19:10 Sligo Tue 18 June 2019
Winner of two of his 11 starts on turf, winning over this trip earlier this month off a 9lb lower mark. Worthy of consideration if shaking off disappointing last run.
Winner over a similar trip in France five years ago but has shown very little in three starts for current connections. Plenty of problems in the past and well-being following a long absence can only be taken on trust.
Two from 20 on turf and has been sending out mixed messages in five starts since April. Possibly best watched on stable debut unless the market suggests otherwise.
11-race maiden, eight of those defeats coming on turf. Shaped like he may perform better in headgear so interesting to see trainer reach for first-time visor here.
Has shown very little since switching to Denis Hogan's yard at the back end of last year. Out of sorts recently and hard to fancy against these rivals.
Just the single win from 21 starts including 12 defeats on turf. On a long losing run currently and needs to improve on even his best form to play a part.
Promising 75-rated handicapper for Kevin Ryan. Running well on defeat in a couple of recent starts at Navan, including at the start of the month when second of 22 beaten a little over 3L. Has the form to make a bold bid.
Without any success in nine starts on turf for the Intikhab gelding. Running with credit on the AW at Dundalk when last seen in November and needs to bounce back in a big way to have a say in this.
Miserly return of just the sole win from 41 starts on the Flat. Another in the field on a long losing run and has not shown enough overall to be of interest here.
Solid and consistent type running well in defeat in a number of starts last term and on return to action at Naas last month finishing fifth of 17 beaten 3L over a similar trip. Looks to be an improving sort and merits plenty of respect.
Hit the frame for trainer Amy Murphy on a number of occasions but has failed to get anywhere near to that kind of form in three turf starts for new connections. Others preferred.
Six-race maiden and well held on his three starts on turf. First time cheekpieces unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
Well beaten and no impression in four career starts on turf at Ayr, before a couple of below-par efforts on the AW at Dundalk in April and still looking no nearer to a breakthrough success.
Second Reserve: 10-race maiden, well held on previous start over a similar trip finishing down the field at Navan earlier this month. May find it a tall order if making the line-up.
Last Year's Winner
Rag Tatter (3/1), May Remain (11/2), Teddy Boy (11/2), Associate Rock (8/1), Conversant (9/1), Takeachancejimmy (9/1), Noirvento (10/1), Hee Haw (11/1), Tyrconnell (12/1), Hey Pretty (14/1), Beau Rocko (14/1), Shamalov (14/1), Building Year (20/1), Guiding Star (25/1), Bobs Authority (50/1), Iron Ryan (50/1), Storm Blitz (66/1)
- Rag Tatter
- Teddy Boy
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