19:50 Punchestown Wed 13 June 2018
50/1 for both hurdling starts so far and beaten a long way on each occasion. Hard to make a case for her here and handicaps should suit after this.
Promising second of 10 in a Ballinrobe maiden hurdle when last seen in August improving from a couple of disappointments early. May need the run on return.
Related to stout jumpers Modem and Modus and made a pleasing start over hurdles at Listowel last week when managing to finish third despite her saddle slipping. That is the best piece of form on offer here and is a player.
Unraced daughter of Showcasing and a half-sister to winner Tres Amigos. Others make more appeal on her first outing on the track.
Beaten out of sight in a couple of hurdling runs at around this time last year. Needs major improvement to play a part in here. Cheekpieces go on for the first time.
One start in a bumper back in October when sent off at 33/1 an was beaten 66L. Type to do better now tackling hurdles but needs serious improvement to be involved.
Tramore bumper winner on good ground in August 2016. Jumping errors crept in on hurdling debut when last seen just over a year ago. Clearly has some ability and has probably had a few problems too. Market check needed.
Decent effort when near 20L third on debut at Thurles (2m, heavy) in March but took a backwards step since and hard to enthuse over win prospects here.
Best effort to date when finishing fourth at Limerick (2m3f, good) last time. Drop in trip asks another question and not the obvious type to back one good run up with another.
Generally poor performances failing to finish in seven of her 12 point-to-point starts and look up against it here.
Daughter of Gold Well out of a Carroll House mare related to solid types Holywell, Johns Spirit and Irish Grand National winner General Principle. Beaten a long way on debut two weeks ago and plenty more needed here.
Returned from an absence to be well beaten (34L) over C&D (good) last month. Needs to step up on that considerably to take a hand in the finish here.
Ran well several times in bumpers in Britain before moving to this yard. Disappointing efforts in a bumper and maiden hurdle since. been off the track for over a year and market best guide.
Bumper winner who has yet to go close over hurdles. Cheekpeices go on for first start in over a year and ay well need the run.
Beaten 61L & 66L in two bumper efforts so far. Needs the switch to hurdling to bring about plenty of improvement if she is to be involved here.
Stowaway mare who dam was a fairly modest winning hurdler. Tailed off on both starts so far and very difficult to make a case for anything better here.
two very pleasing efforts so far over hurdles. Went really close when finishing second at Listowel (2m, good) last week and is a major player once again here if in the same mood.
25/1 and beaten quite a long way on hurdling debut over C&D last month. Yard also have Timetoget & Rovetta so interesting to see how she goes in the market compared to her stablemates on second start.
100/1 and beaten 37L on hurdling debut at Tramore (2m5f, good) two weeks ago. Drops back markedly in trip here and needs major improvement from first run to take a hand.
Sent off at 50/1 for hurdling debut at Cork on heavy ground last month and finished tailed off. Chance that this better ground will suit more and better can be expected.
100/1 and beaten a long way over C&D on first hurdles start four weeks ago. Needs rapid improvement to be involved here.
Half-sister to four-time winner Emerging Talent. Beaten a long way on hurdling debut at Tipperary (2m4f, good) three weeks ago. Drops back in trip here and much more needed.
Mountain High filly. Dam was placed at 2m-2m4f over hurdles and was a winner of a point-to-point. Market will be a good guide on rules debut.
One of three in here for Jessie Harrington. Made a pleasing start over hurdles when fourth at Tipperary (2m, good). Shaped with promise there and should be more to come.
Fair flat performer but beaten a long way on hurdles/stable debut at Kilbeggan last time. Needs plenty more to be involved.
Last Year's Winner
Timetoget (5/4), Ayr Of Elegance (5/2), Rovetta (9/2), Red Pearl (12/1), Frazel Express (12/1), Gambling Mistress (25/1), Just Klass (28/1), Raveloe (28/1), Hey Groovy (33/1), Lilymae (33/1), Aasleagh Dawn (40/1), Aimee Kate (40/1), Our Roxane (50/1), Rebel Early (50/1), Little Gold (50/1), Zinat (66/1), Dalmarella Dancer (66/1), Lilly Geal (66/1), Dunloe Lady (66/1), La Belle De Paris (66/1), My Baby Kelsey (80/1), Shimmer And Shine (80/1), Ticaticatee (80/1), Longtimesincejaspr (100/1), Caldas Novas (100/1), Lettherebenopanic (N/A), Annie Iraya (N/A), Glamorous Nellie (N/A)
- Ayr Of Elegance
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