17:50 Listowel Fri 14 September 2018
Daughter of Oscar out of a Shernazar mare. Half-sister to recent winner here on Wednesday, Quick Grabim. Expected to improve for her debut.
By Getaway out of an Oscar mare. Half-sister to multiple winners Getabird and Verdana Blue best watched on debut.
Daughter of Westerner out of a Marju mare. Half-sister to Champagne West, Cole Harden and recent Sedgefield runner-up Will O'The West.
Nothing to register in a couple of bumper starts since missing three years. First time hood unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
Half-sister to four winners on the Flat including the game Mr Coco Bean. First-time tongue-tie on racecourse debut.
Promising fourth of 13 beaten a little over 4L on debut in a Kilbeggan bumper earlier this month. Should make her presence felt.
Echo Of Light mare out of a Catcher In The Rye mare. Closely related to the likes of The Young Master and Neverushacon. Last of six on debut in a Fairyhouse bumper when last seen in January.
Daughter of Mataline out of a Marignan mare. Half-sister to Ucello Conti, Dynaste and recent Tramore winner Matin D'anjou. Worth a market check on debut.
By Oscar out of a Roselier mare. Sister to bumper winner Oscar Blue and half-sister to recent winner here on Wednesday, Quick Grabim. Yard in good form this week and market to be an informative guide.
Unraced daughter of Shantou out of a Bob Back mare. From leading yard with top trainer/jockey combination in these events. Likely to be a warm order.
Scorpion filly from yard that has had just one winner from 11 bumper runners this term. Market likely to be best guide on debut.
Daughter of Tajraasi out of a Bob Back mare. Related to Bob's Worth and Burton Port. 76L adrift of the winner on debut last month and easily opposed here.
Hails from a family full of winners and she is a full-sister to the useful Leave At Dawn. Solid starts at Cork and Tramore puts the filly in with a chance of hitting the frame.
Filly by Gold Well out of a Bin Ajawaad mare. Half-sister to solid chase winner Blazing Bailey. Promising fourth of 14 on debut at Ballinrobe last month. Chance with noted jockey booking.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Philip O'ConnorJ: K J Brouder|
Sassy Yet Classy (10/3), N'arrete Jamais (4/1), Late Again (4/1), Shanakey (4/1), Lill Smith (8/1), Earth Sister (12/1), Cotton End (12/1), Dazzle Express (22/1), Sabichi (25/1), Amber And Black (33/1), Morning Echo (33/1), Cottage Kitty (33/1), Foza (50/1), Inchidaly Breeze (100/1)
- Sassy Yet Classy
- Lill Smith
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