20:00 Killarney Tue 17 July 2018
Last spotted running fair race in the Grand Annual at Cheltenham in March, though hasn't won since collecting that prize in 2017. Can't be ruled out if stripping fit enough.
Useful horse on his day but failed to complete over fences the last twice including at the Cheltenham Festival in March. Tailed off over hurdles at Tipperary this month.
More than useful chaser on his day, with 7-26 record, has been asked some tough questions since joining this yard from Willie Mullins but didn't make any inroads at Punchestown in May when given a more straightforward task.
Didn't get home in the Irish National at Fairyhouse then well-beaten last of nine behind Un De Sceaux in Boylesports Champion Chase at Punchestown over this trip. Big task again.
Winner at Fairyhouse in April but the handicapper caught up with him after that, likely playing for minor honours here.
Won three times from seven attempts as a novice over fences in Britain last year for Dan Skelton, fit from recent outings on the Flat having joined this yard. Capable of further improvement in this discipline.
C&D last winner last summer. Much the best of efforts since came when close second at Punchestown last month and interesting player if building on that run.
Out of form when last spotted over timber at Limerick some 16 months ago. Market may guide on return back over these obstacles.
Last Year's Winner
|T: E BolgerJ: J S McGarvey|
Azzuri (2/1), Bel Ami De Sivola (9/4), Ballyoisin (5/2), Our Dougal (7/2), Tell Us More (10/1), Devils Bride (12/1), Don't Touch It (12/1), Rock The World (14/1), Rightville Boy (33/1)
- Our Dougal
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