15:00 Curragh Sun 12 August 2018
Very cheaply bought as a yearling, but was able to defy inexperience and an early bump when winning at Gowran Park on recent racecourse bow. Should do better again, and one to consider.
By Charm Spirit out of Yorkshire Oaks winner Quiff, and made an impressive start when beating Coral Beach at Fairyhouse (6f) last month. Longer trip sure to suit, and merits plenty of respect despite a penalty.
Just an ordinary pedigree, but she caught the eye when a staying-on third to Decrypt over 6f here in June, and looks sure to win races based on the impression she left there. Big chance if staying this longer trip.
Aussie Rules half-sister to middle distance performers Barye and Herrbiga. Not disgraced when seventh of 11 behind Dragon Roll on debut at Gowran Park, but plenty more required now.
Homebred sister to a 2-y-o winner over further, and hails from a powerful yard, but has no fancy entries and others preferred unless she is the subject of support.
Zebedee half-sister to several winners at a modest level, and picked up quite cheaply at the sales. Likely to need experience on debut, and others more compelling.
Superb pedigree, being a sister to recent Irish Derby winner Latrobe, and cost €380,000 as a yearling, so clearly looks the part. Market will guide on debut for champion trainer.
Last Year's Winner
|T: E LynamJ: W M Lordan|
Lady Kaya (13/8), Fulminate (9/4), Pink Dogwood (4/1), Dragon Roll (7/1), Madam Seamstress (16/1), Social Graces (25/1), Mary Salome (50/1)
- Pink Dogwood
- Lady Kaya
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