20:40 Roscommon Tue 11 June 2019
Canford Cliffs half-brother to 3 winners. Off the mark at the third time of asking for connections in a Downpatrick bumper last month. Another bold bid looks likely.
Gelding by Fame And Glory out of a Presenting mare. Dam a point-to-point winner finished well beaten on sole bumper start. Looked well ahead on debut when landing a Killarney bumper on good ground last month. Holds leading claims.
Arcadio gelding out of a Little Bighorn mare. Dam unraced sister to bumper/2m - 2m7f hurdle winner Crazy Horse. Looks a long term prospect.
Gelding by Arcadio out of a Supreme Leader mare. Dam unraced. Half-brother to point-to-point/2m1f-3m hurdle/chase winner Shantou Magic. Likely to appreciate the debut experience.
Ballingarry gelding out of a Take Risks mare. Half-brother to French hurdle winners Roc Du Frene and Prettming. Watching brief on debut.
Gelding by Papal Bull out of a Presenting mare. Dam unraced half-sister to point-to-point winners Distant Rain and Oscar Madness. Modest form in a couple of point-to-point efforts recently and best watched here.
Jeremy gelding out of an Oscar mare. Half-brother to bumper/hurdle winner, Suits Yourself and hurdle victor, Aunt Eileen. Doubtful to be troubling the judge on debut.
Gelding by Epaulette out of a Mr Greeley mare. Half-brother to 5f/6f winner in Italy, Into The Wild. Possibly best watched on debut unless the market has other ideas.
Arcadio gelding out of a Beneficial mare. Dam unraced half-sister to 2m hurdle/chase winner Rindoon, from family of top-class jumper Dorans Pride. Likely to go off a big price and run accordingly.
Gelding by Arcadio out of a Darsi mare. Dam placed in a bumper, half-sister to bumper/2m hurdle winner Toberdowney. Unlikely to be involved at the business end of proceedings.
Gelding by Dylan Thomas out of an Old Vic mare. Not sold €13,000 as a three-year-old. Dam bumper/3m1f hurdle winner. Well beaten on debut at Ballinrobe last month and likely to be the same story here.
Bated Breath half-sister to high-class hurdler Wicklow Brave, and made a winning debut at Tramore before disappointing in a Grade 3 contest at Punchestown last month. More her level.
Gelding by Mores Wells out of a Mandalus mare. Cost €7,500 as a three-year-old. Likely to improve given plenty of time.
High Chaparral filly finished a creditable fourth behind more experienced rivals on Punchestown debut before finishing third of 10 behind Centaur, running well in defeat at Downpatrick last month.
Last Year's Winner
Home By The Lee (15/8), Stops A Nation (7/2), Belper Rose (5/1), Centaur (7/1), Clarabello (12/1), Fort William (12/1), Jazz Toes (14/1), Master Of Spin (25/1), Dave And Bernie (33/1), Limbitless (33/1), Amber Run (40/1), Ardaghs Choice (50/1), The Fairyhill Man (50/1), Mise Raftaire (100/1)
- Belper Rose
- Home By The Lee
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