19:55 Kilbeggan Fri 17 May 2019
Winner of two of her 16 races over the larger obstacles including victory in a novice chase at the Fairyhouse Easter festival last month. Beaten on latest handicap start but capable of a big run if in the mood.
Four from 18 over fences but a number of below par runs last season indicate his mark may have caught up with him. Appears to need some relief from the handicapper.
Made a winning debut over fences when netting a Down Royal beginners contest over 2m4f in December but the geldings form has quickly deteriorated in a number of starts since. Looks up against it here.
Presenting gelding got off the mark over the larger obstacles for connections at the seventh time of asking at Sligo last September. Went on to run well in defeat in a couple of starts when last seen in November. One to be interested in.
Experienced chaser of 26 starts with the Golan gelding winning on just two occasions. Not seen since finishing sixth of 13 beaten 19L at Punchestown in November and may need the run on return.
Better over hurdles than she is fences the Milan mare needs to find significant improvement following a couple of dour efforts at Tramore and at the Fairyhouse Easter festival last month.
Had a good spell in the autumn of 2017 and again in the spring/summer of late year. Winner of three of his 19 starts over fences but likely to find a couple of better handicapped sorts lurking.
Six race maiden over fences for Phillip Hobbs and not having the best of fortune in a couple of starts for current connections. Market likely to reveal expectations on return to action.
Last Year's Winner
|T: N MeadeJ: S W Flanagan|
Mill Quest (7/4), Getaway Kid (4/1), Thecraicisninety (9/2), Jaime Sommers (7/1), Shanpallas (9/1), Poormans Hill (14/1), Fenlon's Hill (14/1), Allee Bleue (16/1)
- Mill Quest
- Getaway Kid
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