17:10 Tramore Sun 18 August 2019
Daughter of Jeremy who deserves a change of fortune following a couple of solid bumper efforts at Tipperary and more notably at the Galway festival earlier this month. Big chance to get off the mark.
By Vinnie Roe out of a Darazari mare. Brother to bumper/2m hurdle winner Pateen. Dam placed bumpers. Not disgraced in either bumper start so far but plenty more needed in this group.
Daughter of Fame And Glory out of a Daylami mare. Half-sister to winners The Welsh Paddies and 2m1f hurdle victor Clondaw Anchior. Never nearer on debut at Roscommon last month but plenty room for improvement.
Daughter of Oscar out of a Flemensfirth mare. Dam bumper winner, successful over hurdles running between 2m2f and 2m4f. Makes little appeal hooded for the first time on debut.
Daughter by Gold Well out of a Kahyasi mare. Closely related to point-to-point winner, Buck Dancing and half-sister to bumper winner Our Pollyanna. Well down the field on both starts to date. Easy to look elsewhere.
Filly by Arcadio out of a Flemensfirth mare. Worth a market check for a yard who have a good stock of bumpers. Could run into a place.
Daughter of Westerner out of a Milan mare. Kept on well to finish second on debut at Ballinrobe before running a big race at the Galway festival earlier this month. Leading player.
Filly by Getaway out of a Milan mare. Dam unraced sister to useful hurdler/chaser Ixora. Likely to be plenty of market interest on debut for leading yard.
Last Year's Winner
|T: T MullinsJ: Miss J Townend|
Skyace (6/5), Dime A Dozen (5/2), Lady Moon (11/2), Veda's Star (6/1), La Baie (25/1), Docking (25/1), Well Polly (28/1), Le River Noir (50/1)
- Dime A Dozen
- Veda's Star
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