14:40 Curragh Sun 13 October 2019
Off the mark at Naas over 6f in June and has run with credit in a couple of Group 3 contests since. Career best when finishing a neck behind New York Girl at this venue over 7f last month and a leading player here
Won at the second attempt when landing a Naas 7f maiden on good ground when last seen in August beating 13 rivals by 5L. Well thought of by a yard in fine form.
Creditable third of 13 beaten 4½L on debut in a Gowran Park 1m maiden last month. Likely to improve given sire Galileo has produced five of the last nine winners of this race including four of the last five.
Led final strides on debut in a Naas good ground 7f maiden last month beating 14 rivals by ½L. Yard have won eight of the last 12 renewals of this contest including four of the last five. Rates a leading contender.
Daughter of Lawman cost €13,000 as a yearling Half-sister to two ordinary middle distance performers. Never threatening fifth of 15 beaten over 6L on debut at Listowel last month. Hard to place any faith in.
Iffraaj filly out of a Bahri mare. Landed a Galway 7f soft ground maiden earlier last month to win on her second career start, winning by a head from six rivals. Beaten in the Group 3 Weld Park stakes last month but not ruled out here.
Zoffany filly who cost €30,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to winners in France and Belgium but out of a dam who was a maiden on the track. Will need to improve on below-par debut at Gowran Park over 1m last month.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Peach Tree||2||9-0||5/2||Full Result|
|T: A P O'BrienJ: D O'Brien|
A New Dawn (15/8), Auxilia (5/2), Fancy Blue (4/1), Shehreen (13/2), Celestial Object (7/1), Zofar Zogood (33/1), Lady Georgie (50/1), She Loves A Night (50/1)
- Fancy Blue
- A New Dawn
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