1 - CORAL BEACH
Useful performer: won maiden at Cork and Killavullan Stakes at Leopardstown (by length from Guaranteed) in 2018: off 7 months, 31/1, never a threat when 4 lengths eighth of 10 to Castle Lady in Poule d'Essai des Pouliches at Longchamp last time: stays 1m: acts on polytrack, good to firm and heavy going: sometimes in tongue tie: sometimes slowly away.
Lucky 13! Something of a surprise in the feature Killavullen Stakes, but the tough juvenile Coral Beach lands her biggest prize on her 13th start this season in the Group 3 feature at @LeopardstownRC under Michael Hussey for @Ballydoyle: pic.twitter.com/xhWtKySipe— At The Races (@AtTheRaces) October 20, 2018
2 - DEAN STREET DOLL
€80,000Y: second foal: dam, useful winner up to 11f (2-y-o 8.5f winner) in France/Germany, sister to useful winner up to 1¼m Hanami: useful form: won 15-runner maiden at Limerick in April by ¾ length from Silk Forest: 11/2, again improved when 1¼ lengths second of 10 to Hamariyna in Derrinstown Stud 1000 Guineas Trial at Leopardstown last time, weaving through and never nearer: stays 1m: capable of better still.
3 - EAST
€315,000 2-y-o: sixth foal: sister to 1m winner Golden Hooves and half-sister to useful winner up to 7f Ashaadd (2-y-o 6f winner, by Dansili): dam 2-y-o 6f winner (stayed 7f): useful form: won minor event at Hamilton and Prix Thomas Bryon at Saint-Cloud (by 2½ lengths from Pretty Boy) in 2018: did well under circumstances when 6¾ lengths second of 14 to Newspaperofrecord in Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf at Churchill Downs final 2-y-o start: off 6 months, 41/10, 1½ lengths third of 10 to Castle Lady in Poule d'Essai des Pouliches at Longchamp last time, running on: stays 1m.
4 - FAIRYLAND
Strong, compact filly: smart performer: successful 4 of 5 starts in 2018, including Lowther Stakes at York and Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket (by neck from The Mackem Bullet): off 7 months, 15/2, creditable 2 lengths fifth of 15 to Hermosa in 1000 Guineas at Newmarket last time, not quite staying longer trip: likely to prove best at short of 1m: acts on soft and good to firm going: usually front runner/races prominently, often travels strongly.
5 - FOXTROT LIV
Useful performer: fifth in Athasi Stakes at the Curragh (1¾ lengths behind Happen) in May: 4/7, didn't need to improve when won 5-runner minor event at Killarney last time by 6 lengths from Lafayette Hill, forging clear once leading under 2f out: stays 1m: acts on soft and good to firm going: races prominently, usually travels strongly.
6 - HERMOSA
Good-topped filly: smart performer: won maiden at Galway and C. L. & M. F. Weld Park Stakes at Naas in 2018: good second after in Fillies Mile at Newmarket and Criterium International at Chantilly: off 6 months, 14/1, also won 15-runner 1000 Guineas at Newmarket last time by length from Lady Kaya, staying strongly having made all: will be suited by 1½m: acts on soft and good to firm going: usually races close up: open to further improvement.
The Aidan O'Brien trained HERMOSA provides the Ballydoyle handler with a Guineas double, as she runs out a nice winner of the 1000 Guineas at @NewmarketRace, under @waynemlordan!— TimeformLive (@TimeformLive) May 5, 2019
7 - IRIDESSA
Strong, well-made filly: sixth foal: half-sister to 9.7f winner Caterina (by Medicean) and 7f winner Dream And Hope (by Royal Applause): dam unraced: smart performer: won minor event at Killarney and Fillies' Mile at Newmarket (by 1½ lengths from Hermosa) in 2018: 6/1, only 2½ lengths eighth of 15 to Hermosa in 1000 Guineas at Newmarket last time, needing stiffer test: will be suited by 1¼m+: acts on good to firm going.
8 - JUST WONDERFUL
Smallish, strong filly: useful performer: won maiden and Flame of Tara Stakes at the Curragh, and Rockfel Stakes at Newmarket (by 1¾ lengths from Dandhu) in 2018: off 6 months, 13/2, creditable 2¼ lengths sixth of 15 to Hermosa in 1000 Guineas at Newmarket last time, despite looking ill at ease on track: stays 1m: acts on good to firm and good to soft going: usually races off pace.
9 - PRETTY POLLYANNA
Strong, good-bodied filly: third foal: half-sister to 7f winner Preobrajenska (by Paco Boy) and 2-y-o 7f winner Roulette (by Poet's Voice): dam unraced half-sister to useful winner up to 9f Gender Agenda: smart performer: won maiden at Yarmouth, Duchess of Cambridge Stakes at Newmarket (by 7 lengths from Angel's Hideaway) and Prix Morny at Deauville (by ¾ length from Signora Cabello) in 2018: below form at Newmarket last 2 starts, fourth in Cheveley Park Stakes (1¾ lengths behind Fairyland) and third (2¼ lengths behind Iridessa, outstayed) in Fillies' Mile: stays 6f: acts on good to firm going.
PRETTY POLLYANNA stays out of trouble and powers away to land the (Group 2) Dutchess Of Cambridge Stakes at Newmarket under Champion Jockey Silvestre De Sousa— TimeformLive (@TimeformLive) July 13, 2018
10 - QABALA
$300,000F: well-made filly: fifth foal: half-sister to minor North American winners by Lemon Drop Kid and Tapizar: dam lightly-raced half-sister to smart 7.5f winner Filimbi out of very smart 9f/1¼m winner Flute: smart form: won maiden in 2018 and Nell Gwyn Stakes (by 1¾ lengths from Mot Juste) in April, both at Newmarket: 7/2, improved further when 1¼ lengths third of 15 to Hermosa in 1000 Guineas at same course last time, despite still green: stays 1m: capable of better still.
Have we just seen the 2019 1,000 Guineas winner? 🤔🏇— TimeformLive (@TimeformLive) April 16, 2019
QABALA remains unbeaten, scoring with a taking display in the (Group 3) Nell Gwyn Stakes, for @varianstable and David Egan at @NewmarketRace!
Ryan Moore looked beyond HERMOSA in favour of Just Wonderful in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket 3 weeks ago, but switches allegiance here in light of Hermosa's dominant front-running display on the Rowley Mile. The Galileo filly will prove a tough nut to crack if performing to that level here. Qabala still looked far from the finished article when third at Newmarket and she is feared most.