Aidan O'Brien has won this three times in recent years but, on the whole, this season's crop of juveniles have needed a run. I am Beautiful, a half-sister to the Group 1 winner Rumpelstiltskin among others, was beaten a long way on testing ground at the Curragh but Simply A Star, a half-sister to Bracelet who won this last year, showed good pace for most of the way behind Icy Lady at Naas. With Ger Lyons in outstanding form Brown Bee, who cost 130,000 euros, has to be considered along with David Wachman's pair Curlylocks and Queen Nefertiti, both daughters of Galileo. Star Street made a reasonable debut over 7f at Limerick and the very fast ground could have been against her but the vote, in an interesting maiden, goes to SUGAR MILL as she's by Oasis Dream out of a two-year-old Listed winner whose first foal was a winner. Acid should win races in time though she's related to several middle-distance winners.
Acid Clodovil filly out of Pulau Pinang.
Brown Bee (IRE) Camacho filly out of Amber Tide.
Curlylocks (IRE) Galileo filly out of Meow.
Daisy Walker (IRE) Azamour filly out of Sheer Spirit.
I Am Beautiful (IRE) 16-1 (9-0) Dwelt, towards rear, switched right away from rail approaching final furlong, soon 12th and no impression, 10th of 13, 21l behind Jeanne Girl (9-0) at Curragh 6f 2yo fll mdn in May.
Queen Nefertiti (IRE) Galileo filly out of Chintz.
Simply A Star (IRE) 8-1 (9-0) Towards rear, ridden along 2f out, and soon no impression, kept on same pace final furlong, 6th of 9, 9l behind Icy Lady (9-0) at Naas 6f 2yo fll mdn in May.
Star Street (IRE) 10-1 (8-11) Mid-division, 6th halfway, pushed along and went 4th 150 yards out, no impression and kept on one pace, 4th of 12, 8l behind Back To Base (9-0) at Limerick 7f 2yo flls mdn auc stks gf.
Sugar Mill Oasis Dream filly out of Honest Quality.
Well Done Me (IRE) Moss Vale filly out of Passaggio.