16:55 Naas Sat 10 February 2018

  • Bank Of Ireland Kildare Supporting Naas RFC (Pro/Am) Flat Race
  • 2m, Heavy
  • 8 Runners
  • Winner€6,160.002nd€1,910.003rd€910.004th€410.005th€160.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:4m 31.1sOff time:16:55:15
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11/8

By Definite Article out of a Tap On Wood mare related to The Crafty Butcher, Bob Ford and Friday Kempton winner Bigbadjohn. Worth a market check.

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2
411-7OR:
22/1

Arcadio gelding out of a Oscar mare related to The Game Changer and Grade 1 Manifesto novice chase winner Flying Angel. Looks a long-term prospect.

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3
411-7OR:
7/1

€33,000 as a three-year-old by Youmzain out of a Martaline mare. Plenty of winners on the dams side including Dynaste and Agrapart. Claims with eye-catching jockey booking.

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4
411-7OR:
9/1

Gelding by Mastercraftsman out of a Doyoun mare related to top flat performer The Grey Gatsby and winning hurdlers Wolf Of Windlesham and Becky The Thatcher. Claims following promising debut at Gowran Park last month.

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5
411-7OR:
7/1

Gelding by Muhtathir out of a Barathea mare related to Twinlight and Pacha Du Polda. Place claims at best and market likely to be a guide.

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6
411-7OR:
8/1

Gelding by Derby winner Sir Percy out of a Monsun mare related to genuine types Presenting Percy, Cornborough and recent Sandown novice handicap hurdle winner Landin. Plenty to like about debut bumper performance at Gowran Park last month.

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7
7/2

Jeremy gelding out of a High Chaparral mare related to Our Conor, Jers Girl and multiple winner Unison. Market likely to reveal expectations.

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8
411-0OR:
18/1

Daughter of Stowaway out of a Gulland mare related to Hidden Cyclone, Outlander and Champagne Fever. Big ask for the only filly in the race on debut.

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Last Year's Winner

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Betting

Forecast

Balliniska Band (11/8), Polished Steel (7/2), Eagle Roque (7/1), Magistralis (7/1), Major Fawcett (8/1), Feelin' Groovy (9/1), Brazen Bay (18/1), Curramore (22/1)

Verdict

A wide open bumper to close proceedings with plenty of flat speed pedigrees on parade. FEELIN' GROOVY is taken to take advantage of his more inexperienced rivals to land the spoils following a likable display on debut when third of eight at Gowran Park last month. Major Fawcett was 2½L adrift of the selection on debut can give him plenty to think about along with newcomers Polished Steel and Eagle Roque.
  1. Feelin' Groovy
  2. Eagle Roque
  3. Major Fawcett

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