14:00 Fairyhouse Tue 6 November 2018
Distance winner who failed to land a hat-trick of wins at Bangor-On-Dee last month over hurdles but could well follow up on his last chase win at Hexham off a 7lb lower mark .
Gallant veteran who has failed to finish two of his last three starts and well below par form looks set to continue in this company.
Modest 112-rated hurdler who has left a lot to be desired in a number of chase starts since June. Plenty to prove at present.
Excelled himself from out of the handicap at Navan in September, but failed to confirm that improvement in a couple of dour performances at Gowran Park and Punchestown last month. Others preferred.
Defied age and an unseat when landing a Downpatrick 2m7½f handicap chase last month off a 5lb lower mark. Well held since over hurdles and the larger obstacles and hard to see the veteran making any impact here.
Winner of a 13-runner handicap hurdle at Cork last month but remains a five-race chase maiden and unlikely to get off the mark here.
The win here 12-months ago remains her sole win in 11 starts over the larger obstacles. Overall record casts doubt on her ability to get competitive in this contest.
Promising second of 12 on his last start over fences in a Sligo handicap chase in September off a 3lb lower mark. Worth a market check with first-time visor fitted.
Veteran without a win over fences in 15 starts. Looks up against it and others more convincing at this level.
Last Year's Winner
|Witness Of Fashion||11||10-3||20/1|
|T: Patrick RooneyJ: Miss J M Cook|
Jaunty Thor (11/4), Redwood Boy (4/1), The Ballyboys (11/2), Analyse That (11/2), Danali (8/1), Sam King (8/1), Ballyfinboy (8/1), Mtada Supreme (10/1), Erkindale Lady (14/1), Night Sir (33/1)
- Jaunty Thor
- Redwood Boy
- Analyse That
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