14:25 Limerick Sun 20 May 2018
By Milan out of a Darshaan mare, well related to 169-rated, Champion hurdle winner, Jezki and Grand National winner, One For Arthur. No extra when showing plenty of greeness on debut in a Ballinrobe bumper when last seen in August.
Put a heavy defeat on bottomless ground on hurdling debut at Fairyhouse in January behind him when finishing runner up on two occasions since the turn of the year. Should be in the mix.
Winner of a Fairyhouse bumper in October but hasn't kicked on as expected and liable to find a couple stronger in this contest.
Poor in a number of summer bumpers last year and has been left toiling in a number of point-to-point contests since including pulling up over 3m last month. Plenty more needed.
Never involved in a bumper and two hurdles starts including being pulled up before two out at Fairyhouse in February and a 119 defeat at Ballinrobe last month. Likely to struggle once more.
Daughter of Cloudings out of a Beneficial mare related to Many Clouds, Cloudy Dream and recent Newton Abbot winner Moorlands Jack. No fluent when fading to finish last of 15 on maiden hurdle debut last month at Limerick.
Daughter of Primary out of a Milan mare related to stout hurdling types Jezki and Raya Star. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Nothing of any note in four disappointing bumpers in her career to date. Best watched going hurdling for the first time.
Continued the improvement of her Ballinrobe show when finishing fourth of 12 beaten 6¾L in a Wexford maiden hurdle earlier this month. Worth noting in the betting.
Veteran of 12 races under rules who won a bumper here in December 2016. Struggled in three handicaps and worth a market check dropping back in to a maiden.
Sired by the great Yeats, her dam was a winner over hurdles. One pace over a furlong out never on terms when finishing sixth of 12 beaten 17L on debut in a Kilbeggan bumper in June. Looks opposable.
Has been running at a fairly consistent level over hurdles. Came off the bridle at halfway last time and plugged on for third at Fairyhouse before finding the step up in trip too much when weakening at Wexford earlier this month.
Daughter of Gold Well out of a Glacial Storm mare related to stoutly bred national hunt sorts Johns Spirit, Holywell and Irish Grand National winner General Principle. Looks up against it here.
Pulled up on debut at Tramore last month before a 30L defeat in a Cork maiden hurdle over 2m when weakening three out eventually beaten 30L. Hard to see her making any significant impact.
Last Year's Winner
|T: T J Nagle-JrJ: D E Mullins|
Bang Bang Rosie (4/6), Biddy The Boss (5/2), Chisholm Trail (6/1), Monastery (9/1), Little Princess (10/1), Kilbarry Angel (12/1), Torquay (14/1), Yeats Mardy (50/1), Seangoell (50/1), Aasleagh Dawn (50/1), Sunshineandshowers (50/1), Icostnothing (66/1), Just Klass (100/1), Boolavondream (100/1), Flight Code (100/1), Feisty Madam (100/1)
- Bang Bang Rosie
- Kilbarry Angel
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