15:55 Killarney Thu 19 July 2018
Disappointed on both starts over the larger obstacles falling on debut at Listowel before finishing fifth of 11 when last seen at Fairyhouse in October. Better at Kilbeggan on reappearance and possibilities here.
Peak rating of 136 over timber, has been off more than a year but could be the sort to take to chasing, may need this starting place however.
Patchy record in point-to-points so far, best watched for now on that evidence and others seem more likely.
Stable won this last year and have Capital Force in this line-up, quirky sort cannot be ignored and betting may separate the pair.
Doesn't always jump the best but nothing wrong with attitude last time in finishing fourth and has potential to take this.
Yet to win over fences but has made the frame seven times in nine starts, should be competitive again.
Finished third on debut over fences, will have to improve on that effort and has work to do with these on hurdles form.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H de BromheadJ: A E Lynch|
Morgan (11/8), Roconga (9/4), Capital Force (11/2), Lion In His Heart (13/2), The Last Marju (16/1), Gusty Rocky (16/1), Keyboard Warrior (80/1)
- Capital Force
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Keith Hamer picks out the best bets for Tuesday and has a tip for every race on every card.
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