15:35 Clonmel Thu 15 November 2018
C&D winner of this contest 12-months ago. Kept on well under pressure on seasonal return but was no match for the winner in a Wexford Listed chase last month. Improvement likely.
Five-time winner over fences last season but will need to raise overall profile to play a role in this company.
Distance winner who has failed to finish two of her last three starts over hurdles and fences. Well below par form looks set to continue here.
Won a Roscommon beginners chase in August before following up at Listowel in September. Still in touch when making a mistake at the second last, putting paid to any chance she held, at Tipperary last month. Not to be taken lightly.
Step up to novice company is looking increasingly beyond the mare following a number of desolate displays recently. Liable to find a couple stronger.
Winner of a Gowran Park chase over 2m2f last month but appears completely out of her depth in this contest.
Running well in defeat in three starts last month but stable going through a rough time of it and the mare is unlikely to play a part in the finish.
One from two this season and last seen winning a 3m novice handicap chase at Southwell in June when in the hands of Jonjo O'Neill. Worth a market check on stable debut.
Last Year's Winner
|Dinaria Des Obeaux||4||9-11||4/6|
|T: G ElliottJ: J W Kennedy|
Shattered Love (11/8), Camelia De Cotte (7/4), Dinaria Des Obeaux (3/1), Polar Present (6/1), Youcantcallherthat (6/1), Timeforwest (7/1), Miss Eyecatcher (14/1), Dawn In The Park (20/1), Oh Me Oh My (66/1)
- Shattered Love
- Dinaria Des Obeaux
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