17:25 Thurles Thu 21 February 2019
Daughter of Getaway out of a Poliglote mare. Shaped with promise on debut but needs to do more to be winning here.
€8,500 three-year-old. Small stable not noted for winners in this field and breeding suggests more time and distance will be needed. Debut effort backed that up and best watched for now.
By Milan out of a Rambo Dancer mare. Shaped with promise on debut and should be plenty more to come.
Yeats filly out of a Whitmore's Conn mare related to decent sorts Augusta Kate and Thomas Campbell. Shaped with promise on both starts so far and returns here after a short break with the tongue-tie added.
Cost €14,000 as a three-year-old. Pedigree suggests she is going to need further than this and probably fences in time. tongue-tied for debut and market best guide.
€7,500 as a three-year-old. Dam won a Bumper and over hurdles. Shaped with promise on debut and should have learnt plenty from that having travelled up well into the straight. Player.
Jeremy filly out of a Kings Best mare related to Our Conor, Jer's Girl and money-spinning winner Unison. Well held on all three starts so far and hood now added.
Filly by Arcadio out of a Blueprint mare. Beaten a long way on debut and can only be watched on the back of that.
Cost €10,000 as a yearling. Dam was a winner over 2m2f over hurdles and is a half-sister to smart hurdler What A Question. Market best guide on rules debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Denis HoganJ: Mr P W Mullins|
Dolly Dancer (15/8), Coromandel Lady (9/4), Lady Of Elysium (3/1), The Girl That Sang (10/1), Monsoon Miss (14/1), Lady V (18/1), Gotta Getaway (25/1), Canadian Honey (50/1), Purple Polly (100/1)
- Coromandel Lady
- Lady Of Elysium
- Dolly Dancer
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