14:35 Sligo Sun 15 July 2018
Appears to be improving with every start finishing fourth of 16 beaten 2½L in a Limerick maiden hurdle earlier this month. One to consider on recent displays.
Has failed to hit the frame in 16 starts under Rules. Seventh of 14 well beaten 29L on seasonal bow in a Wexford handicap hurdle last month and others preferred.
Beaten and well down the field in three dour maiden hurdle starts to date including a 172L defeat at Navan in March. Likely to struggle here.
Well held in three maiden hurdle starts to date and first time cheekpieces unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
Appears here in first-time cheekpieces which are unlikely to encourage any improvement on a couple of disappointing maiden hurdle starts since May.
Pushed along before two out on hurdling debut when beaten 17L in a Gowran Park last month. Place claims for top trainer/jockey combination.
Nothing of note in a number of horrid maiden hurdle displays in her career including on sole start this season when 15th of 17 last month at Gowran Park. First-time cheekpieces unlikely to spark any improvement.
Has shown relatively little in three career maiden hurdle starts and has yet to be sent off lower than 50/1. Others hold stronger profiles.
10-race maiden hurdler who, despite finishing positions has been well held on all three starts this season. May find this another tough assignment.
Last Year's Winner
|T: N MaddenJ: M A Enright|
Cheap And Cheerful (8/15), Holy Motivation (4/1), Superefficient (8/1), Absentee (12/1), Diggin Deep (20/1), Onthewayback (20/1), Go Complain (25/1), Randall's Aoibhinn (25/1), Noreaway (50/1)
- Cheap And Cheerful
- Holy Motivation
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