18:00 Sligo Tue 21 May 2019
On a reasonably attractive mark and is in good form just now. Solid claims if coping with the drop in trip.
Won here from a mark of 70 last year and was well supported on the day. Now 9lb higher and is arguably better over a longer trip but is entitled to respect and worth a betting check.
Suited by 6f and been cut some slack by the handicapper; solid claims from 2lb above his last winning mark and positive that he gets on well with today's 7lb claimer. Dangerous to rule out.
Potentially on a competitive mark but is 0-12 on turf and recent profile lacks consistency. Should be fitter for the run at The Curragh earlier in the month but still has a bit to prove.
Won over this trip at Dundalk in April but held in three runs since. Has a bit to find with Honor Oak from last time out.
Beaten at short odds at Musselburgh last time and comes here on a retrieval mission. A 4lb higher mark does him no favours though.
Well handicapped on the pick of his form and is just 2lb above his only previous winning mark on turf; Plenty to prove after a poor run last time out though.
Form has been mixed since his win at Dundalk last November; was well backed at Musselburgh at the start of this month but failed to justify favouritism; and this looks a tougher assignment.
A modest handicapper whose sole win to date was gained in ordinary company. Has a bit to prove from a 3lb higher mark and has yet to race on turf before today; so possibly best watched.
Last Year's Winner
Honor Oak (11/4), Caesar's Comet (9/2), Bay Of Skaill (6/1), Kasbah (13/2), Premier League (7/1), Ahundrednotout (9/1), Sors (10/1), A Likely Story (14/1), Iseebreeze (20/1)
- Honor Oak
- Premier League
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