13:35 Naas Sun 19 May 2019
Red Jazz filly. Dam, of little account, half-sister to useful 1m-1m3f winner Ecopass. Unfancied and never got involved on last month's debut and likely best watched again.
Filly by Footstepsinthesand out of a Dylan Thomas mare. Half-sister to AW winner over 1m Astonished. Some promise when keeping on fifth over 7f at Cork last month. More required but place possibilities.
Filly by Roderic O'Connor out of a One Cool Cat mare. 66/1 and out the back before just moderate late progress over 6f here last month. Much more required and best watched.
Scat Daddy filly, cost $150,000 as a yearling and €200,000 at Breeze-ups. Nice progress in first three runs and second to subsequent Listed winner and Group 1 fourth Norway here in October. Disappointing on reappearance and needs to bounce back.
Daughter of US sire Hard Spun cost €30,000 in February, is a half-sister to a couple of US winners. Little to nothing to take out of this month's debut and remains easy to dismiss.
Dansili mare, out of a winning daughter of Sadler's Wells. Got better as the race went on over 7f at Leopardstown on sole start last year and looked likely to improve with distance and time. Rates a leading player.
Well bred half-sister to winners Calyx, Persian King and Nausha. Made a highly pleasing debut on sole start last year when showing a good attitude to finish second at Galway. Finished clear of the third and that form sets the standard.
Daughter of Mastercraftsmen; a 12th foal; half-sister to five winners. Not unfancied but ultimately disappointing on this month's debut when showing next to nothing. Could improve for leading stable but hard to make a case for.
Well-related War Front filly who was 3/1f on debut last month at Leopardstown with Ryan Moore on but didn't feature in the finish. Big improvement required but not unlikely for all powerful yard.
Filly by Kitten Joy out of a Harlan's Holiday mare. Has shown nothing in only beating one rival home when long odds in both starts this year. Hard to make any sort of case for.
€160,000 Camelot filly related to six winners including Recharge who was successful at Pattern level. Sent off 2/1 favourite on debut this month when not disgraced back in fourth. Presumably well thought of but some improvement needed.
Battle of Marengo filly out of a 1¼m winner, herself a half-sister to smart 1¼m winner Cloudscape. Well beaten on both starts last year and remains best watched on season reappearance.
Daughter of Rock Of Gibraltar was a cheap purchase as a juvenile at just 5,000 gns. Bred to be suited by this trip but looks a likely tough ask as the sole debutante. Best watched.
Last Year's Winner
Kiss For A Jewel (5/4), Magic Fountain (10/3), Kaftan (4/1), Nan Yehi (9/1), Bellakris (14/1), Annie Pender (16/1), Light Of Fire (50/1), Amareddy (66/1), Arctic Blaze (100/1), Nanafullam (100/1), Celtic Red (100/1), Muirisc (100/1), Shabra's Rock (100/1)
- Kiss For A Jewel
- Magic Fountain
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