16:55 Killarney Thu 19 July 2018
Runner-up to a previous winner on bumper debut at Roscommon last month and commands respect here, likely improver.
Debutant, yard not noted for sending out winners first time and watching brief seems the safest approach.
Second last time out at Tramore, failing to muster any danger to short-priced favourite, likely has a bumper win in him somewhere and represents top yard.
Pulled up in both starts so far in point-to-points, uninspiring pedigree and looks best left to own devices on rules bow.
Half-brother to decent bumper performer West Coast Time, races in famous colours and young trainer well capable of having him ready to go, leading player.
Represents Henry De Bromhead and makes appeal on paper, while jockey booking is also a notable one. No surprise if he goes well.
Just a moderate start at Wexford (eighth) last month having gone of a 28/1 chance on debut. Can improve but ranks an unlikely winner.
Third on debut at Wexford was a solid start and should improve on that now, likely to be in the frame again.
Represents Philip Fenton on return to training ranks, newcomer should have a chance on pedigree and worth a close betting check.
Finished eighth on debut at Ballinrobe in May, form that leaves him with plenty to find. Should come on for that experience but likely has limited aspirations here.
Fair sort on breeding, should have a decent smattering of pace. Stable are in good form right now and merits closer look in the betting.
Last Year's Winner
|Santiago de Cuba||4||11-7||15/8|
|T: Joseph P O'BrienJ: Mr D O'Connor|
Meticulous (13/8), Chasing Abbey (4/1), Ourauldman (6/1), Hammerstein (7/1), Rock Breaker (8/1), Secret Cargo (10/1), Elusive Belle (12/1), Table The Motion (25/1), Rebel Waltz (25/1), Chief Delegator (33/1), Sir Tivo (33/1), King Mufasa (50/1)
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