15:50 Punchestown Mon 14 January 2019
Daughter of Definite Article out of a King's Ride mare. Yard not renowned for their bumper winners and best watched on debut.
By Doyen out of a Bob Back mare. Half sister to useful 3m chase winner Big Meadow. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Daughter of Arcadio out of a Flemensfirth mare. Not seen since finishing fourth of 15 in a 2017 point-to-point contest. Likely to be popular in the market on debut for leading yard.
September Storm filly. Half-sister to bumper winner/fair chaser Blue Empyrean. Tailed off when pulled up four out on debut in a Navan maiden hurdle and easily passed over here.
By Milan out of a Rambo Dancer mare. Yard are three from 21 with their bumper runners this term and market likely to be the best guide.
Presenting filly out of a Oscar Schindler mare. One pace eighth of 15 beaten 37L on debut at Fairyhouse last month. Hard to place any faith in.
Daughter of Flemensfirth out of a Good Thyne mare. Dam unraced half sister to Champion hurdlers Morley Street and Granville Again. Appears to be an exciting prospect.
By Oscar out of a Portrait Gallery mare. Commands plenty of respect on debut with notable jockey booking.
Daughter of Walk In The Park, just edged out in second point-to-point run in March before disappointing on hurdling debut last month. More expected in this company.
Presenting mare, running well in defeat in a number of bumper starts since May. Liable to find a couple stronger once again.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W P MullinsJ: Mr P W Mullins|
Fasola Tido (11/10), Little Light (3/1), The Caddy Rose (11/2), Lunch In Adare (10/1), Coromandel Lady (14/1), Mystical Mover (16/1), Knockanora Lady (20/1), Embracincurvacious (33/1), Ben's Girl (33/1), Artizarra (100/1)
- Fasola Tido
- The Caddy Rose
- Little Light
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