yearling by Lethal Force out of a Pivotal mare effective over 6f-1m. Half-sister to four relatively ordinary winners. Expected to improve on debut run when eighth of 17 at Naas.
Lilbourne Lad filly is a half-sister to three winners, including two-year-old 7f winner Forrest Prince. Raced in rear on debut before finishing sixth of 14 beaten 6L at Dundalk last month.
By Galileo out of a Nashwan mare who disappointed on debut when finishing 11th of 18 here last month. Expected to improve on that run but may struggle to hit the frame.
By Maxios out of a Lawman mare related to a couple of winners. The worry on debut is first-time hood is already fitted.
Galileo filly out of a Dansili mare. Tongue-tie called for for debut run and this contest already looks a tall order.
By Most Improved out of a Hamas mare. Sire has made a slow start with his first two-year-olds. Beaten 15L on debut after missing the start at Galway.
Dark Angel filly out of a New Approach mare. Sire has plenty of winners in the book including Sovereign Debt and Mecca's Angel. Worth a market check.
By Vocalised out of a Tapit mare. Related to recent winner Haunting Vocals. Plenty to find on debut run at Dundalk on the AW earlier in the month.
Last Year's Winner
|1||White Satin Dancer (GER)||2||9-0||4/1||Full Result|
|T: D WachmanJ: W M Lordan|
Contingent (9/4), Forever Together (10/3), Magic Wand (10/3), Julienne (7/1), Hypnotic Force (12/1), Alghabrah (16/1), Faughill (25/1), Check Your Pockets (25/1), Gloriously (25/1), Rawaan (50/1), Bit Of Banter (50/1), Loudest Whisper (50/1), Aphrodite's Angel (50/1), Claire Underwood (50/1), Twin Taps (50/1), Idalia (66/1), Raise The Tempo (100/1), Cork Harbour (100/1)
- Forever Together
- Magic Wand
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