16:00 Naas Sat 9 November 2019
Stoutly-bred; related some some hurdle and chase winners; probably unlikely to be good enough on racecourse debut unless market speaks in her favour.
Won a point-to-point in March but has been well held in three bumper outings since; open to improvement but still looks an unlikely winner.
Gold Well mare. Dam unraced out of sister to high-class 2m hurdler Spirit Leader; some signs of ability on debut at Wexford in October; can improve.
Won a point-to-point 12 months ago, subsequently changing hands for £20,000. Yet to rubber stamp that price tag with three dismal efforts since including when beaten over 80L last time out.
Cost under 2,000 euros as a yearling; related to some minor hurdle and chase winners though generally unspectacular pedigree; hard to assess on debut.
National Hunt-bred related to plenty of winners; likely to do better in time and hard to see her winning this on debut.
Failed to follow up on excellent debut run at this track in March when finishing well down the field when last seen out in April; better chance than most but still an unlikely winner.
Cost 2,800 as a yearling; related to decent hurdler Tumbling Dice and smart chaser Remittance Man; another one who may find it hard to get competitive on her racecourse debut.
Placed in a point-to-point event in April; difficult to assess chance on that evidence and market may be more reliable guide.
Plenty to like about her improved effort at Limerick in July finishing second of 16 over 2m on final start for trainer Paul Power but has disappointed the last twice and needs to bounce back here.
Has finished in the top four on all her racecourse appearances to date and no reason why she can't finish in the frame here; whether she is good enough to win remains to be seen.
Daughter of Yeats out of a Bob Back mare. Cost £55,000 as a three-year-old. Closely related to The Romford Pele; promising effort on debut at Galway in October and entitled to improve; leading chance.
Related to some very smart hurdlers and chasers but difficult to assess on racecourse debut; might be worth a check in the market.
Closely related to stablemate Carrigeen Lactuca by Jeremy; hard to see her being capable on debut against those with racecourse experience.
Califet filly and a half-sister to the useful Hitherjacques Lady; showed ability when 4th of 12 at Tramore in April; should be better now and not without a chance.
Cost 8,000 euros as a three-year-old; no great shakes on breeding and likely to do better in time but worth a peek in the betting, perhaps.
Homebred out of little used sire out of a modest dam who won on Fibresand and over hurdles; no real promise when only beating one home on racecourse debut at Listowel in September.
Has been generally consistent on all three of his bumper appearances including when finishing runner-up at Galway in October; entitled to improve again on that effort and possibly boasts best form of those with a run.
National Hunt bred; related to some fair bumper and hurdles winners; moderate third on debut at Punchestown on debut and should progress.
Placed but beaten a long way on only point-to-point start in February; leap of faith to suggest she will be good enough on her racecourse bow.
A little bit hit and miss last season but ran some good races in defeat, most notably at Navan and Punchestown; more needed her but not without a chance,
Cost 20,000 euros as a three-year-old; excellent chance on breeding hailing from a top yard and related to useful National Hunt performers See U Bob and Glencree; market should give stable expectation clues.
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