13:45 Naas Sun 20 October 2019
Represents all-conquering yard of 2019 regarding two-year-old fillies and her C&D second was a more than promising start. Looks sure to make a bold bid again here.
Newcomer by Iffraaj is a half-sister to 6f/7f winner Baladiya out of a Group placed two-year-old winning dam. One to note in the market for a top yard.
Sir Prancealot filly beaten 22L on C&D debut with rivals here a long way in front; makes no appeal.
Filly by Sir Prancealot never a factor but not totally devoid of promise on debut at Navan (13th of 21). Outside chance she improves enough to make the frame.
Some signs of life last time out for this well related filly by Dark Angel in finishing eighth of 14 at Leopardstown over 7f. Not sure she wants a sprint distance but better claims than most.
Daughter of Zoffany never able to land a blow when 12th of 13 at the Curragh on debut so remains best watched here.
Newcomer by Make Believe cost €20,000as a yearling and is a half-sister to 5f winner Newton's Law. Market can guide for yard more than capable with first time two-year-olds.
€32,000 yearling filly by Dandy Man kept on at the one pace to finish sixth of 10 here on debut. Can improve and has a notable jockey booking and tongue-tie as potential positives.
Anjaal newcomer the first foal out of an ordinary 6f winner. Best watched here on debut.
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. Needs to improve on a couple of initial starts over 6f and 7f last month but could make experience a major factor.
€25,000 newcomer by Dream Ahead is a half-sister to 6 winners mostly at 1m plus. Probably best watched here with future clues in mind.
Slight improvement in her second start when eighth of 13 at Limerick but even that leaves her a long way off getting involved here.
Piccolo newcomer is a sister to 6f winner Verhoyen and half-sister to 7f 2yo winner Henshaw. Market can guide as to debut expectations.
Beaten 17L into 12th of 18 here on debut and that gives her an awful lot to find with rivals who re-oppose.
Last of seven on debut in a Galway 7f maiden but improved slightly without threatening at Limerick latest. Looks a long way behind stablemate Allez Allez Allez on form.
Slight retrograde step latest when upped to 1m after two very sound efforts over 7f beforehand. 6f now a new test but on this ground she should be fully effective and is worthy of any shortlist.
Minor promise in three starts to date but yet to make the frame and may be better served by handicaps in the near future.
Two fair if unspectacular sixths so far at the Curragh show she has ability but she must improve plenty to make the frame now under very inexperienced rider.
Debut fifth here was promising so her effort at Dundalk last time was a bit disappointing. That on AW so may bounce back on return to turf and one with place potential.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Rainbow Moonstone||2||9-0||16/1||Full Result|
|T: J P O'BrienJ: S M Crosse|
Love Locket (2/1), Allez Allez Allez (5/2), Soineanta (11/2), Faire Croire (6/1), Baraniya (12/1), Darkest (16/1), Wild Cherry (20/1), Lapses Linguae (25/1), Sun And Scent (33/1), Miombo (33/1), Wee Diamond (50/1), Sankari Del Reine (50/1), Shona Mea (50/1), Musical Memories (50/1), Crack On Rosie (66/1), Leviosa (66/1), Erytheia (66/1), Miss Dancealot (66/1), Clog Na Fola (80/1)
- Allez Allez Allez
- Love Locket
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