17:05 Downpatrick Sun 16 June 2019
Daughter of Arcadio out of an Oscar mare. Cost €5,000 as a three-year-old. Sister to the useful 2m - 2m4f hurdle winner I'm A Game Changer. Beaten 38L, soon weakened on debut at Ballinrobe last month.
Winged Love mare. Dam unraced. Ran well in defeat on debut in a Tipperary maiden hurdle last month and likely to appreciate bumper introduction for respected connections.
Daughter of Yeats. Yet to get within 20L of the winner in a couple of bumpers starts to date since making her debut in January. Others preferred.
Watar mare who has failed to complete in two of her three point-to-point starts. Unlikely to be troubling the judge on debut under rules.
Daughter of Mahler out of a Zaffaran mare. Half-sister to 2m5f hurdle winner What A Jewel and point-to-point victor, Zaffaran Rain. Best watched on debut unless the market suggests otherwise.
Daughter of Yeats bought for £50,000 after winning lone point-to-point start by 14L. Third of nine on encouraging debut at Tipperary last month and likely to improve on that effort.
Point-to-point winner who has shown little in the way of ability in three bumper starts to date. Not in the form required to play a part here.
Filly by Milan out of a Balleroy mare. Can emerge as a leading player here representing a yard with a 49% win and place strike rate at this meeting in the last four years.
Beat Hollow filly out of a winning hurdler. Half-sister to Emily Moon who won a bumper on debut for Jessica Harrington. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Filly by Salutino out of a Stowaway mare. Dam unraced sister to winning hurdle/chaser Hidden Cyclone. Looks capable of a big entrance on bumper debut.
Last Year's Winner
|Carrie Des Champs||4||11-2||7/1|
|T: G ElliottJ: Ms L O'Neill|
Lady Breffni (5/4), Ruaille Buaille (7/2), Caer (4/1), Hollow Moon (5/1), Dream Pioneer (7/1), Keystone Rose (14/1), Canadian Honey (33/1), Rubiana (33/1), Arbor Vitae (33/1), Keyholerate (50/1)
- Ruaille Buaille
- Dream Pioneer
- Lady Breffni
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