13:10 Down Royal Fri 1 November 2019
Successful twice over hurdles most recently on good ground over 2m at Limerick in March; subsequently well held in better contests including on reappearance at Gowran Park in October; plenty to prove at present.
High-class bumper performer who was third in a Grade 2 at Aintree and second in a Grade 3 at Punchestown in May; very easily won on her hurdle debut at Fairyhouse in October and possibly the one they have to beat.
Broke her maiden over hurdles when winning by ½L in a 2m maiden event at Listowel (yielding) last month; not disgraced when upped in class last time out when let down by her jumping; can improve and one to consider.
Placed three-times in bumpers before her breakthrough came at Listowel in September; fair effort on hurdling debut in a maiden hurdle at Punchestown; tough ask in this class.
Front-runner who put those tactics to good effect when scoring very easily at Limerick in mid-October; fairly experienced now she has a good chance if getting her own way at the head of affairs; interesting contender.
Rewarded for some consistent efforts in defeat when landing a handicap at Listowel in September; she is a progressive mare but needs to improve a fair bit to play a leading role.
Generally consistent and will be battling it out with Penny Out for the lead; Won well at Kilbeggan in August but suspicion she will find a couple too good on this occasion.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W P MullinsJ: B J Geraghty|
Daylight Katie (1/3), Jeremys Flame (6/1), Emily Moon (8/1), Penny Out (16/1), Tara Dylan (20/1), Mystery Stowaway (50/1), Sand Fly (66/1)
- Daylight Katie
- Emily Moon
- Penny Out
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