18:40 Sligo Tue 18 June 2019
Six from 24 starts the Roderic O'Connor mare won 5f Cork handicap off a 6lb lower mark as recently as Friday, staying on strongly to win comfortably. Appears to have more to offer and very much respected here.
Failed to build on an encouraging run at Naas in April when well down the field on a couple of starts last month and at the Curragh earlier this month. Earlier progression appears to have leveled out and others preferred.
Short of room inside the two before keeping on under pressure in a Fairyhouse handicap on Friday behind Ducky Mallon. On a long losing run of form and others appear to have stronger claims.
Creditable record on the AW has failed to transfer to turf where the daughter of Approve is still without success in 13 starts on turf. Form of recent races does bot look strong and may be up against it here.
Once-rated 79 nearly three years ago when in the care of trainer Sylvester Kirk. Nothing of note in three starts for new connections and unlikely to make a significant impact in this.
Makes handicap debut following three below-par efforts, one on turf earlier this month at Limerick finishing 5¾L behind the winner, Risaalaat. No surprise to see and improved performance in this company.
Best run for sometime when finishing 3L adrift of the winner Little Clarinet on her most recent start earlier this month at the Curragh over an extended 6f. Entitled to make the shortlist here.
Finished ninth of 10 beaten 14L at odds of 33/1 on turf debut at Gowran Park earlier this month on stable debut. On balance probably has something to find in this contest.
C&D last month off a 3lb lower mark finishing ½L ahead of 13 rivals. Fourth of 12 beaten 6L on latest start at Down Royal and the daughter of Acclamation may need a couple to falter in this.
Seven-race maiden with five of those defeats coming on turf. Beaten over 5L on latest start and still looking no nearer to breakthrough success.
Last Year's Winner
Aspen Belle (10/11), Bonnie Park (13/2), Powersville (7/1), Olay Power (10/1), Lyfka (12/1), Clifftop Dancer (12/1), Keepthebestsideout (14/1), Highly Approved (14/1), Anythingyouwantobe (25/1), Pacolita (40/1)
- Aspen Belle
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