15:45 Navan Sun 11 November 2018
Fell in both point-to-point starts but comes from good stock and cost connections €40,000. Represents top firm in this sphere on rules bow.
Ran pleasing race on debut in a Punchestown novice hurdle in the spring, off since and returns for bumper bow. Could go well.
Getaway gelding whose dam was hurdle/chase winner around 2m, closely related to useful hurdler/smart chaser Sports Line. Yard don't have a great record in bumpers.
Off the mark at the third time of asking in point-to-points back in May. One to take note of now returning for rules bow.
Best of the rest behind stablemate Commander Of Fleet in valuable Punchestown bumper in the spring, returns here and that form makes him the standout pick.
Out of a Flat maiden, doesn't make immediate appeal on paper and watching brief safest on first start.
100/1 chance and no threat in a novice hurdle at Galway on second start last month, now reverts to bumpers. Hard to fancy.
Court Cave filly whose dam was lightly raced in bumpers/over hurdles. Unfancied on debut at Punchestown last month and duly finished down the field.
Well beaten in both starts thus far in bumpers at Thurles and Killarney, latest in May. Hard to build a case for here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: G ElliottJ: Ms L O'Neill|
Column Of Fire (5/4), Getaway North (7/2), Halsafari (9/2), Cenotice (11/2), Two Shoe Tom (10/1), Western Doyen (20/1), Lord Fitzwilliam (20/1), Shantou Warrior (25/1), I'm Charlie (33/1), Throughway (66/1), Pin Point Parity (66/1)
- Column Of Fire
- Getaway North
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