17:30 Dundalk Fri 9 March 2018
Last seen here 12 months ago when winning this race by ¾L from Go Kart off a 12lb lower mark. Not disgraced on turf in the spring in three starts but may find the weight a little too much.
Solid and consistent enough in six starts here since December over a variety of trips. Well beaten here last month and may have to settle for a place at best.
C&D winner, beaten favourite last time out when finishing fourth of six 2½L behind Brave Display over 5f when with trainer-Mark Fahey. Could be of interest kept to this trip on stable debut.
77-rated handicapper on turf for trainer-Robert Cowell winning two of his six starts. Worth a market check on stable and track debut.
C&D winner last time out in February finishing a head of the gallant and solid handicapper Bluesbreaker. Another bold show looks on the cards despite 5lb penalty.
Without a win or a place in three starts here and last seen on the track when finishing 17th of 19 beaten 6¼L at the Curragh in July. Looks opposable on return to the track.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Primo Uomo||5||9-8||8/1||Full Result|
|T: G O'LearyJ: N G McCullagh|
Oneoveryou (6/4), Plough Boy (5/2), Togoville (11/4), Primo Uomo (9/2), Captain Dion (9/2), Wadood (22/1), Idyllic Acrylic (25/1)
- Plough Boy
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