20:45 Dundalk Wed 17 April 2019
Landed a summer hat-trick on turf last season and well-handicapped if she could improve on her previous AW efforts. Rider still seeking first win.
Finished third over C&D in December but has lost his way since under both codes. Has slipped to a nice mark and one to note if coming in for support.
Lightly raced mare who was a 65-rated maiden for trainer Jim Bolger. Not seen on the track for 15 months and possibly best watched on return to action.
Has won once in six starts here and placed in three others. Yet to win on the Flat beyond a mile and blinkered for first time.
Triple C&D winner who scored here a year ago off a mark of 72 under this rider. Has been knocking at the door lately and deserves a change of luck.
All four runs have been here and all leave him with plenty of improvement to find. Sixth of thirteen on Sunday's handicap debut which gives him plenty to find with Sharjah.
Stayed on well for third here on return when the slow pace would not have helped. Closely matched with Sharjah on that form and improvement can be expected for the benefit of the run and application of blinkers.
Beat Sharjah 3¼L over C&D last month but has twice finished behind him off her revised mark since so something needs to change.
Closely matched with a few of these on her run here 12 days ago. Remains a maiden after 16 runs and she might appreciate further still.
Largely out of sorts for well over a year and first time blinkers failed to bring about the required amount of improvement last time. Top jockey on board but that is all she has going for her.
Low grade maiden handicapper after 14 starts who has made the frame just once. Needs to improve and the refitting of cheekpieces is a start, but unlikely to be enough.
Longstanding maiden who has barely beaten a rival since joining this yard and is hardly set to do much better from 5lb out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Schoolboy Error||5||9-6||9/2||Full Result|
|T: Shane NolanJ: C D Hayes|
Sharjah (3/1), Rockfish (5/1), Mistiness (5/1), Miss Louise (5/1), Dayereh (11/2), Alcander (6/1), Earl Of Bunnacurry (7/1), Shoofly (14/1), Bruinneall (20/1), Lean And Keen (20/1), Jazzy J (20/1), Glenbank King (25/1), Lady Magdala (33/1), Langham (66/1)
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