15:10 Thurles Thu 10 October 2019
Four-race maiden appears to be improving with every run. Posted a career best effort at Gowran Park last month and could be suited by the drop in trip here.
Solid and consistent sort out of luck when finding one better in four starts this term. Running well over 1m2f and is approached with a great deal of respect dropping in trip.
Cape Cross gelding out of a Storm Cat mare. Dam three-time winner on the Flat including success over 7f at Group 3 level. Expected to improve on Listowel debut last month and one for the shortlist.
Experienced 11-race maiden who has posted a number of mixed messages over a variety of trips since returning to action in August. Not the most reliable of sorts.
Comes here for her third career start on debut for her third trainer. Down the field on debut 12 months ago for Ed Dunlop and on seasonal bow at Newmarket for William Haggas when last seen in May.
Daughter of Famous Name out of a Imperial Ballet mare. Closely related to Airgead winner of one of his eight career starts, successful over this trip. Dam. 75-rated handicapper, won three of her nine starts between 7f and 1m.
Three-race maiden yet to hit the frame on any occasion. Will need to raise overall profile to play a role in this contest in first-time cheekpieces.
Daughter of Galileo out of a Clodovil mare. Dam won over 1m½f. Worth a check in the market for Co Waterford yard with high profile owners.
Daughter of Rip Van Winkle. Not much to shout about in three dismal career efforts so far. Well below par form looks set to continue.
Filly by Bungle Inthejungle out of a Key Of Luck mare. €2,200 as a yearling rising to €9,000 as a yearling. Encouraging fifth of eight on debut on the AW at Dundalk when last seen in April. Market likely to be the best guide on return to action.
Yet to hit the frame and beaten over 10L on each start for leading connections in three effortless career starts since making her debut in April. Tough ask but worth a market check.
Mastercraftsman filly out of a Mtoto mare. Failed to build on promising debut at Gowran Park when reported to be making respiratory noises post race at the Curragh last month after finishing 16th of 17 as the well beaten favourite.
Daughter of Champs Elysees out of a Marju mare. Closely related to multiple winner between 5f and 7f, Rose Bonheur. Dam won three of her 11 starts over 7f/1m. Market likely to be the best guide on debut.
Daughter of Le Harve out of a Whipper mare. Dam won over 1m2f. Co Westmeath yard not renowned for three-year-old debutante winners.
Last Year's Winner
Hazran (5/6), Defilade (4/1), Vocatus (5/1), Canning (11/2), Miss Clash (10/1), Insaan (10/1), Acapella Blu (12/1), Magic Fountain (12/1), Cruise Control (20/1), Shelter (25/1), Rue De Russie (33/1), Dali's Dream (33/1), Crystal Dawn (50/1), Youarestar (50/1), Future Gold (50/1), Weather Alert (50/1), Jungle Gypsy (66/1), Ollies Wish (66/1)
- Acapella Blu
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