18:00 Roscommon Mon 11 June 2018
Gelded son of Paco Boy and a half-brother to useful Flat and jumps performer Charm School. Nothing of note in three starts.
Well beaten in five career starts in his juvenile campaign and first time cheekpieces unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
19,000gns yearling by Equiano out of a 7f-1m winner in Italy. Well beaten and no impression in two career starts on the AW at Dundalk in November. Hard to make a case for here on return.
10-race maiden for previous yard but finished second of five last month in a Fairyhouse maiden over 1m2f on good to firm ground. Worth a check in the market and place claims on best form.
Well beaten and never nearer in two juvenile starts last term. First time hood fitted here but unlikely to bring about any improvement.
Continues to baffle connections by remaining a maiden after 11 starts, often having been well supported in the betting. Hard to place any faith in.
Solid and consistent performer in five starts since March running well on the AW at Dundalk before a fine third of 16 beaten 2½L in a Gowran Park handicap last month.
Camacho filly out of a Greenwood Lake mare related to Humidor, Arctic Feeling and recent Bath winner Big Lachie. Market likely to reveal chances on tough debut.
Five-race maiden on the AW at Dundalk well beaten on each start and faces an uphill quest here on turf debut.
Will have disappointed connections with a number of dismal displays including a 7L defeat on return to the track earlier this month. First-time cheepieces unlikely to make any difference.
Has shown little or no ability in a couple of handicap starts last month at Gowran Park and Sligo when well beaten 22L. Reduced mark a positive but difficult to see any light at the end of the tunnel.
Well beaten in two turf starts at Cork and Navan recently and has plenty improvement to find despite falling handicap mark.
Harbour Watch filly out of a Iffraaj mare related to winners Financial Conduct, Rayon Vert and Tis Marvellous. Plenty to prove following heavy defeats at Dundalk and Fairyhouse last month.
Maiden after 15 starts and failed to build on a promising third at Dundalk in March with two desolate displays at the same track and Sligo last month.
Last Year's Winner
Daliyah (11/4), Innamorare (10/3), Descendant (9/2), Dragon Girl (6/1), Magical Link (15/2), Eadbhard (10/1), Maricruz (12/1), Rhythm Of Love (14/1), Cantstoptherock (16/1), Taylor Velvet (33/1), Zwack (33/1), Rock In Society (33/1), The Perch (50/1), Sarzana (66/1), Jango Fett (66/1)
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