16:45 Tipperary Sun 11 August 2019
Daughter of Choisir out of an Excellent Art mare. Nothing of note in a couple of career starts over 6f and 7f at Fairyhouse so far and unlikely to be troubling the judge.
Tailed off on sole Flat start last year and has been struggling to make any impression in four hurdle runs since. First run since March and impossible to make a case for.
Daughter of Alhebayeb was sent off 50/1 and never got involved on last month's 7f Galway debut. Easy to dismiss once again until signs of ability.
Daughter of Dark Angel; a tenth foal and a half-sister to eight winners. Starts off life over a realistic trip on breeding and well worth a market check. Represents last year's powerful winning stable who also run Easter Orchid.
Lawman filly is a closely related to 1m4f winner Dancing Doll and half-sister to 7f winner Cnocandancer. Unspectacular debut at Killarney over 1m last month and looks a long-term prospect.
Dylan Thomas filly was placed in her last two and showed improvement on both occasions since the promise of her sole start last year. Likely to appreciate the step up from 7f and more progress should see her involved.
Yet to match the promise of her debut this time last year at Cork but better when sixth over 1m3f at Killarney last month. Drop in trip should suit after weakening late and place possibilities.
Remains a maiden following six starts and not quite at her best when sixth at the Curragh on stable debut. Cheekpieces added and vulnerable to more progressive types.
Ruler Of The World filly didn't show much on debut at Bellewstown having been a shade unruly going to post. Better when seventh at Ballinrobe last month but that level of form is going to have to be left well behind.
Well bred Kingman filly and a half-sister to Calyx. Yet to finish outside the top four but has been showing slightly less on each occasion. Visor replaced by cheekpieces and she sets the standard. Hard to see her not being far away again.
Sent off 16/1 and then 66/1 when beaten a combined total of 69L in two starts last month. Very hard to see her making the huge improvement required to be in any way competitive. .
Well held 13L fifth at the Curragh on last month's debut and while she at least showed some ability, this would need big progress to be involved. Bred to need a test so a surprise to see her dropping back from 1m4f.
First reserve. Ran to a similar standard in sole start of 2018 and season reappearance. Up a furlong but would need to find significant progress.
Last Year's Winner
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Kiss For A Jewel (6/4), Guinevere (4/1), Dedillon (9/2), Romantically (5/1), For Your Eyes (6/1), Midnight Sunshine (13/2), Enticed (10/1), Angel Fish (14/1), Queen Amidala (14/1), Easter Orchid (25/1), Katie's Reign (40/1), All Dressed Up (50/1), Transformed (50/1), Day Dreamin' (66/1), Thefaithfulindian (66/1), Keep Dreaming (66/1), Rapid Pulse (100/1), Sin E An Sceal (100/1)
- Kiss For A Jewel
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