16:30 Killarney Sun 13 May 2018
First-time tongue-tie unlikely to bring about the required improvement needed to play a role here following three desolate displays since March. Unlikely to pay a role here.
C&D winner who has been consistent in a number chase efforts over the summer and on return at Cork when second of nine beaten 1¼L last month before disappointing in a Leopardstown handicap chase when last seen on December. Tough ask.
Well beaten and not a lot to shout about in three poor chasing displays since the turn of the year. Vast improvement needed to figure.
Beaten favourite earlier when last seen - May 2017 - in this contest on good ground over 2m4½f finishing 1½L second of 14 behind Dark Outsider. Looks a tall order returning from a break.
Solid and consistent handicap hurdler in three starts between December and March winning on two occasions. Better hurdler than chaser but looks on an attractive mark on handicap debut.
Distance winner and finished a promising second of 10 last month in a Tramore handicap chase in first time cheekpieces. Needs to improve but not ruled out.
Distance winner who was brought down on seasonal debut earlier this month when trailing in seventh at the last in a Cork handicap hurdle. Unlikely to play a part in the finish.
Point-to-point winner who has made little in impression in five starts under Rules including on handicap chase debut at Kilbeggan last month. Others preferred.
Well beaten and nothing of note in four chase starts since the turn of the year and unlikely to play a role in the finish here.
Unreliable sort without a win in 12 starts over the larger obstacles. First time hood and tongue-tie combination unlikely to bring about required improvement.
Last Year's Winner
|T: James DulleaJ: D E Mullins|
Shower Cross (9/10), Dark Outsider (7/1), Analyse That (7/1), Winter Breeze (8/1), Swift (10/1), Hand Of The King (10/1), Not For You (10/1), Open To The World (12/1), Enduring Love (14/1), Roevin Star (16/1), Danboru (20/1), Attalco (20/1), Do Be Doin' (25/1), Model Cloud (25/1)
- Not For You
- Shower Cross
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