This Willie Mullins trained five year old is one of the stables hurdling superstars and after her performances on her debut season over those obstacles she has shown she is a force to be reckoned with.
Last season she raced four times starting in a maiden at Tramore where she bolted up and shaped like a real talent. From there The daughter of Spanish Moon went to Fairyhouse and after a single maiden bolted up in a Grade 3 and set her sites for the festival in March.
She went on to run on the Thursday in the Grade 2 Mares Novice Hurdle and was the easiest winner of the week with all Paul Townend needing to do was steer her to victory and she romped home by 18 lengths and was the easiest winner of the week and from there the cries were for her to head for the Champion Hurdle next season.
She finished her debut hurdling season with her first Group 1 of the season at Fairyhouse in another Mares Novice Hurdle contest showing in that division she was head and shoulders above the rest.
She is set to have her seasonal return at Ascot this Saturday in the Coral Hurdle and is odds on at 8/13. She is a horse that could be an unbelievable talent stepping up to black type conditions in her second season over the jumps and we fancy her to land the Champion Hurdle.