18:00 Dundalk Fri 12 October 2018
Elzaam half-sister to 6f-1m winner Coreczka. Well held on disappointing debut when 13th of 14 here over C&D last month and little expected here.
Filly by Zebedee out of an Arch mare. Half-sister to multiple winners including Rocket Ronnie, Spring Loaded and Magical Memory. Slowly away on a slightly encouraging debut here over C&D last month. More needed.
Well beaten when finishing 19th of 23 in a 7f maiden at the Curragh on debut before a similar story at Gowran Park last month. Others preferred.
Vocalised filly out of a Teofilo mare. Hood already applied for debut run here and possibly best watched on first run.
Filly by Born To Sea out of a Lear Fan mare. Half-sister to plenty of winners including Pando and Torcello. Yard two from 10 with two-years-olds here this term.
Trailed home last of 14 when making her debut at Leopardstown in May before a disastrous run at Naas last month finishing 17th of 19 over 1m.
Camacho filly out of a Dr Fong mare. €12,000 as a yearling and is a half- sister to recent Windsor winner over 6f, Stay Classy. Promising run on debut here over C&D but needs to better that in this contest.
Filly by Dandy Man out of Chester House mare. April foal in half-sister to recent Nottingham winner, She Can Boogie. Worth a market check.
€34,000 yearling by Morpheus out of a Great Commotion mare. Yard, two from 23 since 2014 with their AW juveniles. Beaten a little over 5L on debut here over 6f last month. Capable of improvement.
Born To Sea filly out of a Zafonic mare. Half-sister to winners Uber Cool and Torcello. Promising debut when second of 15 in a Listowel maiden last month. Market likely to be the best guide on second start.
Es Que Love filly out of a dam who was a middle-distance winner and who has produced two winners from 1m-1m4f. Fifth of six on debut in a Naas maiden and others preferred here.
Placed on four career starts before being upped to Listed level at Tipperary in August. Beaten since but likely to improve and worth considering in this company.
Filly by Sir Prancealot out of a Danetime mare. March foal who cost a lowly €2,000 as a yearling and appears up against it here following lacklustre debut at Naas earlier this month.
Filly by So You Think out of a Raven's Pass mare. March foal is half-sister to recent Sandown winner Knight Errant. Yard very quiet with AW juveniles this term.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Joseph P O'BrienJ: D O'Brien|
Syrena (5/2), Belle Cora (7/2), Lavender (5/1), Cnoc An Oir (6/1), Instantaneous (10/1), Lady Greta (10/1), Triple Nickle (12/1), Annabelle Rock (14/1), Cosmic Jazz (16/1), Lottieloveheart (22/1), Keepthebestsideout (25/1), Casting Call (25/1), Giselles Mento (33/1), Aneczka (50/1), Three Angels (66/1), Choralised (66/1), Film Noir (100/1)
- Belle Cora
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