Pretty Pollyana put up another serious performance to win the Prix Morny at Deauville on Sunday but it may be that she will be a sprinter going forward
Michael Bell won the Prix Morny with Hoh Magic in 1994 and Pretty Pollyanna pulled it off again last Sunday at Deauville
Daragh Ó Conchúir talks John Quinn who learnt his trade from the best and has trained both Cheltenham and Royal Ascot winners
Michael Bell's filly has the outstanding piece of form in the Morny but a French-trained filly may keep the Prix Jean Romanet at home
There were a handful of juvenile winners who impressed on the clock in the period under review, including two at the Curragh and Lingfield
Signora Cabello is now established as one of the very best of her generation. Leo Powell looks at her family
"She took a bit of time to hit top gear but was very courageous in the last two furlongs. I think that it was a solid Group 2"
The unbeaten colt should be perfectly at home over this course and distance
"All she’s done is improve all along. She’s very laid back but has a good mind and plenty of ability"
Mark Johnston could send Threading to the Irish 1000 Guineas after her win at York; David Menuisier landed a gamble with Thundering Blue
The regally-related mare is in foal to Decorated Knight's sire, Galileo, and was one of seven to sell for a seven-figure sum on day two of the Tattersalls December Mare Sale
By Irish Field Contributor on 04 December 2018
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