17:45 Dundalk Fri 15 March 2019
Winner of a couple of bumpers and hurdles, could be worth a check in the market on AW debut. Yard have a good record here in the last three years boasting a 55% win and place strike rate in the month of March.
Has hit the frame in one of his three starts here but has been badly out of form over hurdles and on the Flat since August. Others preferred.
Fit from hurdling when down the field here last month and once again when finishing seventh of 13 beaten 6L here last week over C&D. Others look more convincing at this level.
Winner of six of his 34 starts at the track but is on a losing run of 13. Without a win or a place in six starts here this term and others preferred for win purposes.
Winner of one of his 20 career starts including finishing last of 11 on sole start here 12 months ago. Not seen since October and no encouragement to be taken from runs after a break.
Five race maiden well held on each occasion at this track over a variety of trips. Has shown little aptitude in those starts to be considered in this company.
Gelding has placed on three occasions from five starts over C&D. Yard have a good record here in the last three years boasting a 31% win and place strike rate in the month of March. Entitled to make the shortlist.
Last Year's Winner
|T: P J F MurphyJ: G M Ryan|
Georgian Bay (1/1), Chateau Conti (9/4), Ishebayorgrey (7/1), New Vocation (8/1), Zayriyan (9/1), Match My Fire (14/1), Cape Agulhas (20/1), John Honeyman (25/1)
- Georgian Bay
- Chateau Conti
- New Vocation
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