15:05 Listowel Thu 12 September 2019
Solid and consistent mare, winner over hurdles and bumpers including a Grade 2 contest at Aintree over 12 months ago. One of the more intriguing contenders and approached with a great deal of respect.
Not a notably well bred filly and hails from a yard that rarely runs horses on the Flat. Market will provide the best guide.
Second in the Group 2 Debutante Stakes last year but failed to replicate that in her final two Group starts. Stopped disappointingly quickly when dropped to a maiden at Dundalk when last seen in March. Should have too much for a number of rivals.
Daughter of Dragon Pulse out of a Bluebird mare. Closely related to Multiple winner between 6f and 1m, Vito Volterra. Dam unraced. Lost all chance at the start on debut last month at Roscommon.
Has failed to turn some obvious potential into winning form and beginning to be expensive to follow; consistent but lacks a finishing kick.
Not particularly well bred and showed very little on her only racecourse appearance at Dundalk in December; entitled to improve but long absence a slight worry.
Dansili filly. Made €160,000 as a yearling. Is related to a few winners. Not disgraced on sole start for trainer Kevin Prendergast. Market likely to reveal expectations on stable debut.
Daughter of Camelot who has been running well in defeat in a number of starts since April. Filly deserves a change in fortune but is always susceptible to a couple of stronger types.
Not shown enough racecourse evidence that she is up to winning a race like this anytime soon including poor show at the Curragh last time out.
Lawman filly who has shown very little on all her three start, barely beating a rival home. No logical appeal here.
Bred for a more tougher test of stamina; no show on her debut at Cork in May and no obvious reason why she should get competitive here after such a long lay off.
Daughter of Tamayuz out of a Marju mare. No forlorn hope on the balance of her first three starts but still unlikely to threaten the leading players too much though.
Half-sister to Group 2 winner, Shamreen and Shahroze successful at Group 3 level in Canada. Given an easy introductory run at Cork at the start of the month and will come on for that run and is a leading contender.
Disappointing efforts in three career starts so far, including a 27L defeat at Killarney last month. Looks readily opposable if getting a run.
Unplaced in seven starts to date and never better than seventh. Of pretty limited ability on evidence so far and likely to continue run of unplaced efforts.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Quinns Red Rose||3||9-0||7/2||Full Result|
|T: M O'CallaghanJ: L F Roche|
Sheranda (9/4), Dedillon (5/2), Bandiuc Eile (5/1), Guinevere (11/2), Magic Fountain (8/1), Getaway Katie Mai (10/1), Plum Perfect (16/1), Easy Come Easy Go (20/1), Mouneera (25/1), Take Me Now (28/1), Romantically (33/1), Espoir Et Bonheur (33/1), Is She About (50/1), Simply A Breeze (50/1), Jungle Spirit (66/1), Burgundy Rose (66/1), Katie Beag (100/1), Leavethekeysinher (100/1)
- Magic Fountain
- Getaway Katie Mai
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