14:20 Curragh Sun 26 May 2019
Three from 35 in his career hitting the frame on a further four occasions. Last win came 12 months ago off a 4lb higher mark. Has placed over C&D and deserves plenty of respect but unlikely to be troubling the judge.
Three race maiden, well beaten 18L finishing 14th of 17 on seasonal debut at Gowran Park earlier this month. Likely to find better handicapped sorts lurking on the card.
Both of his two career victories, from nine starts, have come over 5½f at Navan. Ran well in defeat when last seen finishing fifth of 17 beaten 2L in a Naas 5f handicap in November. Usually needs first run back from a break.
Four from 30 career starts, running in to the frame on a further five occasions. Has had a busy time since February on the AW at Dundalk and on turf. Winner on latest start at Navan earlier this month but has a 9lb rise to contend with.
Five race maiden on turf but caught the eye on seasonal debut over 5f when finding plenty of trouble in running to finish in midfield at Navan in March. Curiously stepped upped to 7f on next start when a well beaten favourite. Worth a market check.
Winner over 5f and has impressively hit the frame on four of her seven starts over C&D. Not seen since a well beaten 12th of 14 at Dundalk on the AW. Place claims if in the mood.
Has been running well in defeat in a couple of starts this month including finishing fourth of nine at Sligo over this trip. One to watch in the market with a significant jockey change.
Winner of four of his 27 stars on turf, hitting the frame on a further six occasions. All four victories have come over this trip and could be a big player, slipping in the weights, dropping back to this trip.
More recently seen plying her trade on the AW at Dundalk. Just the one success from 16 starts on turf and needs plenty of improvement to play a role in the finish back on this surface.
Finished 4L behind Haqeeba in a Navan 5f handicap earlier this month off a 1lb higher mark. Repeat of that effort with 3lb claimer back in the plate would herald another bold bid.
Just the sole success from 22 starts on turf, but the gelding has been running well in defeat in a number of starts since March. Behind Haqeeba on latest start and holds strong place claims in this company.
Beaten a neck and finished fourth of 30 in two starts for current connections. Appears to be in with a chance of adding to her two career wins to date with cheekpieces reapplied.
Had returned to the track in decent shape when finishing fifth of 18 at Cork last month before getting off the mark for connections at the sixth time of asking on turf in a Sligo 6f handicap on Tuesday. Open to more improvement.
10 race maiden on turf but got off the mark for connections at Dundalk on the AW over 7f last month. Sent off at 16/1 following that win on his latest strat on turf and probably best watched for now.
Winning and running well in defeat in a number of starts on the AW at Dundalk over the winter months. Without success in eight turf starts and is left with plenty to prove on the balance of his form on this surface.
Winner of two of his 15 starts on turf and has hit the frame in three starts over C&D. Last seen in November and others make more appeal on the balance of a number of sorties towards the end of the year.
Solid and consistent sort on the AW winning 12 of his 93 starts. Three from 46 on turf and has seven victories to her name over this trip on a variety of surfaces. Needs quite a few to falter.
Dual Dundalk winner on the AW but is without success in six starts on turf. Others look open to more improvement on this surface.
Eight race maiden with five defeat on turf. The gelding has been showing signs of improvement in two starts at Navan and Naas recently and one of the more intriguing contenders here.
Has hit the frame in a number of starts over C&D and finished a respectable sixth of 30 beaten 9L over the combination earlier this month. Can go well but may find one or two better suited to today's conditions.
Without success in 10 starts with most of her better efforts coming in maiden company. Well held and never nearer in a couple of starts since seasonal debut last month and appears a little vulnerable here.
Finished ahead of Lily's Prince over C&D earlier this month off a similar mark when finishing fifth of 30 beaten 8¾L on yielding ground. Needs to bounce back in a big way to have a say here.
Once rated 80 handicapper for trainer Ed Walker before a fruitless seven month stay with David Griffiths. Well beaten on debut for current connections at Dundalk when last seen in November. Very difficult to fancy against these rivals.
Street Cry gelding who has struggled in three career starts since making his debut in March. Has shown little aptitude so far to be considered in this company.
46-race maiden who has hit the frame in just one of his 28 starts on turf. Not seen since finishing half way down the field in a Navan handicap in October and unlikely to be troubling the judge on stable debut.
Four-race maiden who ran well in defeat on handicap debut last month in a Southwell 6f contest beaten 5L behind Termonator. Could be an interesting outsider in first-time blinkers.
Last Year's Winner
Peshkova (7/1), Gopsies Daughter (9/1), Pleasurable (9/1), Teddy Boy (9/1), Little Clarinet (10/1), Caesar's Comet (10/1), Paved Paradise (11/1), Baby Power (14/1), Syrena (16/1), Lily's Prince (16/1), Haqeeba (16/1), Tide Of Time (16/1), Polly Douglas (20/1), Hee Haw (20/1), Fit For Function (20/1), Canford Art (20/1), Tyrconnell (25/1), Ken's Sam's (25/1), Early Call (25/1), Powersville (33/1), Marylebone (33/1), Burren View Lady (50/1), Slainte (50/1), Angelorum (50/1), Florida's King (50/1), Ten Joys (66/1), Moneebb (66/1), Scobias (100/1)
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