19:15 Galway Mon 17 September 2018
Has placed in six of his seven bumpers so far including finishing third of nine beaten a little over 4L at Down Royal last month. Liable to find one or two quicker.
Beaten 26L in a point-to-point appearance over 14-months ago. Best watched on rules and stable debut here.
Daughter of Soldier Of Fortune out of a Kahyasi mare. Half-sister to winners Flying Tiger, Mega Fortune and Ballinrobe victor Icario. Likely to be a warm order here for in form trainer/jockey duo.
Point-to-point winner at third time of asking but well held on rules debut at the Galway festival last month. Very little to be positive about.
Daughter of Yeats out of a Supreme Leader mare. Yard not renowned for their bumper runners and easily opposed here.
Filly by Salutino out of a Stowaway mare. Related to many winners including Outlander and Champagne Fever. Best watched on racecourse introduction.
Daughter of Court Cave out of a Alderbrook mare. Half-sister to Ollie Magern, Bygones Of Brid and spring Cartmel winner Alderbrook Lad. Looks a long term prospect.
Jeremy filly who sports a tongue-tie on debut. Yard without a bumper winner in three starts this term and best avoided here.
Last Year's Winner
Pont Aval (6/4), Best Of Dubai (13/8), Wait For No One (4/1), Jeremys Flame (14/1), Anjilina (25/1), Another Dazzler (25/1), Courtly Princess (33/1), Celine Soprano (40/1)
- Pont Aval
- Best Of Dubai
- Wait For No One
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