18:10 Fairyhouse Fri 14 June 2019
Seven-race maiden who has suffered defeat in a couple of career starts on turf. Running with credit on a number of starts this term and holds possible place claims here.
The win at the Galway festival in August in a 7f handicap is the Camacho geldings only win in eight starts. Possibly needed the run on return to action last month over 1m2½f and worth a market check here.
Six-race maiden who has been well held in a number of starts on Turf, more recently suffering a 7¼L at Down Royal. Too early to totally dismiss on second handicap start.
Six-race maiden on turf, running well in defeat in a couple of starts at Listowel and Leopardstown earlier in the month. Positives outweigh the negatives in this contest and the daughter of Fast Company can be a leading player here.
Looked to be going the right way at Dundalk in March but below that form since in a couple of starts at Leopardstown and back on the AW when last seen in April. Plenty to prove in this contest.
Not been firing for a while, but slightly better signs when fourth of 12 to Highland Dress in maiden at Cork before finishing second of 24 beaten ¾L over the extended 6f at the Curragh earlier this month. Worthy of a market check.
Looked a doubtful stayer over 1m, 1m1f and 1m2f so perhaps little surprise he ran a little better latest in a 6f Sligo handicap before running below-par once again when upped in trip at Fairyhouse last month. Requires a check in the market.
Has run with credit in four starts without success on turf including finishing sixth of 22 earlier this month at Navan. Liable to find a couple stronger.
Produced a dismal performance when upped to 1m at Killarney last month. Could be of interest in the market returning to this trip.
Seven-race maiden including six defeats coming on turf. Gale Force Ten filly hasn't shown enough to be of interest here stepping up in trip.
Struggling in four career starts so far and tough to see where improvement is coming from to play a major part in this contest.
Has rendered a couple of satisfactory performances of late at Leopardstown and in a Sligo 6f handicap last month when finishing second of 13 beaten 1L. Recent efforts have come with significant amounts of promise and one of the more likely types.
Failed to build on a promising handicap debut effort in April when finishing down the field at Navan earlier this month when beaten over 14L over 5½L.
Off the mark at Fairyhouse at the end of last month winning over 7f on good to firm ground and should be a leading contender despite her 9lb penalty.
Well held on all five career starts to date including in a couple of handicap starts at Sligo and earlier this month at Navan. Still looking no nearer to breakthrough success.
Well held on four career starts to date including on seasonal debut in a Naas 6f maiden before finishing last of 13 on handicap debut at Gowran Park when last seen in April. Looks vulnerable in this company.
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Miacomet (5/1), Kodiqueen (5/1), Guiding (5/1), Jungle Jungle (8/1), Feather Step (8/1), Bionic Tonic (10/1), Queen Guanhumara (10/1), Wild Bob Cat (11/1), Vivacious Spirit (12/1), Hummingbird (12/1), She's My Dream (16/1), Red Bloodedcruiser (16/1), Fanny Blankers (16/1), Trueba (16/1), Rinty Maginty (20/1), Boughtinthedark (20/1), Three Angels (25/1), Shamalov (25/1), Knockgraffon Lass (25/1), Speirling Ophelia (33/1), Storm Blitz (33/1)
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