20:00 Dundalk Fri 12 October 2018
C&D winner of a maiden in January. Beaten here since, but handicapper appears to have given him a squeak in this contest.
Comes here on a hat-trick of course wins including a C&D win last month off a 7lb lower mark. One for the shortlist once again.
Fourth of 11 beaten a little over 3L on C&D debut last month. Carries strong place claims in this company.
Out of form of late and is still 5lb higher than last winning mark. First time blinkers unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
Twice placed in Curragh maidens over 1m2f last time and almost stole a 1m4f maiden at Tramore on return when beaten a short-head. Out of sorts at Gowran Park latest but worth a market check on first start here.
Winner of one of her three starts here and a winner over C&D two years ago. Any market move should be monitored.
Eight-race maiden on the Flat and is likely to struggle on AW debut here. Hard to fancy on form since May.
Solid and consistent type who has been running well in defeat but well held in a couple of starts here and likely to struggle in this company.
Well down the field in a couple of starts since returning to action following a 14-month lay-off in September. Hard to place any faith in.
C&D winner winner but that is his only success in 13 visits to the venue. Plenty more needed in this group.
Last Year's Winner
Uncle Henry (9/4), Dancing Doll (7/2), Park Row (5/1), Marine One (7/1), Leaderboard (10/1), Claregate Street (12/1), Trump Card (16/1), Itsalonglongroad (20/1), Calgath (25/1), Tooreen Legend (25/1), Nucky Thompson (50/1)
- Uncle Henry
- Park Row
- Dancing Doll
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