15:30 Fairyhouse Sun 8 July 2018
British raider who was last seen finishing last of 11 beaten 33L at Royal Ascot. Best form has come over this trip at Lingield on good to firm when second of seven in a Group 2 contest. Not easily discounted.
Ran well in a Group 3 at Naas in May following a win in a handicap at Leopardstown. Disappointing latest but will appreciate the drop back in trip here.
Won a Group 3 at Naas in May and there was plenty to like about her 5L defeat by dual Group 1 winner Alpha Centuri later in the month. Enters calculations.
Second of 13 finishing 1¾L behind Alpah Centauri in the Group 1 Irish 1,000gns in May. Another bold show looks likely.
Solid and consistent in a number of game efforts since May but needs to step up on those runs to play a role here.
Modest 101-rated handicapper who won a Curragh 1m contest in May. Can go well but may find one or two quicker in this contest.
Maiden winner at the Curragh a couple of starts back but she's failed to justify favouritism in two handicaps since and was well held at Royal Ascot last month. Others look more convincing.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R VarianJ: C T Keane|
Could It Be Love (5/6), Lightening Quick (10/3), Hence (7/1), Lincoln Rocks (8/1), Xenobia (12/1), Wisdom Mind (20/1), Damselfly (50/1)
- Could It Be Love
- Lightening Quick
- Lincoln Rocks
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