15:30 Limerick Sat 16 March 2019
Won twice last spring but still 7lb higher than last success despite a couple of poor efforts since the turn of the year. Probably needs a little more leeway fromt he handicapper.
Won twice at middle distances last spring on the Flat and scored again over 1m4f at Galway in September. Hasn't cut much ice over hurdles thus far but yard always to be feared at any level.
Knocking on the door nearly all starts this season over hurdles , including last time over fences. Back over timber now and sure to be in the thick of the action once again.
In and out of form so far in four starts over hurdles but ran fair races last time on first start returning since a break. Should be spot on now and races in first time tongue-tie.
Won over C&D 12 months ago in testing ground and encounters similar conditions once again. Patchy form since and is 11lb higher on this occasion.
Creeping up the handicap but not out of the first three in each of her last five starts and looks sure to give another good account of herself. Has been a beaten favourite on last four outings.
Just 1lb higher than second place over C&D on penultimate start but was a little below par when beaten 17 lengths in sixth place at Down Royal last time.
Shown very little both on Flat and over jumps and would be a surprise if this filly is able to land a blow on evidence to date.
25-race maiden and looks up against once again. Not disgraced when sixth of 12 at Clonmel last time but clearly finds winning very challenging.
Yet to even reach a place in 11 outings to date and more than likely to find this a tough assignmant despite getting weight from just about all of her rivals.
Last Year's Winner
She's Made It (2/1), Bluegrass Princess (4/1), Littlestickarubarb (9/2), Duchess Ravenwaves (9/2), Song Of The Sky (5/1), Princess Mahler (7/1), Misty Millie (8/1), Miss Echrad (12/1), Elm Grove (14/1), Askann (14/1), Sweet Cassie (20/1), Miss Mcilroy (25/1), Lucia's Bob (25/1)
- She's Made It
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