17:35 Naas Mon 5 August 2019
Born To Sea filly, related to multiple winners. Improvement needed following desperate debut run at Killarney last month. Others appear to hold sturdier claims.
Placed twice from four starts in America as a two-year-old. Progressing well from race to race since joining current connections and very much looks capable of another bold show.
Daughter of Slade Power out of a College Chapel mare. Half-sister to smart 5f/6f winner my girl Anna. May not be a positive to be sporting a hood on debut.
Has strung together a number of solid and consistent efforts since June finishing in the first two on three occasions. Overall form solid and fancied to go well at this level.
War Front filly out of Irish 1000 Guineas winner. Five-race maiden but continues to run well in defeat. Off the track since finishing second behind Pensylvania Avenue in May. Bold bid expected but market possibly the best guide on return to action.
Daughter of Equiano out of a Pivotal mare. Inexpensive €1,200 as a yearling. Entitled to need the race on debut and others make more appeal.
€28,000 Big Bad Bob filly related to a 7f AW winner out of a dam who is a distant relation of Dancing Brave. Last of nine on latest start at Leopardstown over 1m1f last month. First-time cheekpieces on and hard to place any faith in.
Canford Cliffs filly, half-sister to a useful middle distance performer. Well held when down the field in a couple of desolate efforts so far. Likely to be of more interest as handicaps come round.
Teofilo newcomer closely related to 6f 2yo winner Holistic Approach dam unraced granddaughter of quadruple US 1m1f Grade 1 winner Dispute. Well held on debut earlier this month but worth a market check looking at the opposition.
Daughter of Camacho out of a Tagula mare. Well held in three career starts and not enough to be a betting proposition here and handicaps probably a better bet going forward.
So You Think filly, cost €4,500 as a two-year-old. Dam a half-sister to a 1m1f Grade 2 winner in the US. Unlikely to be making any significant impact in this contest based on what she has shown so far.
€52,000 Iffraaj filly related to multiple winners. Form in two starts has lacked any hint of ability and doesn't warrant support in this contest.
Acclamation filly. Half-sister to three winners. Promising effort on debut at the Curragh last month and shaped like improvement could be on the cards on her second start.
Daughter of Roderic O'Connor out of a Shinko Forest mare. Closely related to multiple winners Miracle Of Medinah and Misu Pete. Looks a long term prospect based on debut run at Roscommon last month.
Xtension filly who offers mixed messages from pedigree. Failed to build on promising debut last month and easily passed over in this contest.
Last Year's Winner
Bellakris (6/4), Carefully (7/2), Myth Creation (4/1), Angel's Amy (4/1), Silk Air (6/1), Royal Highness (10/1), Make Me Sway (12/1), Lady Arona (20/1), Bella Noelle (25/1), Smart Elle (25/1), X' Girl (33/1), Sagittarian Wind (50/1), Equus Minimus (50/1), Maccliff (66/1), Miss Moneybags (100/1), Mantequilla (100/1), Lispheasty (100/1)
- Angel's Amy
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