18:40 Naas Mon 18 June 2018
Distance winner who is currently out of sorts and requires a chunk of improvement to land a blow in this company.
Winner of two starts as a three-year-old but form has been a little up and down since. Market possibly best guide to chances.
Has gone well in a number of listed events at two and more recently at Navan and York this term. Better than last run in a Curragh handicap and is capable of a bold bid.
Generally disappointing mare in handicap company since winning a Down Royal maiden in September 2016 and looks a little out of her depth here on seasonal debut.
In good form last year winning twice on good-to-firm ground over this trip and has shown plenty of promise in three starts this term but will need to eek out a little more here.
C&D winner on her second career start last May. Beaten in two handicaps this season at the Curragh and need to up her game to play a role here, but is in the right hands.
Winner over C&D here in May last year but has failed to get her head in front in five subsequent starts. Likable sort but more needed here.
Solid and persistent in a couple of starts on the AW at Dundalk and in further spins at Fairyhouse and the Curragh earlier this month. Liable to find a couple stronger in this company
Last Year's Winner
Dali (9/4), Son Of Rest (9/4), Brick By Brick (9/2), True Blue Moon (7/1), Snowstar (8/1), Mirza (11/1), Verhoyen (50/1), Accalia (50/1)
- Brick By Brick
- Son Of Rest
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