14:35 Tipperary Sun 23 June 2019
Has produced a number of creditable runs on turf since April, second of 16 earlier this month at Navan, the highlight. Open to more improvement and a leading contender.
C&D who has looked a little overwhelmed since returning to action earlier this month. Now running 13lb lower than last winning mark the Acclamation gelding needs to recover some old form to play a role.
Former 86-rated handicapper for trainer Paul Cole, the frequent visitor to the track - eighth run since the end of March - the son of Mayson finished second of 12 beaten a head at Sligo earlier this month. Leading player.
Daughter of Elzaam, has the better form over this trip from three career starts since April. Possibly best watched on handicap debut unless the market suggests otherwise.
Four-race maiden on turf, has been in poor form in a couple of starts at Down Royal and Fairyhouse recently. First time cheekpieces could well trigger improvement needed.
Winner of two of his 25 turf starts on the Flat, but is running 30lb lower than his last winning mark. Out of sorts recently and impossible to make a case for.
Has some troubling figures on record, including finishing last of 11 beaten 65L at odds of 40/1 on his first start for new connections following a 334 day break. Opposable.
Yet to win in 14 starts including nine on turf and well beaten on yard debut and second start at Navan earlier this month. Has work to do again based on current form.
10-race maiden who is yet to hit the frame in nine starts on turf. Others look to be progressing at a quicker rate so needs to up her game sooner rather than later.
Usually seen on the AW at Dundalk running without success. Daughter of Byron has been well held in three starts on turf and the mare looks vulnerable in this company.
C&D winner who is one from 17 starts on turf and is running here 2lb lower than last winning mark. Can give a good account of herself without worrying the main protagonists.
12-race maiden who is yet to hit the frame in 10 starts on turf. First time cheekpieces unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
Winner of three of her 39 starts on turf and comes here 11lb lower than her last winning mark. Daughter of Camacho has been running well in defeat in a number of runs since March and very much a lively one here in first time visor.
10-race maiden wears a first time hood on first start coming off the back of a long absence. Hard to see him making any significant impact.
Has shown little or no aptitude in five career starts to date sent off at large odds. Well held on seasonal reappearance at Naas recently and tough to see where necessary improvement is coming from.
Last Year's Winner
Art Of Unity (11/4), May Remain (11/4), Comhghairdeas (5/1), Sweetest Taboo (7/1), Straffan (7/1), Snow Patch (10/1), Sahreej (11/1), Wild Bob Cat (20/1), Gala N Dandy (25/1), De Main Lady (25/1), Gillabbey Rock (33/1), Sarah Ash Calum (33/1), Mystical Affair (40/1), D K Travel (50/1), Frow (66/1), There's The Rain (100/1)
- May Remain
- Art Of Unity
- Snow Patch
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