15:55 Clonmel Thu 14 November 2019
A €48,000 three-year-old, Kayf Tara gelding. Dam an unraced half-sister to fairly useful hurdler/useful chaser Kingsmere. Pleasing fourth of 18 beaten 16L on debut at Cork when last seen in April. Capable of a bold bid.
Presenting gelding cost connections €100,000 as a three-year-old. Disappointed on belated debut in a Navan bumper when last seen in March. Best watched unless market vibes suggest otherwise.
Gelding by Dubai Destination out of a Witness Box mare. Dam, nine-race maiden beaten in five bumper starts. One to watch in the market on debut for respected connections.
Four-race maiden. Well beaten when finishing down the field in a number of bumper starts since April. Has plenty to prove at present.
Gelding by Stowaway out of a Witness Box mare. Cost €100,000 as a yearling. Likely to improve on his second place in a Punchestown bumper when last seen in May.
Gelding by Gold Well out of a Rudimentary mare, finished fifth of 11 in bumper at Thurles nine days ago on debut, entitled to improve for it.
Daughter of Sans Frontieres out of a Phardante mare. Failed to complete in three of her four point-to-point starts. Probably best watched on this occasion.
Daughter of Aizavoski out of a Heron Island mare. Dam unraced. Co Tipperary yard have saddled four hurdle winners from 57 starters this term. Watching brief on debut.
Gold Well mare. Dam, ran twice over hurdles, half-sister to useful hurdler/smart chaser Tumbling Dice. Likely to improve for the experience on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: G ElliottJ: Ms L O'Neill|
Tactical Move (4/5), Idas Boy (3/1), Fancy Foundations (10/3), Wellsiraussie (12/1), Ferocious (20/1), Moyode Gold (40/1), Kitty Galore (50/1), Stormy Watar (100/1), Aleena (100/1)
- Fancy Foundations
- Tactical Move
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