13:55 Thurles Thu 8 November 2018
Got back on track with a win at Roscommon in August but failed to back that up when she shaped as if amiss at Limerick last time. Beaten on the Flat at Limerick latest and worth a market check in first-time cheekpieces.
Not much to shout about recently but may have a chance based on a run here 12-months ago when second of 17 in a 2m maiden hurdle.
Has shown plenty of promise in a number of bumper starts since the turn of the year including a 9½L win at Kilbeggan in June. Deserved better at Roscommon last month and could be a leading player here.
Will have disappointed leading connections in a couple of gloomy bumper efforts since September. Needs to improve on hurdling introduction.
Nothing of note in a number of dismal displays in a number of bumper and hurdle starts since May. Unlikely to play a part in the finish.
Three race maiden and no impression beaten over 65+L on each occasion. Hard to fancy following innocuous maiden hurdle debut last month.
Ordinary 95-rated hurdler who unseated at the first on chasing debut at Sligo before a 43L defeat at Tramore last month. Form, back hurdling, doesn't warrant support despite first-time tongue-tie.
Daughter of Kayf Tara out of a Green Tune mare and costing €40,000 as a three-year-old. Will need to raise overall profile following heavy defeats in a couple of career bumpers to date.
Third in each of her three bumper starts to date. Yard not waiting any longer to have the mare hurdling. Should be a leading contender in this company.
Supported on debut at Listowel in September when well held in a 2m bumper before being friendless in the market when finishing 11th of 12 at Gowran Park last month. Others preferred.
Poor 16-race maiden on the Flat including a dismal seven race, three-year-old campaign for trainer John Oxx. Beaten 71L on debut at Clonmel earlier this month and easy to look elsewhere.
Will have disappointed influential connections in three innocuous efforts to date and remains with plenty to prove here.
Poor form in a series of dismal performances to date and requires a chunk of improvement to land a blow here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W P MullinsJ: B Hayes|
Tara Dylan (5/6), Miss Chevious Girl (3/1), Under Surveillance (5/1), Cara's Way (14/1), N'arrete Jamais (20/1), Indian Music (33/1), Papal Parade (33/1), Kiss Me Kayf (40/1), Tillys Delight (50/1), Remembered Joy (50/1), Slippery Slope (80/1), Champagne Nova (100/1), Inchidaly Breeze (125/1)
- Tara Dylan
- Miss Chevious Girl
- Under Surveillance
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