16:55 Tipperary Mon 14 May 2018
Two of his four career starts have been solid enough displays but has only been seen over trips of 7f and 1m. Market should be informative taking a drop in trip.
Promising Polytrack debut last month when hampered in the final furlong over 5f finishing fourth of eight beaten 1¼L before finishing a neck behind Tammy Wynette earlier this month. Needs to transfer AW form to turf.
€20,000 half-brother to a couple of AW winners fifth of six on debut when finding no extra inside the final furlong at Dundalk last month over 7f. Worth a market check with this drop in trip. .
Choisir colt, cost €38.000 as a yearling. Plenty of speed in his pedigree and half-brother to Smoothtalkinrascal and La Casa Tarifa. Tailed off on debut at the Curragh showing very little ability.
Hold up tactic appeared not to help when last seen in October at Dundalk following a promising run over 6f in a Navan maiden. Market likely to reveal expectations.
Dragon Pulse filly who cost 1,000 as a yearling. Shaped with some promise when fourth of 11 over 6f at this track on debut and should improve, although drop to 5f might not be in her favour.
Last Year's Winner
Early Call (6/4), Mm Sixsevei (5/2), Hot Stone (10/3), Malibu Magic (7/1), Pavlichenko (9/1), Simmonscourt (25/1)
- Early Call
- Hot Stone
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