19:20 Roscommon Mon 9 July 2018
Plenty of promise in two career starts to date the latest of which was a fourth of 13 beaten 3½L in a Limerick maiden on good to firm over 1m3½f last month. Worth noting in the betting.
Filly by Tamayuz out of a Giant's Causeway mare. Cost €11,000 as a yearlng. Half-sister to winners Earth Drummer and Flyboy. Yard not renowned for their juveniles.
Well held on both career starts last year finishing down the field on both occasions. In the right hands to have trained on from two to three and worth a market check.
Big Bad Bob filly half-sister to Hungarian 1m winner Ominia Gold and granddaughter of 1m6f Listed winner On Call. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Not much to shout about in to career starts to date including a 17L defeat in a Tipperary maiden on good to firm last month. Hard to fancy in this company.
Filly by Red Jazz out of a Peintre Celebre mare. Half-sister to Group 1 winner Dabirsim and recent 6f Newbury winner Dizzy G. Expected to improve from this debut run.
Will have disappointed leading connections in a series of below-par performances in her career including a couple of defeats this term. Appears to have been found an ideal opportunity here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J S BolgerJ: K J Manning|
Queen Iseult (8/11), Bongiorno (9/4), Hypnotic Force (6/1), Dubai Rainbow (25/1), Leavethekeysinher (33/1), Napoleons Drummer (66/1), Louve Island (100/1)
- Queen Iseult
- Hypnotic Force
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