15:20 Naas Wed 18 September 2019
€125,000 yearling. Invincible Spirit colt out of an unraced mare who has produced five time winner Roaring Forties. Pedigree has winning ability in it and not to be underestimated for strong yard.
Sir Prancealot filly. Half-sister to 1m winner Enjoy The Silence but hails from a yard who haven't had a juvenile winner this season so is probably best watched.
Improving filly. Put up career best with solid second at Cork (6f, good) on latest start. Should have more to offer and is the one to beat.
Twice raced filly who hasn't featured in both starts. Distant 10th in 6f Listowel maiden on first start for this yard. Drastic improvement required here.
$1.2million American Pharaoh filly. Half-sister to various top level winners including 1m2f US Grade 1 winner Cupid. Likely to have a lofty reputation for top yard so worth a market check.
Free Eagle filly. Half-sister to three winners including three-time winner Pleasure Bent and 6f winner Azhar. Entitled to betting support but may be more of a long-term prospect.
French Navy filly. Offered no impression on debut when down the field 11th in 7f Down Royal maiden at the end of August. Hard to fancy for a yard who have been struggling this term.
Didn't show the expected progression from debut effort when 14L eighth in 7f Tipperary maiden last time. Form of that looks weak and could be one for handicaps in the future.
No Nay Never filly who cost a hefty €700,000 at the sales. Half-sister to the smart Rakhib Alhawa and dam was a winner over 1m4f. Looks to be the number one string on jockey bookings.
Dark Angel filly who was a €160,000 purchase as a yearling. Dam was unraced but is a sister to juvenile winner La La Land. Merits a betting check.
Twice-raced filly who looked so seemingly regress when 10L sixth in 7f maiden at this track on latest start. More needed against some good-looking rivals.
Anjaal filly. Dwelt and offered little promise on debut when 12th (tailed off) in 7f Tipperary maiden. Readily opposed.
Dandy Man filly. Half-sister to 7f winner Jose Echegary and juvenile winner Sankari Royale. Has a likeable pedigree but may be a project than an instant winner.
Down the field in two starts to date, including latest when slow start cost any small chance with 16th in extended 5f Navan contest. Best watched for now.
Elzaam filly. Slow start didn't help but ran respectable race to finish fourth in Curragh maiden (6f) in May. Not seen since but that race looks strong (winner went on to win a Group Two) so must be respected.
Tailed off in two starts on the track, including 13L sixth in Tipperary maiden (7f) 20 days ago. Others offer more appeal.
Sintarajan filly. Dam was unraced but closely related to the smart Desert Realm. May be vulnerable to more progressive types on debut.
Filly by Epaulette. Pedigree offers not much appeal but is a half-sister to 1m2f winner Less Of That. Best watched for now.
Last Year's Winner
|11||Chestnut Express||2||9-0||8/1||Full Result|
|T: D BunyanJ: C D Hayes|
Sunday Sweet (2/1), Deidra (5/2), Love Locket (10/3), Elfin Queen (9/1), Allez Allez Allez (12/1), Lynn Britt Cabin (20/1), Sankari Del Reine (25/1), Franno (33/1), Clog Na Fola (33/1), Wee Diamond (33/1), Wild Cherry (50/1), Pikaia (50/1), Switzer (50/1), Miss Sassyboots (50/1), Holy Eleanor (66/1), Dragon Flight (66/1), Watergrange Fairy (100/1), Stellify (100/1), Rosemill (100/1), French Secret (100/1)
- Sunday Sweet
- Allez Allez Allez
- Love Locket
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