14:05 Sligo Sun 15 July 2018
Three career wins have come on the AW at Dundalk the latest of which came over this trip in February. Yard not renowned for their jumpers and best watched on hurdling debut.
Tobougg gelding out of a Mull Of Kintyre mare. Closely related to Group 2 winning hurdler, Bouggler. Market likely to reveal expectations.
Followed up three disappointing maidens on the Flat when finishing down the field at the Galway festival on handicap debut when last seen 12-months ago. Likely to be popular in the market for leading trainer.
Modest 48-rated Flat handicapper for previous yard. Hard to fancy and has plenty of work to do on hurdling debut,
Well held and no impression in five mediocre displays on the Flat to date. Plenty to find on hurdling bow.
10-race maiden well held on six starts for trainer Mick Halford before finishing down the field for current connections since March. Half-sister to hurdle winners and place claims on debut.
Not much to shout about in four dismal bumper displays to date and hard to see her making any significant impact on hurdling debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: E O'ConnellJ: E O'Connell|
Cool Colonnade (11/8), Dayereh (9/2), Rock On Dandy (9/2), Bill Hickok (11/2), Safaruk (9/1), Fontainbleau (14/1), Welsh Pearl (25/1), Dragon Queen (25/1), Mister Saxman (25/1)
- Cool Colonnade
- Bill Hickok
- Rock On Dandy
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