19:45 Dundalk Fri 15 March 2019
Winner of two of his 19 starts at this venue but missing from the track since August when well beaten at the Curragh. Looks opposable.
Beaten 2L when finishing seventh of 14 here over 6f earlier this month. Yard have a good record here in the last three years boasting a 31% win and place strike rate in the month of March. Should be a leading player.
Not won for over 18 months but was running off a mark of 79 at his best. Well held in a number of starts here towards the end of the year and hard to make a case for him on form to hand.
Impressive figures over 1m winning here in January and hitting the frame on a further four occasions. Has hit the frame in one of her three starts over C&D and is one for the shortlist in this company.
Beaten favourite last time out when eased inside the final furlong to finish last of 12 over C&D last month. Improved effort would not surprise.
Modest 67-rated handicapper for trainer James Eustace. Not disgraced but generally finds one or two better handicapped sorts in the field running over a variety of trips. Others make more appeal.
Well held in three starts on turf before a promising sixth of 14 beaten 2L on AW debut over C&D in November. Plenty to like about his most recent run in February and looks open to plenty of improvement.
Distance winner of a Down Royal handicap last summer and ran a couple of decent races in defeat over C&D since. Well held on latest start last month and needs a couple of these to falter.
Two from 10 over C&D, ran well in defeat when finishing 2½L adrift of Cappadocia over the combination last month. Encouraging run over 1m here last time out and hold place claims in this contest.
Had a strange three-year-old season with attempts at everything from 5f to 1m2f. Placed in one of his two starts over C&D back in September 2017 and looks opposable on first run since August.
Four race maiden who is yet to start at odds less than 33/1. First time cheekpieces unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
Distance winner who has finished runner-up over C&D in two of his last five visits, beaten less than 1L on both occasions. Disappointed over 7f last month and others preferred for win purposes.
Plenty to like about her most recent start over C&D when finishing second of 12 beaten a head behind Amazing One last month on handicap debut. Entitled to be in the mix.
Consistent sort who is rarely disgraced in runs here over a variety of trip. C7D winner of one of his 14 starts here and likely to find a couple stronger in the finish once again.
Last Year's Winner
|6||The Lords Walk||5||9-9||10/1||Full Result|
|T: J P FaheyJ: R P Whelan|
Latchet (10/3), Ken's Sam's (9/2), Iseebreeze (13/2), Pedro De Styles (13/2), Blue Whisper (9/1), Hey Pretty (10/1), Three Majors (10/1), Crest Of A Wave (14/1), Very Smart (16/1), Northern Surprise (16/1), Zeb City (16/1), Bluesbreaker (20/1), Conversant (20/1), Burren View Lady (20/1), Fivehundredmiles (33/1), Takeachancejimmy (33/1), Flojo (50/1)
- Ken's Sam's
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