14:25 Limerick Sun 14 October 2018
Took form forward a step when taking a Clonmel maiden hurdle on first start for new yard, the front two nicely clear before disappointing when stepped up to this level at Punchestown. Not seen since pulling up at Killarney in May, looks opposable.
In the mix last month in hurdles starts at Kilbeggan and Ballinrobe before disappointing at Gowran Park over 2m4f earlier this month. May have to settle for a minor role.
Distance winner of a Cork handicap hurdle over 12-months ago. Promising run in a Roscommon novice chase earlier this month on introduction over fences. Open to improvement back over timber.
Genuine and tough, stable star who has finished in the first two in three of her last four starts since July, winning on a couple of occasions. Has the form to make a bold bid.
Significant improvement in hurdling form since his maiden at Tramore in August. Distance winner of his latest start in a Roscommon hurdle earlier this month. Enters calculations here.
C&D winner of this contest 12-months ago off a 5lb lower mark. Has struggled in most of her starts since and appears in the grip of the handicapper.
Suffered some heavy defeats since March including on her return to action at Listowel last month over 3m. Form doesn't warrant support.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Paul PowerJ: Miss J M Cook|
Light Of My Life (9/4), Mysloegin (7/2), Ejayteekay (9/2), Drakaina (5/1), Misty Millie (5/1), Lily Trotter (8/1), Water Sprite (10/1), Shimmer's Rock (10/1), Red Pearl (10/1), Elusive Theatre (12/1)
- Light Of My Life
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