12:50 Clonmel Thu 10 January 2019

  • Lisronagh Handicap Hurdle (80-95)
  • 2m 110y, Yielding (Yielding to Soft in places)
  • 17 Runners
  • Winner€6,160.002nd€1,910.003rd€910.004th€410.005th€160.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:-Off time:12:51:16
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1
1011-12OR: 95D
33/1

Showed very little in a couple of handicap hurdle defeats last year and appears to need some relief from the handicapper before consideration.

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2
511-10OR: 95
20/1

Unable to halt a desolate run of form since maiden hurdle debut at Thurles in November. Looks a tall order on form shown.

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3
911-9OR: 92D
16/1

Distance winner who finished fifth of 23 last month in a Tramore handicap hurdle on stable debut. Entitled to make the shortlist.

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4
611-9OR: 92
9/2

Still going well in a close up third when falling three out in a Thurles handicap hurdle when last seen in November on stable debut. Worth a market check.

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5
611-9OR: 92
20/1

Nothing of note in three disappointing maiden hurdle starts since November, but could be of interest following any market move on handicap debut.

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6
511-7OR: 92
25/1

Beaten at least 69L in each of his last three maiden hurdle starts since November. Could be of interest on handicap debut in first-time blinkers.

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7
611-6OR: 89
7/2

Winner of a Leicester handicap hurdle over a similar trip last month on good to firm ground. Carried 4lb more here and should make her presence felt.

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8
911-5OR: 88
7/2

Solid and consistent form in a couple of handicap hurdle starts recently at Tramore over a similar distance. Capable of running a big race.

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9
511-3OR: 88
20/1

Finished 72L adrift of the highly thought of Relegate in a Naas maiden hurdle last month on stable debut. Needs to improve on handicap introduction.

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10
511-1OR: 86
28/1

Regular visitor to the track but has appeared to have completely lost any semblance of ability since July. Out of form recently and hard to fancy.

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11
1011-0OR: 83
33/1

Eight-race maiden who has hit the frame on just the one occasion. Needs to show significant improvement in this company.

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12
511-0OR: 85D
10/1

Distance winner of a Limerick handicap hurdle on soft ground when last seen over Christmas off a 5lb lower mark. Another bold show looks likely.

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13
810-12OR: 81
7/1

Has flattered to deceive in a couple of runs since returning to action over hurdles in November. Even her best form would leave her short of what is required here.

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14
810-11OR: 80
25/1

Regressing gelding by Daylami who has been well beaten in a number of dispiriting efforts in the last 12-months. Hard to construct much of a case for him in this contest.

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15
1010-11OR: 80
50/1

10-race maiden hurdler who is yet to hit the frame. Heavy defeats last summer, including an 88L reversal when last seen in July makes her impossible to consider.

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16
810-11OR: 80
25/1

Has produced a number of laboured runs in the last 12-months including when returning from a break in a Limerick handicap hurdle over Christmas. Needs to show significant improvement in this company.

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17
410-2OR: 87
14/1

Struggled since returning to action in October, including a heavy defeat on handicap debut on New year's day at Tramore. Unlikely to play a part in the finish.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Graineyhill711-84/5
T: G ElliottJ: D N Russell

Betting

Forecast

Camile (7/2), Lord Boru (7/2), Thereisnodoubt (9/2), Fly Round The Bend (7/1), Still Alive (10/1), Mooborak (14/1), Black Ice (16/1), Load Up Time (20/1), West Is Best (20/1), Magen's Moon (20/1), Bantiss Jack (25/1), Roccorovermann (25/1), Auction Reminder (25/1), The Mcgregornator (28/1), Punches Pious (33/1), Cristy's Call (33/1), Boston Oscar (50/1)

Verdict

CAMILE landed a Leicester handicap hurdle for connections last month and trainer Joseph O'Brien appears to have found an ideal opportunity for the six-year-old to follow up here off a 4lb higher mark. Lord Boru who has been solid and consistent form in a couple of handicap hurdle starts recently and last time out winner, Still Alive can emerge as the biggest dangers. Bantiss Jack for trainer Denis Hogan could go well at a price in first-time blinkers on handicap debut.
  1. Camile
  2. Still Alive
  3. Bantiss Jack

Video Replay

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F: 114-111

T: G P Cromwell

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