20:00 Dundalk Fri 19 October 2018
British-raider comes here on a hat-trick of wins following success at Yarmouth and Leicester earlier this month. Leading player.
Landed a second win of his career when winning a Leicester conditions stakes over 5f in September. Behind Mr Lupton at Newbury latest and is a British-raider deserving respect.
If the last run at Longchamp can be dismissed the runs in Listed and Group 1 company at Tipperary and the Curragh put the four-year-old right in the mix here.
Beaten a short head at Navan last week going down by a short-head and his win here in September and 1L adrift of Mabs Cross in the Group 1 Prix de l'Abbaye earlier this month make her a leading player here.
Bellewstown maiden winner has been out of her depth in Listed and group company on last three starts and now faces even tougher opponents.
Broke his duck at the fourth attempt when making all in a 5f Naas maiden in September before a Listed success at Navan earlier this month. More to find in this company.
Ran a cracker to be second in the Group 3 Molecomb at Goodwood and not being beaten far in Listed company at Ripon before struggling a little at Ayr last month in the Roseberry Stakes. Place claims at best.
Plenty of creditable efforts in smart company all season but has just one win in a maiden from 11 starts. Hard to see her making any significant impact.
Winner in August in Listed company at Newbury before solid runs in Group 3 and 2 assembly last month. Not to be totally dismissed.
Last Year's Winner
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|T: D C GriffithsJ: D Allan|
Lost Treasure (11/4), Equilateral (3/1), Hit The Bid (4/1), Encore d'Or (5/1), Shumookhi (9/1), All The King's Men (10/1), Life of Riley (16/1), Fantasy (25/1), Amthaal (50/1)
- Hit The Bid
- Lost Treasure
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