19:20 Sligo Tue 22 May 2018
Maiden claiming contest winner at Tipperary (soft) over an extended 7f last year but failed to beat a rival home in two starts since joining this yard.
Fair efforts for Johnny Murtagh late last year but struggled since joining this yard and wears a tongue tie for the first time in this.
Well held on all three starts so far most recently over 1m at Gowran Park (soft-to-heavy) a fortnight ago. Blinkers applied for the first time on handicap debut.
Placed once from ten starts and finished a well beaten fifth over 7f at Gowran Park (soft-to-heavy) last time out. others make more appeal.
Placed over an extended 6f at Cork (soft-to-heavy) earlier this month and finished a fair fourth over 5f subsequently. One to note stepping back up in distance.
Ran well to finish runner-up in a 17 runner contest at Cork (1m2f, good) on seasonal debut last week. Dropping in trip on this occasion.
Held in three starts in maiden company and beaten 11½L when finishing seventh on handicap debut over this trip at Gowran Park (soft-to-heavy) last time. Wears cheekpieces for the first time.
Maiden after 14 starts and failed to build on a promising third over this trip at Dundalk in March when well held over 1m there subsequently.
Yet to place in nine career starts and stepping up in trip having finished sixth of 28 at The Curragh (5f, heavy) last time.
Struggled in three maiden races at two including on first outing since being gelded last time out. Making handicap and seasonal debut in this.
Well beaten in all five starts so far most recently over 5f at Dundalk in March. Cheekpieces tried on her return from a break.
Last Year's Winner
Eadbhard (7/2), Stormy Tale (4/1), Dandy Sue (6/1), Danehill Quest (13/2), Cantstoptherock (7/1), Bracebridge Hall (8/1), Mojambo (12/1), Taylor Velvet (16/1), March Fifteen (20/1), Blue Petal (25/1), Capitalist Queen (33/1)
- Stormy Tale
- Dandy Sue
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