18:20 Roscommon Tue 10 July 2018

  • Connolly's Red Mills Rated Novice Hurdle
  • 2m 4f, Good (Good to firm in places)
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner€12,320.002nd€3,821.003rd€1,820.004th€820.005th€320.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:4m 46.9sOff time:18:20:49
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1
510-13OR: D
6/1

Comes here on a hat-trick of wins following triumphs at Clonmel and Gowran Park. Looks a leading contender here.

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2
610-13OR:
15/8

Got off the mark on hurdling debut following a number of disappointments in bumpers. Likely to improve and worth considering.

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3
710-10OR: BF
10/3

Beaten favourite last month at Kilbeggan when second of five beaten 6½L over 2m2½f following a win in a Limerick maiden hurdle in May. Likely sort on paper.

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5
610-10OR: 115
2/1

Distance winner in a Kilbeggan maiden hurdle getting off the mark at the fifth attempt. The Milan gelding won his race in comfortable style and is open to plenty of improvement.

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6
510-3OR:
50/1

Will need to improve on three dismal hurdling display recently including being pulled up earlier this month in a Tipperary maiden hurdle over 2m4f. Hard to place any faith in.

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Non-Runners

4
Leap Dearg20
1110-10OR: 112
T: J NashJ: Gavin Peter Brouder

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Robin Des Foret711-69/2
T: W P MullinsJ: P Townend

Betting

Forecast

Boot Camp (15/8), Plouios (2/1), Bang Bang Rosie (10/3), Amschel (6/1), Leap Dearg (14/1), Yug (50/1)

Verdict

In what could turn out to be a competitive contest despite the size of the field, BOOT CAMP can use the experience and victory on debut at Down Royal on his way to landing the spoils here. The Milan gelding appears to have his own ideas on the game but looks to have bags of talent as proved by his latest run. The Willie Mullins-trained Bang Bang Rosie, Plouios and the hat-trick-seeking Amschel can give the selection plenty to think about.
  1. Boot Camp
  2. Bang Bang Rosie
  3. Plouios

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