17:45 Galway Tue 17 September 2019
Daughter of Excelebration and a second foal out of a French AW winner. Nothing of note in a couple of dismal career efforts to date.
Daughter of Dragon Pulse out of a Bachelor Duke mare. Dam failed to hit the frame in five career starts between 1m3f and 1m6f. Slowly into stride on debut at Roscommon earlier this month before finishing well down the field.
Iffraaj filly out of a Bahri mare. Half-sister to Group 2 winner, Shamreen and Shahroze successful at Group 3 level in Canada. Promising third of 19 on debut at Cork earlier this month and expected to improve.
Daughter of Droagon Pulse out of a Acclamation mare. Dam won between 7f and 1m. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut for yard with a 23% strike rate with their juveniles this term.
Daughter of Intense Focus out of a Teofilo mare. Half-sister to Fior Cliste winner over 7f. Dam winner between 7f and 1m2½f. Not disgraced in a couple of early defeats this month and not one to be putting a line through.
Filly by Lilbourne Lad out of a Iffraaj mare. Dam four-race maiden. Look vulnerable on debut at Roscommon earlier this month and unlikely to be troubling the judge here.
Daughter of Tough As Nails. A sister to 6f-7f winner My Silver Nails, out of a 1m winner whose dam won a bumper. Yet to finish in front of any rival in a couple of dour career efforts so far.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J P O'BrienJ: S M Crosse|
Soineanta (1/1), Shehreen (6/5), Shona Mea (11/2), Take My Hand (25/1), Saphiri (33/1), Susan's Pride (50/1), Dashing Diamond (100/1)
- Shona Mea
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