15:15 Navan Sun 11 November 2018

  • Hotel Park-St Johann Tirol Austria Handicap Hurdle
  • 2m, Good
  • 13 Runners
  • Winner€10,164.002nd€3,152.003rd€1,502.004th€677.005th€264.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:3m 53.1sOff time:15:16:06
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1
811-10OR: 123CD
33/1

Former C&D scorer but returns from an absence and concedes weight all round, with a decent chance he'll need this.

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3
711-7OR: 120
16/1

Mare ran best race for a while when second at Punchestown (2m4f, good) last time, she knows how to win on her day but this trip is potentially too sharp for her.

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4
611-6OR: 119D
9/10

Listowel maiden hurdle winner over this trip on heavy going in September 2017. Just one more hurdles starts since, jumping isn't foot-perfect but race-fit and definite potential from opening handicap mark in this sphere.

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5
411-3OR: 119BFD
9/1

Consistent hurdler, with two wins this season (also awarded Listowel race in September having finished second) and string of solid efforts. Up another 2lb for latest Gowran Park third over 2m4f. Career-best needed.

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7
811-2OR: 115D
10/1

Two-time hurdles winner, has got head in front on the level this year but arguably needs some relief from the assessor having routinely come up shy over obstacles. Opposable for win purposes.

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8
711-0OR: 113
16/1

Some consistent efforts in maiden hurdles at this trip and seemingly didn't stay 2m4f at Gowran Park latest. Handicap debut now back down in distance and positive showing very possible.

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9
811-0OR: 113D
16/1

Hasn't got a win since 2015 and some poor runs in that time. Mark has tumbled as a result and trainer now going better after a lull.

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10
510-12OR: 111CD
10/1

Dual distance winner since April and comes here in good form following a runner-up position at Listowel at their Harvest Festival in September (winner has won again since).

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11
710-11OR: 110D
40/1

Two hurdles runs this year have been poor and recent return to action on the Flat at Galway was also disappointing. Hard to have faith in.

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12
810-10OR: 109D
12/1

Last spotted in December 2016 finishing well down the field in Leopardstown handicap hurdle (2m2f, yielding). Has joined Gordon Elliott and rated 6lb lower for return. Has to merit some scrutiny.

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13
810-3OR: 102
12/1

Seven-race maiden over timber but has shown some promise. Handicapper has cut some slack and trainer going well just now. Must improve all the same.

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15
1010-0OR: 99
10/1

A consistent sort that finds winning elusive (1-22 over hurdles). Previous two starts over 2m4f at Punchestown and Cork have been sound efforts, drop to 2m not a major concern.

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16
79-10OR: 95
14/1

Mare won a handicap at Downpatrick (2m5½f, yielding) in August and essentially built on that with far run in Down Royal mares' novice Grade 3 over this trip last week. Handicap mark up another 5lb here.

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Non-Runners

2
Crosshue Boy14
811-7OR: 120
T: Sean DoyleJ: R M Power
6
Oscars Den160
1011-3OR: 116
T: T M WalshJ: R Walsh
14
Wade Harper65
810-0OR: 99
T: P J RothwellJ: A W Short

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Oscars Den911-14/1
T: T M WalshJ: Ms K Walsh

Betting

Forecast

Wonder Laish (9/10), Gold Seal (9/1), Like An Open Book (10/1), Youngnedofthehill (10/1), Misty Millie (10/1), Frankiefiveangels (12/1), Ange D'or Javilex (12/1), Folly Dat (14/1), Crosshue Boy (14/1), Voices Of Spring (16/1), Rare Conor (16/1), Teacher's Pet (16/1), Oscars Den (20/1), Jimmy Breekie (33/1), Wade Harper (33/1), Theophilus (40/1)

Verdict

Maiden hurdle winner Wonder Laish is an intriguing contender here having finished strongly on the Flat at Naas last week. His opening handicap mark appears fair and the Charles Byrnes/Davy Russell axis is always respected, any money behind him is worth noting. Ange D'or Javilex is just the sort that Gordon Elliott can improve, though perhaps he'll require some time. Misty Millie, Youngnedofthehill and Rare Conor enter calculations but the booking of Robbie Power suggests a big run is expected of CROSSHUE BOY, who is potentially well-treated in this sphere after a pipe-opener at Galway.
  1. Crosshue Boy
  2. Wonder Laish
  3. Misty Millie

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