15:20 Leopardstown Sat 15 September 2018
Improved from a promising debut to win in convincing fashion at Dundalk next time and the runner-up and fourth have both won since. Worth a crack at this level.
Got her head in front at the third time of asking when a wide margin winner in a 14 runner contest at Dundalk last month. That form doesn't look anything special but rates as the type to carry on improving.
Improved from debut to win a 15 runner Curragh maiden but couldn't land any sort of blow up in Group company last time. Well related and likely capable of better down in class.
Still a maiden after eight starts but hard to envisage her making a mark at this level having been well beaten in a handicap last time out off a mark of 79.
Improving with each start and got her head in front on her third career outing at the Curragh last time in convincing fashion. Form of that race nothing special but seemingly plenty more to come here.
Narrowly prevailed at Nottingham in May and form of that race would appear to be average at best. Opposable despite the trainer's decent record with the horses he brings to Ireland.
Lethal Force filly, cost €8,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to five winners. Dam a half-sister to a 1m2f winner. Very tough ask on debut here.
Impressive when winning in comfortable fashion at Killarney on debut but couldn't justify the step up in class at the Curragh next time out in Group 2 company. Probably worth forgiving that run and may do better here.
Vocalised filly, sister to winner over similar trip. Dam a half-sister to three winners around this trip. Well beaten on debut at the Curragh and hard to fancy after that effort.
Won a maiden here over 6f on debut but didn't make any sort of impression when stepped up to Group 3 company at the Curragh last time. Entered in the Cheveley Park and booking of Murphy is eye-catching. Not ruled out.
Improving slowly with each start and ran okay in a Curragh maiden at the end of last month when fourth of 20 but she has plenty more on her plate here and despite her attractive pedigree, others make more appeal.
Only narrowly denied on debut at Fairyhouse and while she's capable of plenty of improvement upped in trip here, she's the second string on jockey bookings.
Off the mark at the third attempt when winning a maiden at Naas but faded late to finish fourth of six at Leopardstown next time out in Group 3 class. Didn't get things all her own way that day and may be capable of better here.
Improved from debut to produce a trio of placed efforts and shaped like she would appreciate a step back up in trip here having run well over C&D two starts back. Needs to improve.
Took a big step forward from her debut to win a maiden at the Curragh in comfortable fashion next time. That looked a strong event and she may be able to make her presence felt up in class here. Yard's first-string.
Maiden winner at Fairyhouse but she's failed to make her presence felt in three subsequent starts at pattern level. Has a tendency to break slowly and others preferred here.
Last Year's Winner
Foxtrot Liv (5/2), Trethias (5/1), Burmese Waltz (6/1), Iridessa (13/2), My Laureate (11/1), Sparkle'n'joy (12/1), Gospel (12/1), Chocolate Music (16/1), Coral Beach (20/1), Mia Mento (20/1), Black Magic Woman (25/1), Vallambrosa (25/1), Mona Lisa's Smile (33/1), Madam Seamstress (33/1), Tosen Shauna (66/1), Harriet's Force (100/1)
- Foxtrot Liv
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