16:15 Tipperary Mon 8 October 2018
Third of 10 beaten 9l as a disappointing beaten favourite in a Killarney 2m4½f handicap chase before finishing second of six in a novice handicap chase last month beaten 8L. Not ruled out.
Distance winner who was beaten favourite last month when trailing in rear before blundering at Sligo over 2m1f. Worth another chance.
Plenty to like about the mares' initial starts over the larger obstacles including a win here in a beginners chase in July, but has been well held - despite finishing positions - in four starts since.
Lightly raced gelding who has shown relatively little since returning to the track in August. Liable to find a couple stronger once again.
Beaten but far from disgraced in two chase starts to date. Looks a progressive type and shortlisted here.
Has failed to build on a promising run here over C&D in July. Well held since but return to track may find a spark.
Distance winner who has been running well in defeat in a number of starts since August. Needs to raise overall performance here on chase debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R J McGrathJ: D J Mullins|
Ellie Mac (9/10), Runyon Rattler (5/1), Fintara (7/1), Jaime Sommers (7/1), Flaviana (12/1), Round Tower (12/1), Hugo 'n Taz (12/1), Duke Cass (16/1)
- Jaime Sommers
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