15:10 Tramore Thu 18 October 2018
Eight-race maiden hurdler who has not been disgraced in a number of starts since May but needs to raise overall performance here.
Improving run at Punchestown on Tuesday when second of nine beaten 10L behind the well-regarded My Sister Sarah. Another bold show expected.
Well beaten in a couple of spring point-to-point starts before two below-par efforts in bumpers recently. Will possibly need more time.
Second of 13 beaten 6½L behind the Willie Mullins-trained Getareason over C&D in August. Beaten since but holds place claims here.
Well held in two bumper starts for trainer-Olly Murphy and has failed to impress in four starts since going hurdling with this yard, has improvement to find.
Has failed to finish in two of his three point-to-point starts. Likely to need the run on rules introduction in first-time tongue tie.
Improved for a poor debut effort to place at Punchestown before disappointing in a Navan bumper when last seen in March. Likely to be a warm order for the leading trainer/jockey combination.
Plenty of improvement from his first couple of hurdle starts when running Sole Pretender to 4¼L in a Clonmel maiden earlier this month. Place claims based on most recent form.
Well held in both maiden starts and first time hood unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
Reasonably consistent performer who is without a win in eight starts but has been running well in defeat. Likable type and should be in the mix.
Last Year's Winner
Monition (13/8), Yeats Mardy (3/1), Licklighter (4/1), Cusp Of Carabelli (7/1), Stubborn Logic (10/1), Anytime Now (10/1), An Fearchan (40/1), Liberadio (50/1), Dunkereen (50/1), Happy In Love (100/1)
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