15:55 Tramore Sun 14 April 2019
Good 2L second in a valuable 2m4f novices' handicap chase at Naas (good) in February. Faller at Leopardstown subsequently but remains of interest having won at this venue in the past.
Disappointing in two starts since finishing third in a valuable 3m novices' handicap chase at Navan (3m, heavy) in March last year. Represents a leading stable on return from 11 months off the track.
Dual hurdles winner but form tailed off in France and pulled up in a competitive 2m3f handicap chase at Compiegne (heavy) when last in action 12 months ago. Tongue tie tried for the first time on stable debut.
Successful in a beginners chase at Thurles (2m, soft) in February last year and ran well over 4m subsequently. Pulled up final two starts of 2018 however but looks the stable pick on jockey bookings following nearly 12 months off the track.
Ran well when 14L second in a 2m4f handicap chase at Naas (good-to-yielding) in February. Pulled up subsequently however and more needed in this contest.
Decent effort when 15L third in a six runner hurdle over 3m at Galway (yielding) in October last year. Absent since and looks up against it on return to fences.
Dual hurdles winner but struggled since finishing 10L second over an extended 2m5f at Fairyhouse (yielding) in a beginners chase back in January. Interesting runner receiving weight all round.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M J BoweJ: C A Landers|
Class Conti (11/4), Beyond The Law (10/3), Pylonthepressure (7/2), Monatomic (11/2), Velocity Boy (6/1), Augustin (11/1), Jaime Sommers (20/1)
- Class Conti
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