17:05 Killarney Mon 13 May 2019
Hurdles debut. Has won his last two Flat starts back in 2017 including in first-time blinkers. Wears cheekpieces for his hurdles debut and looks to have a decent chance if fit.
Very consistent in bumpers last year and should go close if translating that form over hurdles. May just need this run but ran well enough on his debut in 2018.
Looks fairly well exposed and did not impress much last season. Hard to see him winning but may plug on for a place if others disappoint.
Yet to complete from three races between the flags. Unlikely type but worth a market check.
Only average in his bumper effort last season although was at least consistent. Hard to see him making an impact on his hurdling debut.
Unfancied when pulled up on his hurdles debut at Cork in April. Previous bumper form was nothing special and surprising if he were to improve enough to feature here.
Unraced on the Flat and difficult to assess over hurdles given his mainly Flat pedigree. Market will be the best guide.
Quick reappearance is interesting after never being a factor in a Punchestown bumper earlier this month. Previous NH Flat form was nothing special and based on that he is hard to fancy.
Well beaten on hurdling debut earlier this year and previous point-to-point form nothing to write home about; up against it.
Related to some fair hurdler/chasers and she picks up all the allowances here but difficult to assess and watching brief advised on racing debut unless the market speaks in her favour.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H De BromheadJ: D Robinson|
Doctor Duffy (9/10), Abyssinian (7/2), Room To Roam (5/1), Chasing Abbey (7/1), Four Country Roads (12/1), Clouncerna (33/1), Rising Phoenix (33/1), Django Dancer (40/1), Alvito (66/1), Gangsters Paradise (100/1)
- Doctor Duffy
- Room To Roam
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