17:20 Punchestown Wed 17 October 2018
Beat Hollow gelding is a half-brother to bumper winner Itsonlyrocknroll. Represents the best in the business on debut, likely to be popular.
Hasn't made any significant impact so in point-to-points, with new handler for rules bow and likely proves best watched.
Central Park gelding, from a decent family and not one to discount totally, market should give clearer indication.
Fair form only in two point-to-point runs in the spring, returns from an absence and booking of Jamie Codd is promising. Needs market check.
By Curtain Time out of a Hawk Wing mare. Cost €15,000 as a three-year-old. Half-brother to Texas Jack and recent winner Freewheelin Dylan.
Flat-bred colt out of New Approach, picked up for minor money at the sales and likely can only be watched on debut.
Aizavoski gelding. Dam unraced half-sister to fairly useful hurdler/useful chaser Bowleaze. Stamina could prove a forte in long term.
Aizavoski gelding, doesn't make dramatic appeal on paper, sports hood on first start and one of two for the trainer in this field, market can sort them out.
Court Cave filly whose dam was lightly raced in bumpers/over hurdles. Not the most appealing on paper ahead of debut outing.
Last Year's Winner
|T: G ElliottJ: Ms L O'Neill|
Golazo (4/7), Abacadabras (5/2), Bathiva (10/3), Behind The Curtain (5/1), Chapmanshype (10/1), Pin Point Parity (25/1), Pakens Rock (33/1), Castle Valley (40/1), Longfordwood Lad (50/1), Lasso Dourado (50/1)
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