19:25 Cork Fri 14 June 2019
Possibly found Listed company too hot last time out. Had previously won a premier handicap over 1m2f. Steps up to 1m4f. May find this hard off top weight.
Third behind Insignia Of Rank at the Curragh, last time out. Attempts this trip for the second time. Ran very free there. Could be in the grip of the handicapper.
Won on seasonal debut at Gowran before finishing last of nine in subsequent run in Group 3 company. If non the worse for that outing, he looks to be a player here back down in trip.
Likes to be able to get his toe in and is made for contests like this. Stable remains amongst the winners. Obvious chance.
A late maturer who got on the score sheet at Tipperary at the end of April. Well bred and looks potentially well treated here for handicap debut.
Slightly disappointing last time out at Naas when eased down. Well able to take a race of this nature and he will relish this step back up in trip but may find a couple too good.
Admirable dual purpose horse. Trip too short for him on his seasonal debut here. Was second in the Irish Cesarewitch last year and ran well in the November handicap. Race like this will suit and jockey's claim will help here.
Winner here over 1m½f in April. Has been placed at the trip but may not fully relish it. Always runs her race and generally consistent, despite having only won once since her debut.
Dual purpose filly. Half sister to the yards Ebor winner Heartbreak City. First run on the level for the yard after three starts over hurdles. Looks a likely contender.
On a long losing run. Now 13lb adrift of his last winning mark. Eighth behind Insignia Of Rank, last time out. Others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|14||Sea The Lion||7||9-0||10/1||Full Result|
|T: J P FaheyJ: R P Whelan|
Inscribe (4/1), Hasanabad (4/1), Davids Charm (5/1), Perfect Tapatino (7/1), Massif Central (8/1), Spruce Meadows (8/1), Whirling Dervish (11/1), Insignia Of Rank (12/1), Gasta (14/1), Melburnian (25/1)
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