12:25 Tramore Thu 13 December 2018
Debut winner at Punchestown in October and ran well to finish runner-up in a Listed mares bumper at Navan subsequently. Well held when last seen in April and probably best watched with first-time tongue tie on hurdling debut.
Plenty to like about her second of 11 beaten 1¾L in a Galway maiden hurdle in October. Big run on the cards in first-time hood.
Fairly solid form in a number of point-to-point starts since April. Possibly better to look elsewhere from a yard without a winner in five years.
Hasn't really happened for her in four bumpers and finished down the field on hurdling introduction at Navan last month. Improvement needed here.
Nothing of note in four career starts to date including a couple of dismal efforts over hurdles. Liable to find a couple stronger.
Lightly-raced maiden, has been running respectable races in bumpers of late, including latest at Kilbeggan in August. May need the education here on hurdling bow.
Entitled to have needed the run on return to action in a Wexford bumper when last seen in October. Well held on all three career starts to date.
Modest form in a number of point-to-point starts this year and finished well down the field on maiden hurdle debut at Listowel. Beaten 13L at Thurles last month but could perform better than a number of these.
Desperate form in three maiden hurdles to date, sent off a 100/1 on her last two starts and running accordingly each time. Others preferred.
By Getaway out of a Revoque mare. Only got as far as the second on sole point-to-point start in April and difficult to muster any enthusiasm for hurdling debut here.
Fair form in a couple of point-to-point starts in the spring and should be a leading contender for appealing trainer/jockey combination.
Daughter of Le Cadre Noir out of a Deep Society mare. Well beaten in a couple of dour bumper efforts recently. Hard to place any faith in on hurdling debut.
Not disgraced in a couple of bumper appearances before a promising third of 14 beaten 2½L at Wexford on hurdling debut. One to consider on second start over timber.
Arakan half-sister to several winning jumpers, but she was tailed off on bumper debut at Roscommon before another disappointing display on hurdling debut at Limerick last month. Plenty to prove at present.
Daughter of Westerner out of an Oscar mare. Entitled to need the run on debut for a yard just two from 28 starts this term.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W P MullinsJ: P Townend|
Getaway Katie Mai (4/9), Cordovan Brown (6/1), Niccolai (6/1), Roney (10/1), Ask Neilus (20/1), Doyen's Diva (25/1), Johanna Yeats (25/1), Goulane Jessie (33/1), Bridgets Cross (33/1), Wonderful Woman (50/1), Darrens Diamond (50/1), All The Way West (66/1), Western Line (66/1), Uffizy (66/1), Brazen Bay (66/1), Long Island Jenn (66/1), Remember Le Jumeau (100/1), Lady Lamplight (100/1)
- Getaway Katie Mai
- Goulane Jessie
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