15:40 Listowel Tue 11 September 2018
Winner of the Fred Winter handicap at the Cheltenham Festival, his best run so far but has found life difficult since. Market likely to be the best guide here.
Won a Cork maiden hurdle in March this year then fine fourth in Grade 1 juvenile hurdle at Aintree following month. Possibly needed the run at the Galway festival and holds strong place claims here.
Won three Flat races on testing ground in Ireland and went close in his first two hurdles starts before disappointing at Gowran Park and when last seen in April at Aintree. Worth a market check on handicap debut.
Beaten favourite in a Fontwell novice hurdle when last seen over timber in June. First-time cheekpieces likely to be of assistance here.
Lightly-raced Cork maiden hurdle winner over this trip in December but beaten four out and pulled up at Fairyhouse when last seen in April. Tough ask.
Distance winner of a Gowran park hurdle on heavy ground 12-months ago. Well held on handicap hurdle debut at Ballinrobe last month. Others preferred.
May well improve for his promising run at Roscommon on the Flat last month for his return to action over hurdles. Each way claims.
Winner on the ground over this trip in a Ballinrobe contest in May. No impression in a couple of hurdle starts since and this looks a tall order.
Maiden hurdle winner over 2m at Roscommon in June, game scorer at Sligo over this trip in a handicap before blowing out when up in trip at Bellewstown last month. Drop back to 2m a positive in first-time cheekpieces.
Has won his last four start on the the Flat and over hurdles including a 4½L win on a trip to Sedgefield recently. Likely to make his presence felt.
Useful sort on the Flat for Amanda Perrett. Won on hurdling debut in a Kilbeggan maiden hurdle in July over this trip before disappointing when up in trip at Tramore last month. Leading player back at this distance.
Second of 14 beaten a little over 1L in a Wexford maiden hurdle on Saturday. Big step up in grade in this contest.
Last Year's Winner
|On The Go Again||4||10-8||7/2|
|T: Michael MulvanyJ: R E O'Sullivan|
Rovetta (3/1), Kuiper Belt (5/1), Veneer Of Charm (11/2), Dreamtide (11/2), Galtymore (7/1), Randalls Ur Poet (8/1), Les Arceaux (8/1), Vision D'Ete (10/1), Pearl Of The West (10/1), Gold Seal (11/1), Ingleby Mackenzie (12/1), Lucky Icon (14/1), Torcello (14/1), Cristal Icon (20/1), Itsalonglongroad (20/1), Masterstonemason (25/1), Apparition (25/1), Conron (33/1), Teqany (N/A)
- Ingleby Mackenzie
- Kuiper Belt
Log in for access to this exclusive content.
Nick Robson makes Handmaiden his best Tuesday bet and he has a selection for every race in the UK and Ireland.
Matt Brocklebank is back in the Nap hotseat as he heads to Lingfield on Tuesday for the best bet of the day.
A look at how the Sporting Life recommended bets have performed in September 2018.