16:05 Gowran Park Mon 3 June 2019
Ran a career best last time when third of 13 runners at Sligo over the extended 1m2f trip. Back down in trip slightly and that should help his chances. Each-way claims.
Showed very little in his three AW appearances last season, however, looked more promising on her opening turf run last time when he was fourth of 16 runners. Cheekpieces on for first time. One to watch.
Was second of 13 runners at this course over the shorter trip of 7f back in April. Made no impression in the closing stages of his last start here over 1m when ninth of 16. Needs to improve.
Remains a maiden after his seven starts as a two-year-old. His best run last season came when he was third of 14 runners at Dundalk (7f) on the AW. One for shortlist.
Was 8th of 13 runners on his last last at Cork (1m2f) when going off at 100/1 in the betting. Handicap debut today and any market support would be interesting behind him.
Back down in trip after finishing 12th of 21 runners at Leopardstown last month. Still a maiden after five starts and needs to produce a lot more than he has shown so far.
Ran well on debut at Naas (6f) last season when ninth of 20 runners. Since then has shown very little. Taking a step up in trip on handicap debut which makes her an interesting runner.
Ninth of 16 runners at Naas (1m) back in April. Lighty-raced filly who is a maiden after four starts. Needs to be improve on what she has shown so far.
Been off the track since for six months following a light two-year-old campaign. On handicap debut here but needs to produce a lot more to be in the mix.
Was sixth of 16 runners at this course over 1m last month where he didn't get a clear run in the home straight. Remains off the same mark so one to consider.
Remains a maiden after six races and was very disappointing last time out when last of 18 runners at Cork over the extended 1m trip. Needs to bounce back.
Was 12th of 17 runners over this C&D last time where he was slowly away which ruined his chances of success. On handicap debut today. Others preferred.
Hasn't looked like being in the frame so far in his three racecourse starts, including when 14th of 16 runners at Naas (1m2f) last time. On his handicap debut today and it will be interesting if there is market support for him.
Well beaten on all three of her starts so far, with her latest run coming at Down Royal (7f) where she was last of 14 runners. On handicap debut and up in trip but hard to make a case for.
All three of her starts so far have come on the AW at Dundalk where she has shown very little. Been off the track since finishing 13 of 14 runners over 1m. Handicap debut but others preferred.
Could only finish eighth of 10 runners at Dundalk (7f) on latest start on the AW. Handicap debut and on turf for first time but difficult to fancy.
Second Reserve. A maiden after four starts so far. Was fourth of 15 runners at Clonmel over the extended 1m1f trip back in April. Needs to bounce back from disappointing effort at Killarney on latest run.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J P O'BrienJ: D O'Brien|
Finding Nero (11/2), Belle Cora (6/1), High Glory (6/1), Olympic Honour (13/2), Red Sole Diva (7/1), Manard (7/1), Spelga (9/1), Faerie Laws (9/1), Grove Gold (10/1), Cosmic Jazz (10/1), All About Maddy (16/1), Charlie Bit Me (16/1), Seafield (16/1), Han Solo (16/1), Fescue (25/1), Paisean (25/1), Vineyard Sound (33/1), The Lady's Bid (33/1), Wicklow Gale (33/1), Nanafullam (66/1)
- Cosmic Jazz
- Finding Nero
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