14:25 Gowran Park Mon 15 October 2018
Lawman filly out of a Bachelor Duke mare. Yard seven from 57 - 12% strike rate - with turf youngsters this term. Market to be informative.
Filly by Most Improved out of a Xaar mare. Half-sister to French winner Tremont. Well held on debut and gives the impression she may need more time.
Filly by Roderic O'Connor out of an Indian Ridge mare. Seventh of 10 beaten 23L on debut but is not totally dismissed on second start.
30,000gns vendor two-year-old by War Command out of a dam placed over 5f and 6f herself from a speedy family. Improved on debut run when sixth of 19 beaten a little over 8L in a Naas maiden last month. More needed here.
Home-bred Vocalised filly out of a Dylan Thomas mare. Trainer holds a 20% strike rate - three from 15 - and a 40% win and place strike rate with juveniles at the track in October since 2015. Market possibly best guide on debut.
Filly by Born To Sea out of a Dynaformer mare. Could go well if breaking better than she did on debut in a 1m Galway maiden when eventually finishing fourth of 15.
Filly by Arcano out of a Sakhee mare. Legendary trainer four from 26 with his two-year-olds since the turn of the year.
€4,000 daughter of Elusive Pimpernel out of a dam who won over 1m2f. Nothing to shout about in four drab efforts to date and easily dismissed here.
Filly by Bungle Inthejungle out of a Clodovil mare. Sire going well in his first year producing Group 3 Molecomb and Brian Yeardley Two-Year-Old winners. Market check.
Bungle Inthejungle filly that's shown some ability all starts at the Curragh and here in August but not enough to think she can challenge for top honours here.
10th of 15 in an ordinary looking Listowel maiden last month before slight promise when fifth of 16 beaten over 16L at Tipperary earlier this month.
Holy Roman Emperor filly out of a Trade Fair mare. Yard 11 from 107 with their two-year-olds this term, netting the team €240,000 in prize money.
Sir Percy filly out of a Zamindar mare. Cost 32,000gns as a foal. No impression in third entering the straight when finishing fourth of 10 beaten 8L at Galway last month. Opposable on evidence to hand.
Daughter of Dawn Approach out of a Dalakhani mare. Trainer holds an 80% win and place strike rate with juveniles at the track in October since 2015 and worth a market check for influential connections.
Improved on his third start last month at Galway over 7f in a heavy ground maiden when sent off a 50/1. Remains to be seen whether the run was a one off.
First Reserve: War Command half-sister to quirky two-year-old, 7f winner Gift Wrap out of a juvenile 6f winner. Well held on debut and unlikely to improve here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J S BolgerJ: K J Manning|
Majority Share (3/1), Taliyna (7/2), Rainbow Moonstone (6/1), Ulookinatmeboy (7/1), In My Business (9/1), Sunblessed (10/1), Lafayette Hill (12/1), Leagan Gaeilge (14/1), Miss Oriental (16/1), Peace Command (25/1), Pretty Fantasy (25/1), Porterinthejungle (33/1), Faerie Laws (33/1), Don'tbesillysally (33/1), Guiding (66/1), One For Della (66/1), Miss Wow (100/1), Kitchen Duty (N/A), Lady Of Luxury (N/A)
- Rainbow Moonstone
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