15:45 Naas Sun 20 May 2018
Daughter of Dandy Man out of an unraced half-sister to a couple of winners, chased home Offline (runs in previous race) on debut over 5f at Dundalk last month. Should be more to come upped in distance.
Dragon Pulse filly out of a Medicean mare, made most of the running for debut win over 6f on the AW at Dundalk this month. Second home has won since. Entitled to be in the mix if improving for that starting point.
Dawn Approach filly. Cost 80,000 gns as a yearling. Has a stamina packed pedigree, made fair start in C&D maiden this month (2½L fourth of ten), this requires a good step forward. Perhaps better things to come over further.
No Nay Never filly out of an Oratorio €50,000 yearling, chased home promising Andre Amar (runs in previous race) on debut over 5f at Dundalk recently, doing well having met trouble in the run. Up in trip, second Harrington runner and respected.
Daughter of Scat Daddy and a half-sister to Grade 3-placed Data Dependent, stepped up on debut effort when taking scalp of Sergei Prokofiev at Dundalk last month. That rival was most impressive next time and runs here in previous race. Must improve.
Scat Daddy filly, cost $400,000 as a yearling, she made a winning debut at Navan in a 5f yielding to soft maiden last month. Should progress for Ballydoyle yard in fine form, but will have to in all probability.
Requinto filly cost €76,000 as a foal, though changed hands for €46,000 as a yearling, last of 11 in 6f Curragh maiden last week on debut, facing a tougher examination now.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Alpha Centauri||2||9-0||8/11||Full Result|
|T: Mrs J HarringtonJ: C O'Donoghue|
So Perfect (4/9), Moravia (6/1), Skitter Scatter (8/1), Chicas Amigas (9/1), Servalan (10/1), Cedars Of Lebanon (20/1), Usra (66/1)
- So Perfect
- Chicas Amigas
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