14:30 Fairyhouse Tue 6 November 2018
Improved on his debut when 19½L third here before difficult contest at Cork last month when badly hampered at the start. Likely to go better here.
Won a Limerick maiden hurdle in April before a number of below par handicap starts in the spring. One to consider on chasing debut.
Has failed to finish his three career chase starts including when disappointing as favourite in a Sligo beginners contest in September. Not one to place any trust in.
Appears to be improving with every chase start finishing second of eight beaten a little over 4L in a Tramore beginners contest last month. Strong place claims.
Gelding by Robin Des Pres, modestly 87-rated hurdler who was beaten a long way, when one paced on chasing introduction at Roscommon last month. Plenty to prove at present.
Moderate third when falling at the final fence in a Tramore beginners contest when sent off at 3/1 last month. Worth a market check but hard to fancy here.
An 11-race maiden over hurdles and the same return on the Flat. Poor returns from first three chase starts and well below-par form set to continue here.
Had started to find life tough since winning a Wexford handicap hurdle over 2m on heavy ground in March. Yard in good form but best watched on chase debut significantly up in trip.
Modest 91-rated hurdler and will need to raise overall profile on chasing introduction to play a role here.
Running well in defeat in a number of hurdle starts over the summer and one to consider on chasing bow in a wide open contest.
Last Year's Winner
|Magic Of Light||6||11-5||4/5|
|T: Mrs J HarringtonJ: R M Power|
All's Quiet (7/2), Cowboy Des Long (7/2), Allardyce (9/2), Aherlow (9/2), Apparition (5/1), Quamino (7/1), Guided By You (10/1), Moroval (14/1), Boston Spray (14/1), Chateauneuf Du Pap (14/1), Kayf Thou (16/1), Pillard (16/1), McCrackens Gate (40/1), The Brig (50/1)
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