17:00 Dundalk Fri 8 February 2019
Two career wins have come on turf but is without success in five starts on the AW. Best watched on stable debut.
Winner over 1m here landing a claiming contest in November on stable debut. Couldn't have been much more impressive that day when travelling well in to the race before a dominant finish and must have leading claims here.
Course winner and not beaten far on return to this surface towards the end of the year, following a number of runs at Navan. Any market move would be worth noting.
Well held in three desolate starts at this venue including on a couple of occasions over C&D. Out of sorts on the surface and this looks a tough task.
Distance winner who finished eighth of 18 in a Clonmel maiden hurdle last month on final start for Joseph O'Brien. Running well in defeat on turf last autumn and is not to be taken lightly here.
Modest 67-rated handicapper for trainer James Eustace and well beaten on first start for current connections when last seen in November over 6f. Form doesn't warrant support here.
Won a claiming race here back in November but no match for Yuften next time out when beaten 4L, albeit finishing runner-up. Not beaten far last time and has a bit to find on official ratings but in good form at least.
Without a win in 10 visits here including on three occasions over C&D. Liable to find a couple stronger in this contest.
Lightly raced Red Jazz filly without a win in three starts and not seen since September 2017. Impossible to fancy against these rivals.
Nine-race maiden at this venue over a variety of trips. Still looking no nearer to a breakthrough success.
Last Year's Winner
Yuften (1/2), Hasselnott (4/1), That Is The Spirit (8/1), Best Not Argue (10/1), Reckless Lad (10/1), Sharp Defence (16/1), Art Of Unity (20/1), Blue Whisper (66/1), Mr Shelby (66/1), Flojo (100/1), Fianchetto (100/1)
- Best Not Argue
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