14:05 Downpatrick Sun 12 August 2018
Heavy ground bumper winner at Tramore and finished runner-up on her last two starts over hurdles. Ground should suit and a leading player down in trip.
Maiden winner on the Flat in May last year. Held on all three hurdles starts since joining this yard and others hold stronger claims.
Dual winner on the Flat but struggled in recent starts and beaten 27L on only previous start over jumps. Probably best watched at present.
Failed to figure in four starts in bumpers most recently on debut for this yard at Roscommon (good) last month. Others make more appeal on hurdling debut.
Finished runner-up on four of her five starts in bumpers. Drop in trip should suit having finished sixth over an extended 2m6f at Killarney (good) on last months hurdling debut following an absence.
Struggled in four starts so far and beaten 31L in a maiden hurdle at Wexford (good) in June. Probably best watched on this occasion.
Pulled up on hurdling debut at Galway (2m5f, yielding-to-soft) recently and much more needed dropping slightly in distance if she's to take this contest.
Signs of ability in two starts so far but beaten 38L last time and likely to be of more interest once tackling handicaps.
Unraced daughter of Jeremy bought for €21,000 as a three-year-old last August. Half-sister to useful performer A Doll In Milan among others and worth a check in the market on debut.
Beaten a minimum of 36L in two good ground maiden hurdles at Punchestown in the spring. Likely to struggle once more.
Last Year's Winner
Agusta Gold (5/6), Dalouga (5/2), Milomynit (8/1), Jeremys Dream (12/1), Perfect In Pink (16/1), Longtimesincejaspr (25/1), Steelyeyed (25/1), Coasting Along (33/1), Derecho Storm (50/1), Golily (100/1)
- Agusta Gold
- Jeremys Dream
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