“She always showed a bit and she should have won a point-to-point last year when unseating,” said Hourigan.
“It was nice ground that day in Boulta and the ground is the key to her. I decided I'd go during the summer with her and she's been good.
“Her jumping is very good, she's brilliant, and she has a great head on her.
“She's bred to win an Oaks but she cost nothing. I bought two fillies at the sales the same day for peanuts and I said I'd give them to the grandchildren. She's named after the seven grandchildren I had at the time, that's the initials of them all.
“I'd like to be at home now to hear them roaring at the television!”
This former handicap hurdle winner was third on chasing debut at Limerick in July.