20:00 Dundalk Fri 9 November 2018
Three from 18 in career and has been running well in defeat bar a hiccup at Limerick last month. Best watched in the market on AW debut.
Landed a double last month at Cork and here over 7f off a 9lb lower mark. Strong claims despite penalty.
Took advantage of handicapper easing the grip to win at Naas in September off a 4lb lower mark before disappointing a little at Leopardstown when fifth of 12 last month. Entitled to make the shortlist.
Second of 10 in this contest 12-months ago. C&D winner who found Aussie Valentine ½L better here last month when sent off favourite. Just 2lb higher than last winning mark the Shamardal gelding looks set for a big run with conditions to suit.
Looks a long way off the form that secured the Teofilo colt a C&D win here last December. Likely to find it tough going in this company.
Sixth of 10 in this contest 12-months ago. Gallant front-runner who always runs his race on both turf and here where he is a C&D winner. Back on a winning mark and strong place possibilities.
Course winner that has also won over this trip. Running well in defeat over the summer and possibly best watched on return to action here.
Last win at the Curragh came off a mark of 93 over 18-months ago. Has clearly regressed since but makes interesting AW debut here.
Struggled since landing a Bellewstown 1m handicap in July. Yard had a winner here on Wednesday with Dream Sleep and any market move here should be monitored.
C&D winner whose losing streak now numbers 12 and now races off a 7lb lower mark than his last win. Place claims on most recent starts at this venue.
Distance winner who was beaten favourite on most recent start here last month over 1m2f when finishing sixth of 14. Needs to raise overall performance to play a role here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R P McNamaraJ: D P McDonogh|
King's Field (13/8), Omran (6/1), Katiymann (13/2), Geological (8/1), Atlas (8/1), Theobald (10/1), Tony The Gent (10/1), Have A Nice Day (10/1), Reaver (14/1), Pedisnap (20/1), Gymkhana (25/1), Triple Sec (33/1)
- King's Field
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