18:45 Leopardstown Thu 12 July 2018
Winner at Dundalk last December and highly tried on turf subsequently. Worth a check in the market on his first start in handicaps.
Progressive individual and a winner on his return to action over this trip at The Curragh (good-to-firm) in May. Races off a 5lb higher mark here and looks a leading contender once more.
Finished third of six when bidding to complete a hat-trick in a handicap over 1m2f at The Curragh (good-to-firm) last time out. Had won over this C&D prior to that.
Successful on the AW at Dundalk (7f) earlier this year and placed over the same trip on turf subsequently. Disappointed the last twice and stepping up in distance.
Victorious on the AW at Dundalk over 7f last September but well beaten in a valuable contest at Naas (7f, soft) on her only subsequent outing. Making her handicap and seasonal debut.
Broke his maiden over 1m2f at Roscommon (good-to-firm) on his penultimate outing. Fair fourth over the same trip back in a handicap last time and not beaten far by Medal Of Honour over this trip in May.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Lightening Fast||3||9-11||7/2||Full Result|
|T: G M LyonsJ: C T Keane|
Medal Of Honour (6/4), Bucky Larson (7/2), Lethal Power (4/1), Theobald (5/1), War Hero (12/1), Cocohulababy (25/1)
- Medal Of Honour
- Bucky Larson
- Lethal Power
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