10-length bumper winner for Yeats

Ballinderry Moth (Yeats) winning a bumper at Killarney

Ballinderry Moth (4f Yeats-Power Of Future, by Definite Article) looked a hugely-talented filly when breaking her duck in a bumper at Killarney on Sunday.

The Sam Curling-trained filly is held in high regard by connections and, having finished second on her debut at Ffos Las, she took this competitive 14-runner bumper by 10 lengths.

Curling is considering running the filly, bred by John O’Connor, on the Flat. He told the Racing Post: “That was very good and I think a lot of her. She hadn´t done much before she went to Ffos Las and is only back in six weeks now. I think she´s a right good mare and she´ll either run in a winners´ bumper or Flat maiden next. She´ll go hurdling down the road.”

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