18:00 Dundalk Fri 9 November 2018
Without a win in four here and holds a rating of just 29. Impossible to make a case for and easily dismissed.
Epaulette gelding out of a Key Of Luck mare. Promising sixth of 11 beaten 6L here over 1m earlier this month. Others look more convincing at this level.
Much promise in two starts to date at Leopardstown in May and on return to action last month at the same venue. Enters calculations here.
Most Improved gelding out of a Danehill Dancer mare. Ninth of 16 beaten 21L on debut in a 7f Galway maiden last month. More needed in this contest.
Daughter of Tamayuz out of a Van Nistelrooy mare. Cost a modest 5,000gns as a yearling. Place claims based on debut here over C&D in August when fourth of 13 beaten 1¾L.
27-race maiden and well held over C&D here earlier this month. Liable to once again find one or two quicker in this contest.
Nothing in six starts to date starting at no less than 66/1 on her last five starts, running accordingly on each occasion.
Has made the frame in a couple of maiden/novice events lately, including at Ayr over 7f in August. Fourth of 12 at 100/1 on sole start here and looks opposable on return to the venue.
Still a maiden after 13 starts but some of her better efforts have come at this course and dropped another 2lb after a respectable effort here last time out. Worth noting in the betting.
Second of 14 beaten 4L on sole start here over C&D. Not beaten far since on turf and first-time blinkers could be the key to unlocking first win.
Needs to recapture the form that saw the Dark Angel filly finish second of 28 at the Curragh at the end of August. One for the shortlist with first-time cheekpieces.
20-race maiden with six defeats here. Well held in a number of starts over various trips since May and easily dismissed here, despite first-time eye-shield.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J GeogheganJ: D E Hogan|
Raynama (10/11), Stronghold (5/1), Proud And Elated (6/1), Rue D'Antibes (13/2), Duquesa Beach (12/1), Dark Honey (25/1), Country Garden (25/1), Downtown Diva (33/1), Taceec (40/1), Taylor Velvet (50/1), Baile An Roba (66/1), Droichead Atha (66/1)
- Proud And Elated
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