Elsie had come up against very strong opposition before scoring here in May and looked just in need of the run on her reappearance at Tipperary. Shesafoxylady has made steady progress and went into many notebooks as one to follow when scoring impressively here two weeks ago. She'll come in for strong support but that could make the market for TOE THE LINE. John Kiely's youngster made a fine debut when beating No Cash Flow at Listowel last month and, as the runner-up has since come out and scored by 18l, the form looks outstanding and he can remain unbeaten. The remaining pair will need to have made great strides to get anywhere near a trio of promising types.
Elsie (IRE) 14-1 (11-0) Waited with, soon moderate 8th, closer in 6th under 5f out, no impression under pressure in 4th 1f out, kept on same pace, 4th of 11, 2 1/4l behind Wicklow Brave (11-13) at Tipperary 2m N H flat gd.
Magic Vixen (IRE) 11-1 (10-9) Towards rear, reminders after 9th, soon weakened, tailed off, 9th of 12, well behind Pyleigh Lass (10-9) at Wincanton 2m 6f mrs nov hdl (4) gd in Apr.
Shesafoxylady (IRE) 9-10fav (11-9) Chased leaders, 5th halfway, headway in 3rd 2f out, ridden to lead over 1f out, kept on strongly final furlong, won at Punchestown 2m mrs N H flat gf beating Behana (10-12) by 5l, 20 ran.
Toe The Line (IRE) 11-1 (11-0) Waited with towards rear, headway into 8th before straight, challenged and led from under 1f out, stayed on well, won at Listowel 2m 4yo nhf in Sep beating No Cash Flow (11-0) by 1l, 17 ran.
Mornington Belle (IRE) 25-1 (10-9) Rear of mid-division, no impression from 5f out, never a factor, 11th of 15, well behind Time For A Pint (11-7) at Downpatrick 2m 2f N H flat gd in Aug.