18:55 Kilbeggan Sat 11 August 2018
Decent on the Flat in Germany (2-11) and has joined the top yard in the land ahead of this hurdles bow. Likely going to prove popular.
Has been knocking around in maidens of late without exactly banging the door down. Similar fate may be in store in this.
Few solid runs in bumpers and some merit in hurdles bow at Ballinrobe when well held in fourth behind easy Mullins hotpot. Potentially running into another now.
Not beaten all that fair in maiden hurdle over 2m here last month, though since put in place in more competitive Galway event.
Looked a temperamental sort on hurdles debut at Wexford last month, getting rid of his rider after attempting to exit the stage. Watching brief.
Eight-years-old and has completed the course only once in four point-to-point starts. Can only be watched now switched to rules.
Sixth of seven in maiden hurdle at Sligo last month, never really showing a lot of enthusiasm. Interesting to see how market judges now.
Remote 22L third at Limerick last time out on second outing over flights. Will need to step up on that run if hoping to get any closer to a win.
Flemensfirth gelding, dam was a fair staying hurdles winner, half-sister to useful hurdler/smart chaser (stayed 3m4f) Across The Bay. Debut run and worth noting, though perhaps will want further in time.
Last Year's Winner
Aramon (1/2), Global Jackpot (9/2), Cooldine Bog (5/1), Thatbeatsbanagher (12/1), Jensen (16/1), Major Fawcett (20/1), Pottsie (33/1), Bill Hickok (33/1), Yes Jenny (100/1)
- Global Jackpot
- Cooldine Bog
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