20:15 Dundalk Fri 22 March 2019
Beaten just three horses home in three starts and looks of very limited ability already. No realistic chance here.
Well beaten at a big price on only start at Gowran Park last October, showing little. Gelded since but hard to fancy.
Half-brother to two French winners in Mouraska (1m3f) and Momour (1m4f), this trip should suit on debut (may want further in the future) and surface shouldn't be an issue. Yard have 13% strike rate here, and this one is very much respected.
Bred to want this sort of a trip this year, nice enough third on debut here in November when a staying-on third over 7f and will improve on that. Yard get plenty of winners here, and one of the more likely ones.
Well beaten both starts so far, gelded since last being seen, which may help, but faces some good sorts here and is best watched.
Half-brother to a few winners (from trips of 6f-1m4f) and he made a perfectly satisfactory debut here last month, beaten under a length in fourth. Needs more here but place chances if he can take another step forward.
Highly tried last year, second to Skitter Skatter in a G2 at the Curragh in August but a bit disappointing after that. Big step down in grade here though and if fit after absence, looks the one to beat.
Debut effort wasn't without some promise but blotted her copybook when giving trouble in the stalls latest and unshipping her rider. Hood on here but no realistic chance regardless.
Last Year's Winner
|6||High Street Lady||3||9-0||8/1||Full Result|
|T: A J MartinJ: R P Whelan|
Bandiuc Eile (1/1), Pearlman (6/4), Very Excellent (6/1), Mouriyani (13/2), Soloheadbeg (33/1), Millford Sound (50/1), Aaron Boy (100/1), Sheamer Princess (100/1), Dsoloman (100/1)
- Bandiuc Eile
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