The six year old owned by JP McManus started her career in 2018 when winning at Ballinrobe on her bumper debut, beating a field of 14 with ease.
The daughter of Jeremy was then tried over hurdles where she finished a narrow second to a nice horse from Henry De Bromhead's yard called Put The Kettle On, who has since gone on to win the Arkle Chase.
She was tried back in bumpers after her one and only hurdles run and she got back to winning ways at Naas and then landing a Listed bumper at Fairyhouse to back up her credentials.
Her final test of the 2019 season was at the Punchestown Festival landing the Grade Three national hunt flat race beating some superb horses.
Many think that this mare would have gone close in the Champion Bumper but was ruled out of the race due to running over hurdles during the season.
She was set to start her campaign for last years national hunt season with her trainer very bullish about her chances in some big hurdle contests, but sadly for the yard and connections she picked up an injury that ruled her out of the whole term.
She is set to come back in good health for the 2020/21 season with Peter Fahey sticking with a hurdles campaign and she really could be very special.