14:50 Clonmel Thu 6 December 2018
In the form of his life right now, and followed up Wexford victory with a hard-fought win at Naas last time. Likely to go well in hat-trick bid.
Struggling to find best form at the moment, and pulled up at Punchestown last week, so not easy to make a case for him.
Triple winning point-to-pointer left previous rules form behind when scoring at Tramore (2m5f, heavy) in April. Back to winning ways at Gowran recently, and considered again.
Into the veteran stage, and yet to make much impact over fences, so not easy to support him on return from absence, for all his yard is in form.
On a long losing run, and well held over hurdles last time. This represents his first try in a handicap chase, but others are more persuasive.
Mixed record of late for Paul Flynn, and starts out for a new yard after a lengthy break, so probably best watched, unless betting suggests otherwise.
Won over hurdles here in June 2017, but not scored since, although shaped better last time. On a feasible mark for handicap chase debut, and market useful.
On a long losing run and struggling to make a meaningful impact of late, so easy enough to put a line through his chances here.
Last Year's Winner
Lacken Bridge (6/4), Peacocks Secret (5/2), Maighnealta (7/1), Milanesque (15/2), Bective Cave (10/1), Capture The Drama (12/1), Lettermacaward (25/1), Burning Issues (33/1)
- Lacken Bridge
- Peacocks Secret
- Bective Cave
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