19:30 Gowran Park Wed 29 May 2019
Failed to make the grade in seven starts for trainer Aidan O'Brien. Well held on first start for 604 days on first start for new connections in a Curragh 1m handicap earlier this month.
One from 11 in his career and was a 99-rated handicapper when in the hands of David Menuisier. Mild signs of promise at the Curragh recently but best watched here unless the market suggests otherwise.
Popular gelding, course winner that has also won over this trip. Still running his gutsy and genuine races in defeat and another bold show looks likely in this contest.
Tough and genuine sort who continues to give her all in battle. Her second of 16 beaten ½L over this trip at Navan in March off a 7lb lower mark, before a win at Cork, puts her in the mix.
Six-race maiden who is without success in four starts on turf for trainer Robert Cowell. Unlikely to be troubling the judge on handicap debut but any market move should be noted.
Drops 1lb below mark that saw the Dandy Man filly win at Killarney 11 months ago. Not given a hard time when beaten on seasonal debut at Leopardstown earlier this month and worth a market check.
Winner on the AW at Dundalk over 1m in February but remains a six race maiden on turf.Well held at Leopardstown earlier this month and still looking no nearer to breakthrough success.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J S BolgerJ: L T McAteer|
Tony The Gent (6/4), Gasta (7/2), Contrapposto (6/1), Miss Zizi (7/1), Utah (8/1), Masalai (10/1), Emphatic (20/1)
- Tony The Gent
- Miss Zizi
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