15:30 Naas Sun 20 October 2019
Dual-winner for Tim Easterby but 0-8 for this yard and given she is only rated 71 and a doubtful stayer over 1m who prefers fast ground she is easy to rule out here.
British raider set some stern tasks since winning Saint-Cloud Listed race last autumn. Fourth in two Group Three's this season so form among the best on offer and she relishes testing conditions.
Solid and consistent sort who has held her form well in a number of starts over the summer. Up against it here given her mark of 82 and she is unplaced in four previous goes at this level.
Listed winner has been third and fourth in Group Three's in a summer where she was set some stiff tasks. Good form over 1m1f and 1m2f so the 1m here shouldn't cause any issues and leading claims as long as it doesn't come up bottomless.
1-23 career record owes much to the stiff tasks she's been set along the way. Has placed at Listed level but just once in 11 times she's made the frame at Pattern level so others are again preferred.
Curragh maiden winner ran well in two Listed races this summer before finding Group Three level after a break too tough an ask. Stable second string but has place potential.
Gowran maiden winner yet to add to that although did manage a rather remote fourth in a Listed race in the summer. More required in this field however and career-best needed to make the frame.
Sister to Winter disappointed twice since finishing fourth in a Gowran Listed race on reappearance. Drop back to 1m may help and suspect she still has untapped potential; respected.
Listed winning two-year-old disappointed last time out but her spring form such as seventh in the 1000 Guineas and second in the Fred Darling reads really well. Has ideal conditions for first time all season; take advantage.
87-rated dual handicap winner this summer steps into stakes company for the first time. Probably didn't last 1m4f latest but should be more comfortable at this trip. Nevertheless faces a tough ask.
Off the mark at the fifth time of asking latest in a Curragh maiden and was very impressive. That was a clear step forward but she must improve plenty more here.
1m Curragh maiden winner back in the summer ran respectably in a conditions race latest but still has a bit to prove at this level; one of the less exposed sorts however and now wears a first-time visor.
Twice second before getting off the mark latest in a Leopardstown maiden. Open to more improvement and needs to find plenty now at Pattern level.
Just the one win but has Listed placed form along the way and ran respectably last time out at Limerick considering the desperate conditions. Place possibilities here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A P O'BrienJ: J A Heffernan|
Iconic Choice (7/2), Trethias (4/1), Silk Forest (7/1), Lovee Dovee (7/1), Shepherd Market (8/1), Frosty (8/1), Jumellea (11/1), Titanium Sky (14/1), Wisdom Mind (16/1), Mia Maria (16/1), Come September (20/1), Chocolate Music (33/1), Stormy Belle (50/1), Angels (50/1)
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