14:05 Listowel Tue 10 September 2019
Lame on second hurdle start at Naas when last seen in January following promising debut at the same venue earlier. Leading player if fully recovered.
Daughter of Robin Des Champs out of a Alflora mare. Dam was a 2m4f winner over hurdles, half-sister to 3m1f chase victor The Tin Miner. Fifth of nine in a Tipperary bumper in May. Hard to fancy and plenty to prove.
Daughter of Presenting out of an Accordion mare. Dam chase winner over 2m1f in Grade 2 company and over 2m/2m4f in a Grade 3 contests. Makes hurdling debut here following a couple of promising bumper starts since May.
Mixed messages from the daughter of Gold Well in three maiden hurdle starts so far. Not the most reliable of sorts and others hold stronger claims in this event.
Largely well held in three bumper starts before finishing down the field in a number of maiden hurdle starts last month. Looks no nearer to breakthrough success.
Six-race maiden. Finished down the pack on hurdling debut, beaten 39L in a Killarney 2m7f maiden when last seen in July. Plenty to prove but worth a check in the market.
12-race maiden but has shaped particularly well in her most recent starts at Cork and Tramore last month. Likely to improve again and worth considering.
Off the mark for connections at the fourth time of asking in a Killarney 2m1f bumper when last seen in July. More needed on hurdling introduction but in the right hands and a positive run can be expected.
Running well in defeat in a couple of starts in the spring. Infrequent visits to the track is a negative for the four-race maiden maiden but has plenty of scope for improvement.
Experienced and exposed mare on the Flat, with five wins in 35 starts. Ran with credit on hurdling debut at Down Royal over an extended 2m maiden last month finishing second of 13 beaten 4½L. Repeat effort would herald another bold bid.
Four-race maiden, last of six beaten over 60L on hurdling debut in a Bellewstown 2m mares' contest last month. Unlikely to be making a significant impact in this company.
Far from disgraced in a number of starts over hurdles since July. First-time hood fitted to spark much needed improvement.
Nine-race maiden, well held in a couple of initial maiden hurdle starts last month when sent off vying for favouritism on both occasions. Worth a market check to see if the money comes again.
Flattered by the finishing positions of her runs at Cork and Tramore in the spring. Well held at Killarney on latest start and others appear to be improving at a quicker rate.
Will have disappointed connections in three below par efforts in maiden hurdle company so far. Will need to improve on overall form to play a role here.
Daughter of Libranno out of a Hurricane Run mare. French import, four-race maiden on the Flat when last seen in the summer, 12 months ago. Tough ask on Irish and stable debut.
Imperial Monarch filly out of a Good Thyne mare. Promising point-to-point effort in March but liable to need the run on stable and hurdling debut.
Daughter of Kayf Tara out of a French bred mare. Worth a market check on debut representing a yard who are four from 33 with their hurdlers since May.
Last Year's Winner
Blazing Emily (4/5), Lady Ischia (4/1), Barrington Court (6/1), Glint In Her Eye (10/1), Imperial View (16/1), Westport Lady (20/1), Sand Fly (25/1), Glebe Girl (25/1), Mademoiselle Penny (25/1), Shantou Bay (33/1), Capture The Action (50/1), Tropical Stream (50/1), Costly Diamond (66/1), Creadan Belle (66/1), Bitofalright (66/1), Winter Belle (66/1), Amour Libranno (100/1), Natures Blossom (100/1), Canicallheralex (N/A)
- Blazing Emily
- Barrington Court
- Mademoiselle Penny
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