20:00 Roscommon Mon 13 May 2019

  • Follow Us On Facebook Maiden Hurdle
  • 2m 4f 199y, Good (Good to Firm in places)
  • 8 Runners
  • Winner€6,775.002nd€2,101.003rd€1,001.004th€451.005th€176.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:5m 15.0sOff time:20:00:58
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1
811-12OR:
10/1

Sending mixed signals in three career hurdle starts towards the end of the year. Will need to raise overall profile to play a part on return to action.

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2
511-12OR:
6/1

Impressive winner of a Gowran Park maiden for Ger Lyons before joining new connections for €85,000. Pulled up when breaking blood vessels when last seen in December. Fitness can be only taken on trust, but a big contender if good enough.

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3
511-12OR:
100/1

Failed to finish in a couple of point-to-point starts before pulling up on hurdling debut in a Cork maiden last month. Hard to place any faith in.

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4
511-12OR: BFC
2/1

Two-from-two in bumpers after wins at Down Royal and Roscommon before finishing a promising third of 18 on hurdling debut when last seen in July. Likely more to come on return to action for respected connections, currently in flying form.

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5
511-12OR:
10/1

Gelding by Kalanisi out of a Grand Plaisir mare. Dam was a bumper/2m hurdle winner. Well beaten 40L in a disappointing debut appearance at Kilbeggan last month. Easy to look elsewhere.

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6
711-12OR:
11/8

Lightly raced Stowaway gelding who won a Clonmel bumper in 2017 and has only been seen on the one occasion at Limerick over 12 months ago. Interesting connections are keeping faith with the seven-year-old.

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7
711-5OR:
14/1

Well held in a couple of maiden hurdle starts previous to a dismal bumper effort at Fairyhouse on return to action last month. Unlikely to play a part in the finish.

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8
511-5OR:
66/1

Mare by Ask out of a well-related mare. Beaten 68L in a Wexford bumper last month and well out of her depth in this company.

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Last Year's Winner

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Betting

Forecast

Warlike Intent (11/8), Jerandme (2/1), Erratic Path (6/1), An Fearchan (10/1), Ooksoo (10/1), Betsy Boots (14/1), Miss Rossie (66/1), Hourie (100/1)

Verdict

In a contest that shouldn't take a great deal of winning the Dermot Weld-trained, JERANDME can improve for the step up in trip, continuing the exciting progress of the gelding. The Gigginstown House Stud-owned Warlike Intent can emerge as the biggest danger with connections showing great patience with the seven-year-old. Erratic Path and An Fearchan can battle for the remaining place.
  1. Jerandme
  2. Warlike Intent
  3. An Fearchan

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