18:30 Dundalk Fri 9 February 2018
Well beaten on all six appearances for Kevin Prendergast in 2015 and 2016. Making her debut for a new yard following over 18 months off the track.
Fair efforts in two of her three starts in maiden company late last year. Cheekpieces and a tongue tie tried for the first time today.
Placed in a maiden at Gowran Park (good) in July 2016 but struggled since and more needed on her return to maiden company.
Unraced daughter of Camacho and a half-sister to Flat winner Backstreet Fighter. Probably best watched on her belated racecourse debut.
Finished third over an extended 1m on debut at Wolverhampton in November 2016. Keen prior to finishing tailed off upped in trip next time and wears a hood for the first time on debut for new yard.
Unraced daughter of Alfred Nobel and a half-sister to winner Bigwood. Interesting to see how she fares on today's racecourse debut.
Placed six times from 11 starts to date most recently when runner-up over an extended 1m2f here a month ago. Likely to prove hard to beat dropping back in trip today.
Well beaten in both outings so far including on debut for this stable last month. Others make more appeal today.
Beaten 7L when finishing sixth of eight on debut over this trip on her sole outing for Saeed bin Suroor. Half-sister to a useful performer in Top Surprize and he is an interesting runner on her first outing since joining this yard.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D K WeldJ: P J Smullen|
Nivvo (8/11), Wedding Photo (10/3), Long Wood (9/2), Cavelli (10/1), Coolbawn Magic (16/1), Nisior Donn (16/1), Bunnie Eyes (20/1), Cool No More (20/1), Emirates Flight (25/1), Spanish Dawn (33/1), Ava (100/1)
- Wedding Photo
- Emirates Flight
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