17:40 Naas Mon 18 June 2018
Filly by Showcasing out of a Sakhee's Secret mare related to multiple winners, the Dean Ivory-trained Tangramm and Sylvester Kirk's See And Be Seen. Will possibly need the experience on racecourse debut.
Cheap purchase. Dam only raced twice and was average. Hints of ability on debut at Naas but was firmly out-pointed in a Fairyhouse maiden last month. Plenty to prove at present.
Filly by Elzaam out of a Mujadil mare related to sturdy types Clem Fandango and Mjjack. Likely to come on for her debut in this contest.
Invincible Spirit filly, cost 1,600,000 gns as a yearling. Sister to Group 3 winning sprinter and half-sister six winners including Irish 1,000 Guineas winner. Moderate displays in two starts to date but should be too strong in this company.
Camacho filly cost €1,300 as a foal and €6,000 as a yearling, made a fair start last month at Naas in April and showed promise in a competitive Curragh maiden last month. Worth noting in the betting.
Filly by Tamayuz out of an Intikhab mare related to the solid and consistent Dean Ivory-trained gelding Soaring Spirits. Could be of interest on debut.
Invincible Spirit filly. Sister to useful 6f winner Promising. Two solid runs at the Curragh last month and deserves a change of luck here.
Camacho filly out of a King's Theatre mare related to solid types Arctic Feeling and Humidor but overall looks a long-term prospect.
Last Year's Winner
Lethal Promise (4/11), Fantasy (6/1), Inflorescence (8/1), Cruella Dovil (14/1), Anyonecanbeastar (14/1), Ascot Dreamer (14/1), Isle Of Shadows (20/1), Third Of March (25/1), Emily Grace (33/1)
- Lethal Promise
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