16:55 Curragh Fri 24 May 2019
Zoffany filly out of a Giant's Causeway mare. Dam 5f two-year-old winner, half-sister to 1m4f Group 1 winner Bracelet. Possibly best watched on debut from a yard struggling with their juveniles of late.
By Zoffany out of a Selkirk mare. Half-sister to winners Polybius, No Lippy and Dream Free. Dam French Group 2 winner. Likely to be better over further in time.
Filly by Lope De Vega out of an Authorized mare. Sister to US 6f/1m dirt winner Member State. Dam a winner over 6f on the AW. Yards debutantes often need their first run.
By Bold And Flashy out of a Montjeu mare. Dam 7f - 1m4f winner, including an Irish Oaks. Sister to 7f two-year-old Group 2 winner Wading. One of three in the race for leading connections.
Filly by Pivitol out of an Invincible Spirit mare. Cost €90,000 as a yearling. Dam winner over 5f and half-sister to 6f two-year-old Group 3 winner Distinctive. Yards debutantes often in need of the run.
By No Nay Never out of a Duke Of Marmalade mare. Cost €360,000 as a yearling. Dam placed 1m3f on the fibresand, closely related to 1m Listed winner Boastful. Every chance of a bold show on debut.
Competitive Edge filly out of a Thewayyouare mare. Cost €32,000 as a yearling. Dam Group-placed in US, winner in France. Can't be ruled out, particularly if subject of market support.
Filly by Gleneagles out of a Grand Lodge mare. Cost 500,000gns as a yearling. Closely related to Group 2 winner Sword Fighter and half-sister to three winners including Listed victor, Big Audio. One of three in the race for leading connections.
Filly by Kingman out of a Cadeaux Genereux mare. Cost €70,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to winners Samminder, Queens Pearl and Platinum Pearl. Likely to improve for debut experience.
By Sea The Dawn out of a Pivotal mare. Inexpensive €3,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to winners Newmarket Warrior and Battle Pride. Likely to be better with a couple of runs under her belt.
Elzaam filly out of a Spectrum mare. €42,000 as a foal, falling to €28,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to winners Electric Waves and Appealing. Yard had a two-year-old winner here earlier this month.
Filly by Exceed And Excel out of a Halling mare. Newcomers for this yard capable of hitting the frame but may find a few better placed for debut run.
200,000 gns yearling, No Nay Never filly. Half-sister to 1m winner Pretty And Sweet and 1m4f winner Nessun Dorma. One of three in the race for leading connections.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Just Wonderful||2||9-0||9/2||Full Result|
|T: A P O'BrienJ: R L Moore|
Tango (9/4), Precious Moments (10/3), Sunday Sweet (11/2), Love Bracelet (8/1), Albigna (10/1), Royal Affair (12/1), Point Reyes (16/1), No Nay Always (20/1), A New Dawn (22/1), Switzer (25/1), Mienvee Flyer (33/1), Sea The Dawn (40/1), Joupe (100/1)
- Precious Moments
- Love Bracelet
- No Nay Always
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