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She's A Fine Wine impresses on hurdles debut for De Bromhead

She's A Fine Wine made an impressive start to her career over jumps when registering a winning stable debut for Henry De Bromhead in the Mares Maiden Hurdle at Limerick.

A bumper winner at Southwell for Olly Murphy last season, the five-year-old was far from disgraced when finishing mid division in the Grade 2 Mares Bumper at Aintree on her final start.

Having her first run for new connections this afternoon, the daughter of Flemensfirth was always to the fore under Rachael Blackmore, as market rival Bestaline made much of the running.

Taking over travelling easily before three out, She's A Fine Wine never had to be asked a serious question as she strode to an impressive six-and-a-half length win at 4-7f.

Henry De Bromhead said: "I'm delighted for Michael and the Dempseys (owners), that's their first horse with us and she was a lovely one to get.

"She did it really nicely, jumped really well and hopefully has a good future ahead of her. I have no race in mind as we said we'd start here and see and we're not in any rush with her. There is a novice hurdle at Down Royal soon but we'll see."

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