- Date: 22 July 2021
- Going: GOOD
- Surface: Turf
- Status: Completed
Leopardstown Fillies Maiden (Class )
- Distance: 1m 2f
- Age: 3 years old+
- Runners: 7
- Prize: £12,000
- Race status: Weighed In
Kingman filly. Half-sister to useful 1m winner Rose de Pierre. Dam, 1¼m-1¾m winner who stayed 2m, half-sister to smart 7f-1¼m winner Rock Critic. Very interesting newcomer.
Dansili filly. Sister to smart 9f/1¼m winner Carla Bianca and useful 1m winner Mia Maria and half-sister to 3 winners, including useful 7f winner Joailliere. 1 of 2 appealing newcomers for yard.
Twice-raced filly. Sixth of 16 in maiden (14/1) at the Curragh (8f, good to firm) 25 days ago. Up in trip. Should improve.
Once-raced filly. Last of 10 in maiden at this course (8f, good to soft, 14/1) on debut. Off 12 months. Up in trip. Yard in good form. May well do better.
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Twice-raced filly. Sixth of 14 in maiden (11/2) at Dundalk (8f). Off 7 months. Up in trip.
Twice-raced filly. Fifth of 10 in minor event at Yarmouth (10.1f, good to firm, 11/2). Off 12 months. First run for yard after leaving Roger Varian. Open to improvement.
Twice-raced filly. 50/1, seventh of 10 in maiden at the Curragh (10f, good to soft) 27 days ago, not knocked about. Should progress.
Dermot Weld saddles a pair of appealing newcomers in PIERRE PRECIEUSE and Tina Angelina in this maiden, and it will be interesting to see how they shape up in the betting. As things stand, preference is for the former, who ticks plenty of the right boxes on paper. Saran and Simply Incredible should both do better in time, while Summit Star is one to keep an eye on.