19:30 Kilbeggan Mon 17 June 2019

  • Midlands National Ladies Day July 19th Handicap Hurdle
  • 2m, Good
  • 10 Runners
  • Winner€15,375.002nd€4,750.003rd€2,250.004th€1,000.005th€375.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:3m 50.2sOff time:19:32:59
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1
1211-10OR: 137D
20/1

Enjoyed a renaissance since last summer and registered three wins over hurdles during the period. Was denied a hat-trick when run out of things near the finish at Leopardstown in March now on a career high from 1lb higher. Stiff test.

2
911-0OR: 127D
16/1

Tries cheekpieces for the first time after finding things tough this year; off since disappointing at Fairyhouse in April and has something to prove.

3
Arcenfetep1,t36
710-12OR: 125D
9/1

Stablemate and in the same ownership as Avenir D'Une Vie so the betting can guide as to any preference. The gelding has looked a better chaser and notable that Rachel Blackmore switches allegiances this time.

4
610-10OR: 123D
9/2

Won on heavy ground at Galway on the Flat last August but hurdles form has been limited to three starts since. Been off since a modest effort in January but has won when fresh in the past; so still worth a betting check.

5
610-9OR: 122CD
5/1

Has ability at this sort of level and caught the eye when fourth at Ballinrobe last month; he's still 6lb above his last winning mark but does like this course (won a maiden hurdle over C&D last September). Another to bear in mind.

6
510-7OR: 120D
8/1

Pulled something out of the fire when second over this trip at Listowel earlier this month and merits respect with just 2lb more to carry but worth noting that he's never won from a rating this high before.

7
610-6OR: 119BFCD
11/4

Won a maiden hurdle here last September but ostensibly only seen over fences since. Well treated in comparison to his current chase rating but needs to prove his confidence hasn't been affected by a fall last time out.

8
710-3OR: 116D
20/1

Was a well backed winner at Naas in February but form hit the buffers since. Plenty to prove after beating just one rival (from 15) at Haydock when last seen. Still 7lb higher than his only previous winning mark.

9
69-10OR: 109D
9/1

On a reasonable mark but only one start since last December is a tad off-putting; also at his best when there's plenty of ease in the ground. The betting can indicate whether there's enough juice underfoot for him to do himself justice.

10
49-10OR: 116BFCD
7/1

Emerged as a ready winner over C&D in April before posting another creditable effort from a 9lb higher mark last time; raised a further 2lb since but in good enough form to merit an interest. Has to be high on any shortlist.

Last Year's Winner

Last year's winner is unavailable

Betting

Forecast

Kildorrery (11/4), Great Trango (9/2), Silver Star (5/1), Coral Blue (7/1), Ingleby Mackenzie (8/1), Wait Here (9/1), Arcenfete (9/1), Avenir D'une Vie (16/1), Ming Dynasty (20/1), The King Of Brega (20/1)

Verdict

A tough one to call as the recent form of Coral Blue has been something of a revelation and the four-year-old probably still has more to offer. However, he's creeping up the ratings and takes on some wily characters here. Not least SILVER STAR, who won a C&D maiden last year and arrives in good heart after a solid run at Ballinrobe last time out; Great Tangocan go well fresh, so merits a betting check, while Wait Herecan also go close if he handles the state of the ground.
  1. Silver Star
  2. Coral Blue
  3. Great Trango
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