17:50 Sligo Tue 19 June 2018
Plenty of promise in two starts this term at Navan and Roscommon last month. Capable of a big run in this race grade.
Generally weld held in a number of maiden starts and on handicap debut in March. First-time cheekpieces may assist in this company.
Daughter of Bushranger bought cheaply as a yearling and well held on debut here over 7f last month. Liable to find a couple stronger in this.
Winner for the David O'Meara yard in 2016 and has been generally over the jumps since joining this yard in March last year. Doesn't appear to handle the ground and others preferred.
Won a handicap at Dundalk in March and showed plenty of promise on return to fast ground last month at Gowran Park when second of 12 and capable of another bold show here.
Well beaten and never nearer in a number of desolate displays since April and now races 14lb lower than his last winning mark but worth a market check in this company.
C&D winner sometime ago for this popular veteran who has been hurdling recently. Races off 1lb higher than his last winning mark but time appears to have caught him up.
Three from 46 on turf and does most of is racing on the AW at Dundalk nowadays. Will need to raise overall performance to land a blow here.
Three career wins have come on the AW at Dundalk on still remains a 20-race maiden on turf. Plenty to prove in this contest.
Nothing of note since finishing second eight in a Clonmel claimer last month, well held on three starts since. Well below par form looks set to continue.
Last Year's Winner
The Lords Walk (5/4), Pando (11/8), Percy B Shelley (6/1), Mighty Whitey (7/1), Specific Gravity (8/1), Torthai An Ghra (12/1), Empress Lyla (12/1), Stay With Me (12/1), Sbraase (14/1), Muroor (20/1), Joely (33/1)
- Empress Lyla
- Stay With Me
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