20:20 Roscommon Tue 10 July 2018
Has failed to beat a rival home in two bumper starts this year. Accomplished amateur in the saddle with two wins from six rides since April.
Winner of a point-to-point on latest start but was well held in two previous bumper starts including a 60L defeat at Tipperary in May. Capable pilot, but opposable in first-time cheekpieces.
Plenty to like about her fourth of 14 beaten over 5L behind Cheltenham Champion bumper winner Relegate at Punchestown in January when last seen. Likely to be a warm order with adept rider in the plate.
Well beaten and no impression in four career bumper appearances since September. Difficult to see any light at the end of the tunnel here despite competent jockey.
Daughter of Yeats out of a Mark Of Esteem mare. Related to multiple winners the mare appeared to improve on her debut run when finishing third of 12 at Tramore last month. Each way claims under talented rider.
Mustameet mare, dam an Irish point-to-point winner. From family of smart staying jumpers Southern Vic and Pleasure Shared. Watching brief on debut under able pilot.
Kings Theatre mare who cost €18,000 as a three-year-old. Dam a French 2m2f Listed hurdle winner. Market likely to be the best guide on debut.
Daughter of Oscar, half-sister to multiple winners Oscar Whiskey and Big Zeb. From leading stable and likely to be popular in the market.
Filly by Stowaway who cost €70,000 as a three-year-old. Market likely to reveal expectation on debut for leading trainer/jockey combination in this domain.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W P MullinsJ: Ms K Walsh|
Iamastartoo (15/8), Supreme Trix (7/2), Light Of My Life (9/2), Dona Katharina (9/2), Krujers Girl (14/1), Mustmeetkate (20/1), Lilly Mon May (20/1), Paradise Theatre (25/1), Coasting Along (50/1), Dubai Ash (50/1)
- Supreme Trix
- Dona Katharina
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