17:10 Kilbeggan Fri 17 May 2019
Four-race maiden hurdler. Missed 12 months until three dismal efforts on return to action in January. Pulled up on latest start earlier this month and tough to see where improvement is coming from.
Point-to-point form was moderate and so too is the value of the form of his four maiden hurdle efforts under rules. Well below par form looks set to continue here.
Has a point-to-point win to his name but that was on better ground, and was back in 2016. Not seen for over a year and no form under Rules to speak of. Others readily preferred.
Jeremy filly that cost €10,000 as a three-year-old. Dam was a winner of a bumper and hurdle contest over 2m4f. Hints of ability on first start for new connections earlier this month at Downpatrick. Good chance handicaps will suit in future.
Seven-race maiden on the Flat, her career has been blighted by prolonged absences. Has struggled in a couple of recent handicaps and needs to improve significantly for Champion hurdle winning yard to play a role in this contest.
Three race maiden, well held on hurdling debut in a Tramore 2m contest last month. Requires a chunk of improvement to play a role here.
Yet to make the frame from five attempts over hurdles, but signs of improvement when last seen in a Clonmel maiden in October. Brings much the best form to the race and appears to be the most likely to get off the mark.
Last Year's Winner
Our Nest Egg (7/4), Jeremy's Delight (7/2), Muyam Spirit (4/1), Amor Verdadero (11/2), Moyode Lady (12/1), Cadougarde (12/1), West Of Milan (33/1)
- Our Nest Egg
- Amor Verdadero
- Muyam Spirit
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