18:20 Naas Mon 29 April 2019
Winner of five of his 26 starts on turf including Listed success over this trip. Running well last season. Could be a major player here with the seven-year-olds record from a break of over 180 days reading 2121.
Rounded off last season with a fine second at Naas in September before a win over C&D on yielding ground winning by a short-head from Lost Treasure. Heavy defeat on seasonal reappearance in a Navan Listed contest over an extended 5f. More needed.
Won a Listed contest at Navan over a similar trip in 12 months ago beating seven rivals by 1¾L, a race that has failed to hold the form up in any way. Well held on seasonal debut at Navan last month and other look more convincing.
Progressive sort last term landing a hat-trick of wins one of which came at Navan over this trip 12 months ago. Fourth of 15 on debut last month and not one to totally leave out of calculations.
Solid and consistent British raider who improved 16lb following a comeback run at Carlisle in August. Possibly best watched unless the market suggests otherwise.
Course winner that has also won over this trip. Was found out in this company at Naas in July but improved hugely in handicap company last summer. Easy to look elsewhere.
Dundalk maiden winner placed three times subsequently over variety of trips between 5f and 7f. Rated at least 30lb lower than the main protagonists here and looks a little vulnerable.
Winner of three of his 10 starts on turf for trainer Tom Dascombe including when beateing 12 rivals at York when last seen in October. Appears to be aiming a little high here.
Comfortably landed the odds in a 5f Bellewstown maide in August before finding the step up in to Listed company a little tough before the end of the season. Not disgraced on first start of the season but more needed here.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Primo Uomo||6||9-9||20/1||Full Result|
|T: G O'LearyJ: N G McCullagh|
Urban Beat (9/4), Primo Uomo (7/2), Soffia (4/1), Ardhoomey (6/1), Intense Romance (7/1), Tammy Wynette (14/1), Medicine Jack (16/1), Mistress Of Venice (25/1), Nitro Boost (28/1), Blyton (33/1)
- Primo Uomo
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