15:15 Listowel Thu 13 September 2018
Filly by Approve out of a Cadeaux Genereux mare. Last of 14 beaten over 48L on debut at Dundalk on the AW when last seen in December 2016.
Bated Breath filly, half-sister to a Group 2 winner amongst some other useful sorts and dam was a 1,000 Guineas winner. Promising efforts on both starts to date and should be capable of winning one of these.
Fair sixth when making her debut in a 1m maiden at Leopardstown (good-to-firm) in June. Similar effort at Tipperary next time over 1m1f. Drop back in trip good move and sound claims of improving.
Aussie Rules filly who was a very cheap purchase at just €800. Dam was a winner in France. Likely to need the experience and market will be a good guide.
Improving slowly with each start and ran well at Ayr (7f, good) last time when finishing second. Vulnerable to improvers but should be in the mix.
Midshipman filly. Second foal that is a half-sister to US dirt winner Let Me Sleep On It. Dam also won in the US on turf & dirt. Market good guide to expectations on debut.
Sold for 20,000 gns as a yearling, though only fetched 8,000 gns as a two-year-old, Dawn Approach filly. Shaped with promise on debut at Killarney. Tongue-tie added here and capable of improving.
Has been slowly out the stalls on both starts so far and never really involved. Similar story on the cards here and should do better once tackling handicaps.
Was having her first start for almost a year when well held in a claimer at Ballinrobe last month. Tongue-tie and cheekpieces go on and drops in trip. Much more needed.
Showed plenty of promise on her first three starts but bombed out when sent off favourite at Ballinrobe over 1m2f last time. Drop back in trip looks a good move and needs to bounce back to earlier form.
Declaration Of War filly out of a Pivotal mare. Two starts last year and a couple of fair efforts. Returns from almost a year off the track but should be capable of progress if fit and ready to go.
Famous Name filly cost €24,000 as a yearling and is a half-sister to fair winner Character Onesie. Slowly away and always in rear on debut. Should improve but hard to fancy on that evidence.
Galileo filly and full-sister to dual 1,000 Guineas winner Winter. Not seen since running well in the Albany at Royal Ascot last year. Lengthy absence to overcome but that is the best piece of form on offer here and interesting.
Three starts so far, big prices and well beaten each time. Needs to do much more before becoming of interest.
Fastnet Rock filly who has been well beaten on two starts so far. Ground is a unknown quantity and probably best watched for now.
First Reserve: 200,000gns Dark Angel filly out of a winning sister to G1 winner Aqlaam. Well held on debut and has been off the track for a year since. More needed.
Last Year's Winner
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Ancestral (5/2), Snowflakes (5/2), Quinns Red Rose (7/2), Rue D'Antibes (8/1), Maajmeh Dawn (10/1), Bright Eyed (12/1), Russian Campaign (12/1), Centrifolia (20/1), Seekamist (25/1), Duquesa Beach (33/1), Vintage Teardrop (33/1), Lady Maritime (33/1), On Fleek (100/1), Malenka Suka (100/1), Sweet Cassie (100/1), Caronda (100/1), Cosmic Cupid (100/1)
- Maajmeh Dawn
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