17:40 Fairyhouse Fri 15 June 2018
Filly by Acclamation out of a Royal Academy mare related to high-class winners Hitchens, Marsha, Equiano and recent Yarmouth winner Wild Acclaim. Market likely to reveal expectations.
Zoffany filly, cost 90,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to a German Group performer. Not disgraced in three starts but beaten favourite on two occasions and needs to be upping her game soon.
Kodiac filly, cost £22,000 as a yearling. Sister to a winner and half-sister to a juvenile winner. Dam a half-sister to a Group 3 winner. Expected to improve on second-rate debut at Navan recently.
Battle Of Marengo filly, cost €1,000 as a foal, out of a Oratorio mare. Well beaten and never nearer in two starts to date and plenty to prove at present.
Filly by Finsceal Fior out of a Dylan Thomas mare related to victor on the AW at Dundalk High Street Lady, Caspian Prince and Sha Tin Group 1 winner Blazing Speed. Market likely to be best guide on debut.
Rajj filly out of a Darshaan mare. Yard have had a slow start with their juveniles but back among the winners recently. Worth a market check.
Xtension filly out of a Darshaan mare related to the likes of Dalakhani, Mutamam and recent Carlisle third Xtara. Best watched on debut.
Sepoy filly, cost €40,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to two winning sprinters. Dam a juvenile winner over 7½f and half-sister to a Group 3 winner. Expected to improve on pleasing Curragh debut last month.
Filly by Dandy Man out of a Big Bad Bob mare related to tough types Peniaphobia, Scarborough and recent Pontefract winner Comedy. Stable a little quiet of late.
Last of 11 in 6f Curragh maiden on debut and failed to beat a rival home again at Naas but improved when dropped to 5f finishing third of eight at Navan earlier this month. Hard to fancy stepping back up to 6f.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J S BolgerJ: K J Manning|
Coral Beach (7/4), My Laureate (5/2), Sparkle'n'joy (5/2), Usra (11/1), Nikeandnemesis (16/1), Cava (20/1), Dancing Mountain (33/1), Tosen Aisling (50/1), Lady Alessandria (66/1), Me Well (66/1)
- Coral Beach
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