17:40 Curragh Sat 9 June 2018
Successful three times over jumps and also the winner of a bumper. Held over hurdles the last twice and probably best watched at present.
In good form over hurdles of late winning on heavy ground at Tramore in April prior to a success on soft at Kilbeggan last time out. Worth a check in the market on Flat debut.
Fair seventh when making his debut over 1m2f at Navan (good-to-firm) last month. Represents leading connections and is an interesting runner in this.
Unraced son of Oasis Dream purchased for €140,000 as a yearling. Dam was a winner twice over 1m and he is worth a check in the market on debut.
Finished runner-up on all three starts so far including in a Group 3 contest at The Curragh (1m2f, good-to-firm) last time. Likely to prove hard to beat stepping up in trip and dropping markedly in grade.
Unraced home-bred Kaieteur colt out of an unraced mare. Others make more appeal on his first appearance on the track.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Mr Everest||4||10-5||10/1||Full Result|
|T: Joseph P O'BrienJ: D O'Brien|
Latrobe (1/7), Baliyad (8/1), Desert Chorus (9/1), Tornado Watch (16/1), Whatharm (20/1), Jack The Wire (28/1), Mulligan Choice (40/1)
- Desert Chorus
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Ben Linfoot is back in the Nap hot-seat on Wednesday and he's taking a chance on a novice chaser who looks potentially well treated.
Angel Palanas is Keith Hamer's best Tuesday bet and he has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
Matt Brocklebank has already had winners at 33/1 and 12/1 this jumps season - don't miss his 16/1 antepost recommendation for Ascot this weekend.