17:45 Dundalk Fri 6 December 2019
- Irish Stallion Farms EBF Median Auction Fillies Maiden (Plus 10)
- 16 Runners
- Surface: Polytrack
Daughter of Gutaifan out of a Street Cry mare. Dam, a seven race maiden for trainer Roger Varian. No impression approaching final furlong fading to finish 12th of the 14 runners on debut here over 5f early last month. Hard to fancy.
Daughter of Requinto out of a Oratorio mare. Dam unraced half-sister to Leningrad winner over 1m2f. Worth a check in the market for yard who are one from three with their two-year-olds on the AW this season.
Dandy Man filly. Half-sister to several winners, including useful 7f-1m1f winner Kinky Afro and two-year-old winner Fullback. Needs to improve on desperate debut at Navan when last seen in May.
Has run to a solid level on all six starts. Sixth of seven but not disgraced over a similar trip at Leopardstown when last seen in October. Has the turf form to make a bold bid on first polytrack start.
Daughter of Bated Breath out of a Royal Applause mare. Closely related to a couple of poor maidens. Pleasing effort on debut to finish fourth of 14 beaten 2½L over C&D in the early part of last month. Likable type who should be in the mix.
Es Que Love filly. Made just €6,500 as a yearling. Not much to shout about in a couple of initial career starts in summer. In the right hands to be making significant improvement.
Daughter of Hallowed Crown out of a Cape Cross mare. Cost €8,000 as a two-year-old. Half-sister to Solitary Love a winner over 1m as a two-year-old. Possibly best watched on debut representing yard who a just one from 16 with AW juveniles.
Filly by War Command out of a Street Cry mare. Closely related to Argenterie winner over 7f and Shir Khan, successful at 1m1½f. Poor form in a couple of career starts at this venue so far and more needed here.
Ivawood filly out of a High Chaparral mare. Inexpensive €1,000 yearling. Dam won over 1m. Half-sister to Hills And Dales victorious between 6f and 1m. Likely to need the experience on debut.
Daughter of Tagula out of a Gone West mare. Closely related to winner on the Flat Izvestia and Tagur. More needed than her dismal effort on debut over C&D last month.
Dandy Man filly. Half-sister to 7f winner Jose Echegary and juvenile winner Sankari Royale. Well held in a couple of early starts so far, both runs coming over 6f at Naas. Others look more convincing.
Daughter of Slade Power out of a Bernstein mare. Half-sister to Milo's Lass a winner over 6f. Likely to need the run on debut but no surprise to witness a bold bid.
Filly by Power out of a Alamshar mare. Half-sister to Pedisnap, winner over 7f/1m and stablemate, Snapraeceps, winner over 1m. Pleasing effort on debut to finish third of 13 not beaten far over C&D last month. Likely to improve on that run here.
Tagula filly. Dam a two-year-old 7f winner who stayed beyond the mile, half-sister to useful winner up to 1m½f Medieval. Two decent efforts in maidens so far but altogether different task on her hands now.
First Reserve: Dream Ahead filly out of a Teofilo mare. Dam twice-raced half-sister to useful Haley Bop a winner over 1m. Needs a chunk of improvement based on her first couple of starts over C&D last month.
Second Reserve: Tamayuz filly who was foaled on May 4 and and cost €16,000 as a yearling. Her dam won over 6f as a two-year-old. No impression before weakening to finish 40L adrift of the winner on debut over 1m at Naas last month.
Last Year's Winner
In The Present (13/8), Snapollentia (7/4), Taggalo (5/1), Ioronta (15/2), Sister Lola (12/1), Our Shakila (14/1), Nice Mistake (14/1), Rudrama Devi (33/1), Rosiewood (33/1), Tamayuz's Gold (33/1), Apple Valley (50/1), Gypsy Dancer (50/1), Natahoolababy (50/1), Banchory (50/1), Sankari Del Reine (66/1), Clippings Of Tin (100/1)
- In The Present
- Our Shakila
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