20:30 Sligo Tue 21 May 2019

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  • 1m 2f 110y, Good
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner€12,012.002nd€3,724.003rd€1,775.004th€799.005th€312.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:2m 24.17sOff time:20:30:55
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1
(6)
7/2

A Born to Sea gelding out of a Montjeu mare; he showed promise by making late grounds on debut at Dundalk at the start of this month and should be a lot wiser this time. No issues expected with the switch to turf; one to seriously consider.

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2
(8)
39-5OR:
11/10

Related to winners over jumps and is out of a half-sister to 1m2f Group 3 winner Alayan; he created the impression that he already needs a trip on debut at Cork 11 days ago. One to monitor with an eye on the future.

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4
(7)
39-5OR:
14/1

A half-brother to French middle distance winner Lasspour and out of a half-sister to Group 1 winner Lingari; yard very capable of having ready to rock at the first time of asking. Well worth a betting check.

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6
(4)
8/1

Cost 60,000 gns as a yearling and has plenty of winners in his bloodlines; could only find the one pace on debut over a mile at Killarney last July and might do better now he's upped in trip. Improvement needed.

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7
(5)
39-5OR:
5/1

Modest efforts in his first two starts as a juvenile but did show a but more on his seasonal return at Limerick last month; upped in trip here and more now required but going the right way and will be interesting in handicaps after this.

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8
(9)
39-5OR:
50/1

Didn't show much on debut and improvement needed from this €5,000 son of Morpheus; yard very much respected but a betting move might be unrewarding to follow on this occasion unless the gelding took plenty from his debut run.

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9
(3)
39-0OR:
7/1

Interesting pedigree and noteworthy her yard is in good form just now. Big improvement needed after her inauspicious debut at Galway last October though.

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Non-Runners

3
(1)
Bear Claws
39-5OR: -
T: A OliverJ: S Foley
5
(2)
Overheer11
39-5OR: -
T: J G MurphyJ: G F Carroll

Last Year's Winner

Last year's winner is unavailable

Betting

Forecast

Alakahan (11/10), A Wave Of The Sea (7/2), Small Town Boy (5/1), Alice Milligan (7/1), Recent Revelations (8/1), Lalipour (14/1), Bear Claws (14/1), Overheer (20/1), Ventnor (50/1)

Verdict

A WAVE OF THE SEA caught the eye in defeat on debut and is likely to be seen to better effect now he's got the benefit of experience to draw from; an attribute which relegates the well bred debutante Lalipour to second suggestion this time. Small Town Boy has more to offer and is worth a betting check, while Alkahan is forwarded as a horse to keep tabs on for future reference if nothing else.
  1. A Wave Of The Sea
  2. Lalipour
  3. Small Town Boy

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