18:05 Curragh Sat 21 July 2018
Made a winning debut for this yard last time out and there's every chance he can come on for that run. Leading player from 6lb higher if he does.
Won a maiden at Salisbury when trained by Richard Hughes but hasn't won since and well beaten at Goodwood last month. Makes his debut for a new yard now and likely to have wanted some cut in the ground.
Gained a second career success at Tipperary on heavy ground in May. Held her form reasonably well since then and had excuses last time out at Limerick. More needed from this mark but not without place claims.
Won her maiden at Cork in 2016 but hasn't won since including four starts for this yard. Needs to find improvement for the step up in trip here.
Not won for nearly two years now and his two efforts this time around have been below par. Perhaps getting a little long in the tooth and may need more relief from the handicapper.
Gained a first Flat success last time out when an easy winner over 1m7f at Bellewstown earlier in the month. Has to be a player here provided she doesn't get caught out by the drop in trip.
Bumper winner but yet to score on the Flat. Improve efforts this time around though and gets a leading amateur jockey in the saddle. Not ruled out back in trip here.
Showed some ability on first two starts this year but not so good last time when conditions were quicker and that would have to be a concern again. Likely to struggle from out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Miles To Memphis||8||10-7||9/2||Full Result|
|T: Mrs D FosterJ: Ms L O'Neill|
Dasmyhoss (2/1), Minnie Dahill (3/1), Batts Rock (7/2), Crafted Jewel (5/1), See Of Rome (12/1), Breathe Easy (12/1), Less Of That (14/1), Here For The Craic (16/1), Inis Meain (16/1), Stay With Me (25/1)
- Batts Rock
- Minnie Dahill
- Less Of That
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