18:10 Killarney Tue 15 May 2018
Vocalised filly improving with her racing, landed a Gowran Park maiden (1m1½f, soft to heavy) six days ago with any amount in hand and looks a solid contender to follow up dropped slightly in trip.
Finsceal Fior filly out of a North Light mare, opened her account on second start at Dundalk (1m2½f, AW) in March. Makes turf debut down in trip and should have a say in the finish.
Casamento filly opened her account third time out when landing a five-runner Leopardstown maiden (7f, heavy) last month. Up in trip here, chance to improve once again.
Ended last season with second in Naas maiden (1m, soft) and twice finished third on the AW at Dundalk this spring. Needs to take a step forward or likely settling for something similar at best today.
Half-sister to a winner on the continent and useful winning hurdler Jenkins, nothing in two runs so far to suggest she's going to prove up to mounting a challenge in this field.
Elusive Pimpernel filly is a half-sister to useful two-year-old 6f/7f winner Bible Black and 6f winner Bairns At Bay. Represents Lyons/Keane axis and needs a second look in the betting for this debut run.
Bated Breath filly, closely related to useful 1m winner Sir Danilo. Will need to be stripping ready for this and market should reveal extent of expectations.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W McCreeryJ: W J Lee|
Aiseolas (6/4), House Call (9/4), High Street Lady (5/1), Raintree (7/1), Espere (8/1), Every Breath (25/1), Survival Mode (150/1)
- High Street Lady
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