Sunday 12th August
Loder Irish EBF Fillies Race (Plus 10 Race) (Class )
Distance: 7f Going: Good
No myracing analysis available for this race
Getting 7lb from the two winners in the line-up LADY KAYA may be able to capitalise. Newcomer Pink Dogwood rates a big danger.
J: Wayne Lordan
T: Mrs John Harrington
Turned over a long odds-on favourite when scoring at Gowran on debut, showing a good attitude to get up by a nose. Should be more to come given the yard, though there needs to be.
Turned over a long odds-on stablemate of Fulminate when scoring at Gowran at first attempt
J: Colin Keane
T: G M Lyons
Well-bred daughter of Charm Spirit who made a winning start at Fairyhouse last month, flying home late for a comfortable success. She has to concede a penalty, but her turn of foot on debut was taking and she can put her experience to good use.
Looked on the raw side but basically created good impression when winning first time out
J: Robbie Colgan
T: Ms Sheila Lavery
12,000 euro purchase, half-sister to six winners including the speedy Illegally Blonde. Her third on debut over six furlongs here was promising and a step up in distance looks sure to suit, so she's certainly one to note.
Made bright start to her career when third to the promising Decrypt over 6f here in June
J: W J Lee
T: W McCreery
Bumped at the start on debut and proved far too green to give her actual running, only seventh behind Dragon Roll. She's entitled to improve, but a turnaround is unlikely, given what she showed that day.
Ran green on debut at Gowran, should improve but safely held by the winner Dragon Roll
J: Kevin Manning
T: J S Bolger
Goes for the yard who won this contest from 2007 to 2011, though this daughter of Vocalised looks more than likely to improve for further in time. Yard not quite at their peak in recent weeks.
Stable won this event five years in a row between 2007 and 2011, out of luck since
J: Chris Hayes
T: Madeleine Tylicki
Daughter of Zebedee, half-sister to three winners, though in the context of this race, they were modest. This a very tough introduction and she would be down the pecking order.
Zebedee filly is a half-sister to a couple of winners, set very demanding task for debut
J: Ryan Moore
T: A P O'Brien
380,000 euro daughter of Camelot, sister to the Irish Derby winner Latrobe. She's a likely type on paper and really catches the eye on pedigree, but even the yard's better runners can need their debut, as her brother did.
Noteworthy sort but will need to be an earlier type than Classic-winning brother Latrobe
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