17:45 Leopardstown Thu 16 August 2018
Arrives bidding for a hat-trick and has looked highly progressive in her three starts for this outfit. Won with a bit in hand last time and should go well again.
Two-time C&D winner and very well-handicapped at present. Has run well in defeat on his last couple of starts and has to be a leading player again here.
Just one win from 13 starts on turf. Returned with a fine effort at the Curragh in June but not in the same form from her revised mark in two starts since.
Has won once on AW but yet to win in nine turf starts. Hard to see him breaking that record in a race as competitive as this and needs first-time blinkers to bring about improvement.
C&D winner and on a very fair mark if he can find his form again but he's been unplaced in all six of his outings this year and others arrive in better form.
Has not won since his debut but went very close here last time out when only narrowly denied. Could be well-handicapped if he produces a reproduction of that effort.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Ducky Mallon||6||9-0||7/1||Full Result|
|T: D KinsellaJ: N G McCullagh|
Focus Of Attention (9/4), T For Tango (9/4), Ducky Mallon (5/1), Captain Power (5/1), Flawlessly (10/1), Gottardo (12/1)
- Captain Power
- Focus Of Attention
- T For Tango
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