15:10 Cork Sun 21 April 2019
Smart chaser at best, though lightly-raced since scoring at this level in November 2017 at Naas (2m, soft to heavy). Only third of five (beaten 21L) last month at Navan in Grade 2 Webster Cup (2m, soft); leaves plenty to work on.
Decent staying chaser, for all that he hasn't won in over two years. Excellent effort in the Becher at Aintree in December and runner-up at Fairyhouse behind Snugsborough Benny next time. Unseated in Topham Chase latest (going well at time).
3m Grade 1 winner at Punchestown in 2015. Lost his way at the end of last season and showed little in Grade 2 Redmills Chase (2m4f, yielding to soft) in February, fourth of four behind Monalee. Gone well over hurdles this term, one to beat. at best.
Decent handicap chaser, with fine 8-16 scoring record over fences. Sure to run his race and is a course winner coming here on back of career-best win last month at Wexford (2m4f, soft to heavy). More needed in graded company.
Ex-Jonjo O'Neill mare, runner-up first two starts for this trainer including in Listed Clonmel contest (2m4f, good) against her own sex in November. Midfield in Paddy Power Chase at Leopardstown over Christmas, one spin over hurdles since.
Mixed bag since going chasing this term, with 1-10 record. Fair second Grade 2 mares' novice at Limerick last time, much more demanding assignment here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W J BurkeJ: J J Burke|
Killultagh Vic (1/1), Westerner Point (7/2), Timeforwest (4/1), Ball D'Arc (8/1), Call It Magic (14/1), Oh Me Oh My (25/1)
- Killultagh Vic
- Westerner Point
- Call It Magic
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