14:25 Killarney Sun 15 July 2018
Fastnet Rock filly has been busy, with this a sixth outing since early June. Won over this trip at Limerick last month, went close all three starts since, latest over 7f on AW three days ago. In the mix again from same mark.
Much improved effort stepped up to this trip when scoring at Leopardstown (good to firm) three days ago. Narrow winner, 6lb penalty demands more but may have it.
Eight-race maiden and held when debuting for this yard over 7f at Listowel (good) last month. Again well fended off over a mile since at Tipperary.
Dandy Man filly remains a maidens after nine starts but has been shaping well enough lately and should be competitive from decreasing mark.
Improved when stepped up in distance to be close second at Gowran Park last month but took a backwards step since at same track, more needed.
Not much to shout about in three career starts on the AW at Dundalk last year before well held on return to the track in a 17-runner handicap at Cork last month. Form doesn't warrant supporting here.
By Canford Cliffs and related to Rock Of Gibraltar on her dam's side but two starts so far leave a bit to be desired. Off 261 days and watching brief seems safest option.
Placed twice on the AW and not beaten far when finishing fifth at Leopardstown (1m, good-to-firm) penultimate start. Made the frame once more in first-time cheekpieces (discarded) at Tipperary 10 days ago, blinkers on now.
Finished her race off well without troubling the winner when third of 16 in a Navan handicap over this trip last month. Worth a market check.
Seven-race maiden, yet to make the frame and looks an unlikely sort after two poor efforts at Fairyhouse and Leopardstown of late.
Last Year's Winner
Signing Off (7/2), Queen Rabab (4/1), Mojambo (5/1), Super Network (11/2), Just Sherry (7/1), Chaparral Dream (9/1), Miss Zizi (12/1), Golden Footsteps (16/1), Magical Link (20/1), Indian Eye (25/1), Bonnington Lass (33/1)
- Queen Rabab
- Signing Off
- Miss Zizi
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