13:50 Fairyhouse Sun 8 July 2018
Hood already fitted for this filly by Dark Angel who cost 200,000gns as a two-year-old and closely related to 5f-6f winner Kassia. Yard four from 25 with their juveniles this season and market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Zoffany filly, cost 90,000gns as a yearling. Half-sister to a German Group performer. Not disgraced in four career starts but beaten favourite on three occasions and needs to be upping her game soon.
Filly by Xtension and is half-sister to winners Takapour, Takajan and Feel The Wrath. Well beaten in two career starts to date and opposable here.
Exchange Rate filly out of a US dam related to Graded winners. Stable had their first winner last week, but their juveniles have yet to trouble the judge as this filly by Exchange Rate rubber stamped at Naas recently.
Tamayuz filly half-sister to Greek 1m winner Menode. Dam half-sister to Derby and Arc winner Workforce. Yard in top form at the moment.
Zoffany filly, cost 65,000gns as a yearling. Half-sister to a middle distance winner and dam a French middle distance winner and half-sister to Listed placed miler. No threat on debut at Navan recently and others preferred.
Holy Roman Emperor filly is a half-sister to Frosty The Snowman, a winner over intermediate trips. Looks an improving sort based on two career starts to date and open to plenty of improvement.
Last Year's Winner
Vallambrosa (6/4), Coral Beach (15/8), Osmosis (4/1), Chocolate Music (10/1), So Familiar (25/1), Only The Brave (66/1), Nikeandnemesis (66/1)
- Coral Beach
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