16:05 Killarney Sun 15 July 2018
Fair efforts in novice events at Lingfield and Newcastle. Should be capable of winning races. Up in trip on first start for this trainer, may find some of these rivals too strong and should fare better in handicaps.
Sire, Jeremy, from family of Deep Impact; dual purpose; sire of top-class hurdler Our Conor. Filly failed to beat a rival home in two starts last year, back from 312-day absence, watching brief unless market vibes are significant.
Seemingly improved from two to three and unlucky not to have got her head in front in three starts this campaign. Fine second of six in handicap at the Curragh (1m2f, good to firm) 16 days ago, just about sets the standard back amongst maidens.
Kodiac filly. Closely related to 6f winner La Stessa and half-sister to three winners, wears hood on debut. Needs a check in the betting.
Nathaniel filly is a half-sister to smart winner up to 7½f Make It Up and 1m1f winner Girl of The Hour. Entitled to be decent and positive jockey booking on debut.
High Chaparral filly, cost €25,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to four winners including a Group 1 winner, needs to improve on form of two runs so far.
Runner-up behind Kalaxana at Gowran Park on third start, the winner has scored twice since in as many outings, including at Listed level. Up in trip here and expected to be right in the mix.
Street Cry filly cost $100,000 as a foal. Dam was a US 1m winner, half-sister to minor Canadian 6f stakes winner Town Prize. Worth a market check on first start.
Disappointed in a series of below-par performances in her career, including a trio of defeats this term. Passed up great chance at Roscommon (1m2f, good to firm) in maiden recently when odds-on (second). Cheekpieces added here.
Filly by Dansili out of a Dalakhani mare related to Group performers Flintshire and The Fugue. Seventh of 14 in maiden at Gowran (1m1½f, good) on debut three weeks ago, beaten 17L.
Elusive Pimpernel filly, doesn't jump of the page on pedigree and finished eighth of 16 in maiden at Gowran (1m1½, good) on debut having gone off a 66/1 poke.
Last Year's Winner
Active Approach (5/4), Echo Park (5/2), Queen Iseult (3/1), Cascabel (14/1), Shringara (25/1), Dharma Rain (25/1), Sketching (33/1), Ms Draconic Aryz (40/1), Balletto (40/1), Spice Blossom (66/1), Winona Coppers (100/1)
- Echo Park
- Active Approach
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