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By Press Association Sport Staff. Last Updated: August 16, 2009 5:44pm
Jim Bolger - trains Curragh winner.
Gile Na Greine made a highly promising debut when overcoming a lack of experience in the Loder EBF Fillies Race at the Curragh on Sunday.
Trained by Jim Bolger, the daughter of Galileo is a full sister to stablemate Cuis Ghaire and showed she at least has a decent level of ability.
Kevin Prendergast's Jade Jewel was all the rage and was sent off the 6-4 favourite, while Aidan O'Brien's Black Eyed Susan, a daughter of Montjeu, was also well fancied.
The three pulled miles clear inside the final furlong but Gile Na Greine (6-1) stamped her authority on the contest and won by a length and a quarter in the end.
Bolger said: "Cuis Ghaire (runner-up in this year's English 1000 Guineas) would be pacier than Gile Na Greine but Gile Na Greine will stay better - we'll have to think about running her in the Moyglare Stakes next."
She was given a quote of 25-1 for next year's 1000 Guineas at Newmarket by Stan James.