15:10 Wexford Wed 22 May 2019
Winner of two of his nine starts over hurdles. Landed a 2m3½f contest at Clonmel in January before being overwhelmed at the Cheltenham festival in the Martin Pipe. Second on latest start and more at home in this company.
Made a winning reappearance/chase debut over 2m5f at Fairyhouse in November on good ground but built on that run in three subsequent starts since. Hard to fancy but cannot be completely dismissed representing respected connections.
Won a Wexford handicap off a 4lb lower mark in June on stable debut. Well held and disappointing since. Not seen since October and best watched on delayed return.
Off the mark at the fourth time of asking in a Fairyhouse maiden over 2m last month. Significant step up in trip but likely to be popular in the market all the same.
14-race maiden for trainer Jessica Harrington including 12 defeats over hurdles. Nothing of note in a couple of starts for new connections and unlikely to be playing a part at the business end of proceedings.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W P MullinsJ: D E Mullins|
Great White Shark (11/10), Daybreak Boy (7/4), Poli Roi (4/1), Mistheatre (33/1), Better B Quick (100/1)
- Daybreak Boy
- Great White Shark
- Poli Roi
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