18:15 Fairyhouse Wed 17 July 2019
Looks one for the longer term having finished down the field in a couple of Limerick maidens the furthest over 7f on debut. Has looked in need of the experience on both starts and more needed to make an impression here.
Yard not noted for their juvenile winners (6-137) in the last five seasons; this will be only their second runner in this sphere this year. Cost 72,000 guineas as a yearling; dam of little account, half-sister to smart 2m winner St Michel.
Newcomer; yard 7-73 with juveniles in last five seasons, this will be their second 2yo runner of the season. Cost €22,000 as a yearling; half-brother to useful 5f (including at 2) winner She Can Boogie; dam juvenile 5f winner.
Attracted support on his debut (Curragh, 6f); ran far better than his finishing position would suggest looking to gain plenty from his initial experience (like many from the stable). Sure to progress and will know far more this time around.
Last of 12 on his debut over 5f at Tipperary showing next to nothing; raced off the pace and soon dropped away. Would need to make major strides forward to have any chance here; unlikely to happen.
One of two that the yard have in this with both looking amongst the lesser lights from the yard. Showed plenty of inexperience on his debut at Bellewstown (went with little fluency); like his stablemate he needs to progress further.
Yard in terrific form with their juveniles this year (7-14; 4-9 on debut); by Kodiac, cost 50,000 guineas as a foal. Sister to 5f-7f winner Coulsty; half-sister to a couple of other Flat winners. Likely to be ready to go on debut.
Yard in top form with plenty of 2yo winners already this year (13-48); looked the stable second string on her debut at Naas over 6f. Shaped as if the experience was needed but shaped well from off the pace without getting a clear run; leading chance.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D K WeldJ: D P McDonogh|
Nope (1/1), Royal Dornoch (7/2), Lady Timmy Ho (7/2), Cap D'antibes (12/1), Diamond Power (12/1), Total Euphoria (25/1), Calidus Mirabilis (33/1), Swisstopher (66/1)
- Royal Dornoch
- Lady Timmy Ho
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