14:40 Tipperary Mon 8 October 2018
Winner of a point-to-point and a bumper here when last seen in May. Market likely to be the best guide on hurdling debut.
One from four in bumpers but made no impression on hurdling debut in a Listowel novice contest last month. Needs to improve on that run but not ruled out.
Relatively cheap purchase at E3,000 last year, but some encouragement to be taken from her pedigree, being related to useful winners Onefitzall and Credit Box. Well beaten on a couple of dismal displays to date and passed over here.
Daughter of Curtain Time out of a Tel Quel mare. Half-sister to Ali-Royal, Taipan and the progressive Freewheelin Dylan. Will possibly need the run here.
Nothing of note in three gloomy maiden hurdle performances before pulling up on handicap debut at Cork over 2m3f when last seen on track over two years ago.
Out of an Ahaarth mare, closely related to winners from a few years ago, namely Chivite, Iktitaf and Torphichen. Well down the field on debut at Clonmel last month when sent off at 100/1.
Has shown relatively little in a series of grim displays since her debut in May. Unlikely to play a part in the finish.
Has look over-whelmed in a number of starts since May and hard to construct much of a case for the mare here.
Has failed to build on a promising maiden hurdle introduction in June with a number of heavy defeats since. Hard to place any faith in.
Has shown relatively little in a three career starts to date on the level on over hurdles without being noticed.
Mahler mare who has looked slow in three starts so far being beaten an aggregate of 274 lengths. Very hard to enthuse over.
Modest hurdler who was second of three at Sligo last month and has been well beaten since. Hard to construct much of a case for the filly here.
Daughter of Getaway out of an Oscar mare. First foal, half-sister to stablemate Shake The Bucket. Needs to improve on a forgettable debut at Ballinrobe in August.
Gold Well Filly. Dam was an average hurdler who failed to win. Promising third of 18 in a Limerick bumper when last seen in July. More to come.
Last Year's Winner
Mary B (2/5), Carrigmoorna Wood (4/1), Inishbel (10/1), Hey Groovy (12/1), Duke's Girl (14/1), Golden Glen (16/1), Kate Van Hall (20/1), Forgetthesurprise (33/1), Annie Clouds (33/1), Mizz Monroe (50/1), Call Curtin (50/1), Domestic Diva (66/1), Gone Galavanting (100/1), Edith Collier (100/1), Thatwasthen (100/1)
- Mary B
- Duke's Girl
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