16:40 Limerick Sat 16 March 2019
€12,000 French bred gelding, dam won over both hurdles and fences in France. Likely to find a few too good on debut.
Gelded son of Jeremy whose sales price jumped to €80,000 as a three-year-old last summer. May be better for the experience but worth noting for any market move.
Tongue tie applied for first time on gelded son of Flat sire Doyen who is related to a number of decent jumps winners. No surprise to see him shape with promise.
Outclassed on debut in Garde 2 event but did much better last time when third at Punchestown and may have learned plenty from that effort. Won't be far away on that evidence.
Solid effort on debut at Naas last month when fourth to Barnes Des Mottes, looking as though he would benefit from the experience. Strong contender in this company.
Represents top connections and missed out by just a short-head on debut at Naas in January before third in listed bumper last time at Punchestown. Sets the standard and could prove hard to beat.
€6,000 filly by Califet who is a half-sister to a couple of winners. Yard going through a quiet spell so other smake more appeal.
Stayed on well on debut when third in decent bumper at Naas last month (Special Brute 4th) and should again give a good account of herself.
Last Year's Winner
Top Moon (4/7), Special Brute (6/1), Farceur Du Large (6/1), Slip Road (7/1), Walking Fame (8/1), Ebadali (9/1), Cayd Boy (10/1), Dreamy Leamy (16/1), Collo Meo (16/1), Blackhillsofdakota (20/1), Kingram Lady (33/1), Shinnecock (50/1)
- Top Moon
- Walking Fame
- Special Brute
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