18:15 Galway Tue 18 September 2018
By Salutino out of dam who won over 2m over hurdles. Well down the field in a couple of career starts to date and others preferred.
Cheap yearling purchase by Foxwedge out of a Selkirk mare. Related to Group 1 Dubai Duty Free winner Cityscape. Watching brief on debut.
Dragon Pulse filly out of a dam who failed to make the frame in maidens. Improved on debut run when running Beechwood Ellis to 3L at Ayr last month but more needed here.
War Command filly is closely related to a 1m AW winner out of an unplaced dam over 6f and 7f. Likely to improve on debut run at the Curragh last month and shortlisted here.
Filly by Roderic O'Connor out of an Indian Ridge mare. Closely related to recent Windsor winner Sir Roderic. Likely to improve for debut.
Zoffany filly, cost €155,000 as a yearling. Dam a juvenile winner over this trip and half-sister to three Group winners. As with all yards juveniles likely to improve for debut run at Leopardstown recently.
Sir Percy filly out of a Zamindar mare. Cost 32,000gns as a foal. Plenty to like about her tow career starts to date. Likable type who should be in the mix.
Placed on four career starts before being upped to Listed level at Tipperary last month. Will be dangerous dropping back down in class and clearly well thought of.
Never a factor on two career starts to date. Unlikely to find the necessary progress from those efforts to be involved here.
€17,000 as a yearling by Morpheus out of a Dubai Destination mare. Expected to improve for debut run at Roscommon last month. Market likely to reveal expectations.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Coeur D'Amour||2||9-0||7/2||Full Result|
|T: Madeleine TylickiJ: C T Keane|
Never Shy Away (5/2), Syrena (11/4), Elleanthus (5/1), Sunblessed (5/1), In My Business (8/1), Belle Cora (10/1), Virgos Moth (12/1), Clonard Abbey (16/1), Cafe Sydney (20/1), Sheamer Princess (25/1), Ulookinatmeboy (50/1), Balrath Picollo (66/1)
- Never Shy Away
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