16:55 Cork Sat 17 August 2019
Consistent filly who put in one her best performance over this trip at Leopardstown in July. Happy on any ground, this looks a good opportunity to pick up some black type over this trip before being sent over further.
Already a winner of a Group Three contest at Naas in May (1m2f). Couldn't land a blow in the Epsom Derby in June but this is her level and this trip should be fine. Might not want the ground to get too testing but definite chance.
Difficult to assess clearly with her form this season not matching up to what she achieved last season. Well held by Tarnawa on Naas run in May. Could have benefited from recent absence but looks one of the weakest of the O'Brien runners.
Another who finished behind Tarnawa at Naas in May but looks more likely to improve. Unfancied in the Oaks at Epsom, she put in a fine performance from a wide draw and some trouble in-running. Looks the one they have to beat.
Plenty to find on official figures but there was plenty to like about the manner of her victory at Galway earlier this month over this trip, making all and winning by a handsome margin. Should progress and one to note in the betting.
Connections have struggled to find the best trip for this filly but she has talent and her versatility may come to play if the race becomes tactical. Just one maiden win to her name, however and it would be a surprise to see her in the shake up.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A P O'BrienJ: J A Heffernan|
Simply Beautiful (5/2), Delphinia (3/1), Tarnawa (7/2), Moteo (4/1), Invitation (10/1), Credenza (14/1)
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