21:00 Killarney Mon 16 July 2018
Beat future bumper and maiden hurdle winner Youghal By The Sea on debut in a Ballinrobe bumper last year. Finished fifth of 11 in a Listed mares bumper later, but should hold all the keys here for leading trainer/jockey combination.
Got off the mark at the fifth time of asking in a Gowran Park bumper on her debut for new connections last month. Has the form to make a bold bid here.
The promise shown on debut in May was realised when the mare landed a Clonmel bumper in good style finishing 7½L ahead of 16 rivals last month. Looks a progressive type and shortlisted here.
Failed to build on a promising debut at Tipperary in May when weakening before the final furlong eventually beaten 19L at Clonmel last month behind Beautiful Citi. Tough ask.
Daughter of Kayf Tara out of a Green Tune mare. Cost €40,000 as a three-yer-old and market likely to be the best guide on debut for one of the leading trainer/jockey bumper combinations.
Decent form in a number of point-to-point starts since October have not being franked by a couple of below-par bumper starts recently. Hard to fancy on latest evidence.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Peter FaheyJ: Ms K Walsh|
Beautiful Citi (6/4), Diamond Hill (6/4), Tina Marie (6/1), Kiss Me Kayf (12/1), Kingston Girl (14/1), Shelcomeonfordrun (25/1)
- Diamond Hill
- Beautiful Citi
- Tina Marie
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