14:30 Dundalk Thu 12 July 2018
Won over C&D in February off a 2lb lower mark but needs to improve on latest sixth of 13 to Admodum in handicap at Gowran last time.
Filly by Dandy Man out of a Grand Lodge mare. Nothing of note in three starts to date on turf and easily dismissed.
More at home on this surface of late and runs here 1lb lower than a win over 6f at the track in April. Entitled to make the shortlist.
C&D winner back in January 2017 off a 4lb higher mark. Lightly raced and generally well held since including on a couple of mediocre starts in May. Others hold stronger profiles.
Well held in two starts here around February/March and losing run now dates back to his four-year-old days. Looks opposable.
Distance winner of a Bellewstaown maiden last August. Beaten since including on one occasion here over 7f in October. Yard in good form and worth a market check with first-time blinkers to assist.
75-rated handicapper when in the hands of Kevin Ryan but has shown little in 10 starts for this yard over a variety of distances. Will need to improve significantly.
Not much to shout about for previous handlers Joseph O'Brien and Joseph Tuite. Hard to fancy on stable debut.
Inconsistent gelding by Paco Boy. Finished six of 12 well beaten 8L over C&D in March and has plenty to prove at present.
11-race maiden who eventually looks to be getting the hang of things. Interesting that leading connections bring her here.
Has failed to beat an opponent home in two dismal career starts in August and when last seen in September in a Navan maiden. Others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
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|T: John FeaneJ: C T Keane|
Poetic Light (7/4), Reckless Lad (15/8), Eos (5/1), Descendant (10/1), Seanie (16/1), Al Batal (16/1), Steelriver (25/1), Dream Malfunction (25/1), Our Manekineko (33/1), Rag Tatter (33/1), My Lark (100/1), Kissmass (100/1)
- Poetic Light
- Reckless Lad
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