17:35 Killarney Sun 12 May 2019
Gelding by High Chaparral out of a Mr Greely mare. Cost 5,500gns at last years Newmarket sales in May. Not disgraced on debut in a Naas bumper in February before weakening and pulling up before two out on hurdling introduction.
Gelding by Bonbon Rose out of a Urgent Request mare. Cost €800 as a three-year-old. Fell on sole point-to-point start before a modest effort on hurdling debut at Sligo last month.
Rio De La Plata gelding out of a Slickly mare. Dam unraced. Possibly best watched on debut from a yard not renowned for their bumper winners.
Scorpion gelding out of an unraced down who is related to a few jumps winners. Shaped well on March debut finishing second of 14 beaten 9½L in a Limerick maiden. Worthy of consideration again following first flight hiccup at Cork last month.
Gelding by Arcadio out of a Milan mare. Dam unraced. Worth a market check on debut representing yard who had their Jack Thunder finish second of nine behind The Brass Man at Tipperary on Thursday.
Gelding by Camacho out of a Eurobus mare. Half-brother to five winners including 2m4f hurdle winner Gusda. Looks a long-term prospect.
Kapgarde gelding out of a Roi De Rome mare. Half-brother to French 2m3f - 2m4f hurdle winner Unroi De Touzaine. Possibly best watched on debut unless market suggests otherwise.
By Barely A Moment out of a Moscow Society mare. Home-bred gelding, half-brother to winners Rose Alice and bumper winner Mary B. Only beat one home on debut in a 14-runner Ballinrobe bumper last month and best watched on second start.
Well Chosen gelding has shown little aptitude in two previous starts at Thurles on debut and a 99L defeat at Punchestown last month to be considered in this company.
Gelding by Fame And Glory out of a Presenting mare. Dam a point-to-point winner finished well beaten on sole bumper start. Worth a market check on debut representing a yard that produced Front View to win a bumper at the recent Punchestown festival.
Gelding by Imperial Monarch out of an Overbury mare. Dam winner of one of her three bumper starts and winning Grade 3 novice hurdler. Worthy of a market check on debut but likely to be one for the future.
Gelding by Ask out of a Great Palm mare. Dam unraced half-sister to high-class staying jumper Lord Transcend. Promising second of 14 beaten 12L on bumper debut at Ballinrobe last month. One of the more likely types.
Born To Sea gelding out of a Peintre Celebre mare. Dam winner of one of her seven starts on the Flat in France, placing in a Listed contest. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Shirocco filly out of a Revoque mare. Dam unraced. Possibly best watched on debut representing connections not renowned for their national hunt runners.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W P MullinsJ: Mr P W Mullins|
Home By The Lee (7/2), Pipers Meadow (4/1), Don Patricio (5/1), Didly D (5/1), Flash De Touzaine (7/1), Carnet De Stage (8/1), Noble Monarch (16/1), Bentanya (22/1), Happie Days (25/1), Forgotten Moment (25/1), Our Patsy (25/1), Arizona Boy (25/1), Baronial Hall (33/1), Wild Wind Blowing (33/1)
- Pipers Meadow
- Carnet De Stage
- Home By The Lee
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