15:20 Limerick Sat 13 October 2018
- JT McNamara Ladbrokes Munster National Tomorrow At Limerick Racecourse Apprentice Handicap (45-65) (Div 1)
- 1m 3f 70y, Soft (Soft to Heavy in places)
- 16 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Well beaten at Ballinrobe over an extended 1m5f on his return from a short break in July before a fifth of 12 beaten 1½L in a Tipperary handicap over a similar trip and a 2L defeat at Naas last month. Place claims.
Running well in defeat recently including a third of 18 at Galway last month. Coming back down to a workable mark and place claims here.
Beaten favourite last time out in a Navan handicap over 1m2f on good ground when second of 19. Another bold show looks likely.
Has produced a number of laboured runs over the summer resulting in heavy defeats. Looks up against it here.
Finished 15th of 18 in a Galway 1m4f handicap on heavy ground last month but is better than that run suggests.
Has hit the frame in big field handicaps in two of his last three starts and will be of strong interest to each way bettors here.
Not much to shout about in a number of dismal displays since his return to action in April. Looks vulnerable in this company.
Solis and consistent and regularly hits the frame. Nine race maiden who deserves his slice of luck.
Dylan Thomas mare who has been down the field in her last couple of starts and has plenty to prove here.
Her third of 12 beaten a little over 1L in November appears to be a one-off given heavy defeats since, including on return from a break earlier this month.
In poor form of late suffering heavy defeats since August. Hard to see him making any significant impact.
Well beaten in a number of starts over the summer appearing to struggle over a variety of trips.
Fourth of 11 at Ayr and fourth of 16 at Naas last month is about as good as she gets, so not easy to make a compelling case for her with consistency not a strong suit.
Fourth of 16 at 50/1 in a Gowran Park handicap over 1m last month is a career best and she needs to replicate that form more often.
Well held in a number of starts since May and first time cheekpieces unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
First Reserve: Made an immediate impact for his current yard when scoring at Wolverhampton in July but not matched that level in two starts on turf since.
Last Year's Winner
|11||Port Moody||3||9-3||9/2||Full Result|
|T: P TallisJ: D M Redmond|
Get Out Of Jail (4/1), A Few Bob Short (4/1), El Tren (6/1), Invincible Queen (13/2), Harvey Specter (7/1), Greanta (7/1), Big Ego (8/1), Fort Denison (10/1), Jessamine (11/1), Highly Toxic (11/1), Sbraase (14/1), Lustful (16/1), Highway To Heaven (16/1), Yo Tambien (18/1), Broughtons Sport (25/1), Sun A Rye (25/1), Fianchetto (33/1), Mzuri (50/1), Cinnabar Reds (50/1)
- Get Out Of Jail
- A Few Bob Short
- Invincible Queen
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