19:10 Roscommon Tue 6 August 2019
Won on the Flat on opening start of the year at Leopardstown (1m5f). Struggled last time over hurdles when fifth of six at Killarney (2m1f). Up in trip on what is her opening appearance over fences. One to watch.
Has been in fantastic form over hurdles this season with three wins and two second place finishes from her last five starts. She was second of 13 on her chase debut over this C&D last time. Leading player.
Showed a lot of promise last season over fences, with the pick of her form being her second place finish in a Grade 2 contest at Thurles (2m4½f). Has been pulled-up on her last two chase appearances. Good enough to bounce back.
Has gone close on both of her two attempts over fences so far. She was second of 11 on her debut at Downpatrick (2m7½f), while she was then third of 13 over this C&D last time. Another good account of herself can be expected.
Broke her maiden over hurdles at Tipperary (2m4f) back in May but has been disappointing in her three runs since then, including latest at Downpatrick (2m5½f) when 10th of 13. First run over fences so one to watch for now.
Has had two runs over fences now. Was eighth of 13 here over this C&D on debut and then improved to finish fourth of 11 on latest start at Kilbeggan (2m6f). Likely to be open to further improvement so has each-way claims.
Had success over hurdles at Punchestown (2m4f) back in January. Has yet to shine over fences in her two starts though. Was seventh of 16 at Limerick on her debut, while she unseated her rider on her last run at Galway (2m2f). Hard to fancy.
Has been well held of her two chase starts so far but more can be expected from her as she was quite useful over hurdles, with success coming three starts back at Cork (2m3f). Each-way chance with experience under her belt now.
Last Year's Winner
|Camelia De Cotte||6||11-7||11/10|
|T: W P MullinsJ: P Townend|
Grey Waters (3/1), Darling Miss (7/2), Presentingprincess (9/2), Isle Of Destiny (9/2), Sunrise Lady (11/2), Robin On The Hill (12/1), Ar Eagla Na Heagla (16/1), Undefined Beauty (20/1), Madaboy Cross (33/1)
- Darling Miss
- Isle Of Destiny
- Grey Waters
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