20:15 Dundalk Fri 15 November 2019
The Factor filly out of a Giant's Causeway mare. Resold as a €90,000 yearling. Three-race maiden but room for improvement stepping up in trip.
€70,000 yearling, War Command colt. Experienced five-race maiden yet to hit the frame on any of his career starts but ran with a great deal of credit on debut at this venue over 7f last month. Worthy of a check in the market.
Six-race maiden but ran well on a couple of occasions here over 6f/7f when not beaten far. Repeat of those efforts should see her in the hunt for more prize money.
Gutaifan filly. €8,000 foal and €8,000 yearling. Yet to hit the frame in five career starts so far and possibly best watched on polytrack debut.
Leroidesanimaux gelding. Dam a 1m winner, half-sister to two-year-old 7f/1m winner Songerie. Has started at odds of 100/1 on his last two runs at the Curragh and more recently at Naas before running accordingly on each occasion. Others preferred.
Five-race maiden not disgraced in a couple of starts over C&D in the last few weeks. Not a forlorn hope but others still more convincing.
Never a factor in three career starts since September. First time hood doubtful to bring about the required amount of progress needed to play a role here.
Daughter of Kodiac. Yet to get within 11L of the winner on each of her three career starts so far. Last seen in August and unlikely to be troubling the judge on polytrack debut.
Footstepsinthesand filly out of a Rail Link mare. Dam, two-year-old winner over 7f. Not much to shout about in four career efforts to date including a defeat on polytrack debut last month.
By Camacho out of a 1m1f winner in France. Not disgraced in three career starts so far but still liable to a couple of stronger sorts lurking on the card.
Zoffany gelding out of a Galileo mare. Dam, won over 1m2f and 1m2½f. Well held in three career starts in maiden company since his debut in September. Worth a market check on handicap debut.
Born To Sea gelding out of a 7f winner on the AW. Three-race maiden posted a career best effort when finishing fifth of 13 beaten 6¾L in a Naas 6f claimer when last seen in September. More needed.
First-time cheekpieces brought about plenty of improvement to finish second of 14 beaten 3½L on polytrack debut here earlier this month over 6f. Major player.
Dark Angel filly. Well held on four career starts to date and needs to show more sparkle before any faith is placed in her.
Last Year's Winner
Enchanted One (3/1), Gold Factory (5/1), Slieve Bearnagh (11/2), Shabra's O B (6/1), At War (13/2), Point Reyes (9/1), Amelia Jane (11/1), Mia Figilia (16/1), Adamaris (16/1), Depardieu (20/1), Camisra (20/1), Miss Adventurous (25/1), Almost A Dream (25/1), Brilliant Question (33/1), Footie (33/1), Wee Diamond (33/1), Cape Town Lady (40/1)
- Gold Factory
- Enchanted One
- At War
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