18:00 Wexford Wed 19 June 2019
Hit the frame on her second start at Kilbeggan last month but blotted her copybook with a dismal effort at the same venue earlier this month. Still looking no nearer to breakthrough success.
Not seen for three years when finishing down the field on return to action at this venue earlier this month. Others have more scope for improvement.
Without success in seven below-par efforts over hurdles since making her debut over timber 12 months ago. Out of sorts recently and difficult to fancy against these rivals.
Well held in a couple of initial bumper start since April before finishing 18L adrift of the winner of a Limerick 2m3f maiden hurdle last month. Possibly best watched unless market suggests otherwise.
Running well in defeat of late, finishing runner up on a couple of occasions here in April and in a Tipperary maiden hurdle over 2m4f last month. Repeat of recent efforts should see the Oscar mare in the hunt for more prize money.
Trans Island mare who has shown good form in a number of point-to-point starts, tasting success in two of her last four starts. Worth a market check on hurdling debut and in first time cheekpieces.
Poor efforts in a number of point-to-point starts before a couple of laboured efforts over hurdles in May. First time tongue tie fitted and has not shown enough to be of interest here.
Sent off at big prices in three innocuous efforts since March, running accordingly on each occasion and unlikely to be making an significant impact in this contest.
Won at March point-to-point in good style beating 12 rivals, 4L. Getaway mare is likely to come on for racecourse debut in this company.
Daughter of Mahler out of a Supreme Leader mare. Dam unraced. Best watched on first start over hurdles representing the Co Kilkenny yard not renowned for winning debutantes'.
Below-par in two point-to-point outings this year and the Mahler mare looks unlikely to be good enough to play a part in the finish on hurdling debut.
Daughter of Oscar out of a Turtle Island mare. Dam unraced. Could be of interest on debut for a yard who produced Tomeric to finish second in a Kilbeggan maiden hurdle on Monday.
Plenty to like about the Milan mare debut run at Tramore last month finishing second of 11 beaten 14L over 2m5f. Likely to be better in time but worthy of a market check in the run up to post time.
Makes little appeal on the basis of her couple maiden hurdle efforts since making her debut last month. Hard to fance and plenty to prove.
Last Year's Winner
Cash Me Outside (4/7), Mother's Best (13/2), Somethinboutangela (7/1), Capture The Action (10/1), Cushinstown Finest (11/1), Aileens Joy (14/1), Shaunna's Gift (16/1), Golden Symphony (20/1), Getawaytonewbay (28/1), Caddy Shack (33/1), My First Symphony (33/1), Dubai Rock (66/1), Angelic Symphony (66/1), Dathuil Dearg (80/1), Forever Smiling (100/1)
- Cash Me Outside
- Shaunna's Gift
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