18:00 Roscommon Tue 9 July 2019
A long time maiden on the Flat before running in point-to-points; has yet to score in that sphere too. Well beaten in the cross-country race at the Punchestown Festival. Hard to enthuse about.
Last victorious three years ago. Does have placed efforts to her name but on the whole needs to step up to get involved. Third start back in Ireland after a spell in Britain.
Chase debut after a busy Spring campaign over hurdles. Landed a hat-trick under a double penalty at Uttoxeter last month. A half-sister to smart chaser An Cathaoir Mor. Looks fairly straight-forward for a Scorpion mare. Pieces retained.
Dubai Destination mare who is yet to make the frame in thirteen starts. Tends to run very keen. Probably best watched on this occasion.
Just beaten on chase debut at Downpatrick last time out over 2m7f. Won over this distance at Hexham in October. Ground should suit and has obvious claims here for leading connections.
Showed much improved form to win a 3m point-to-point at Ballingarry last time out. Live chance if replicating that under rules. Dam a half sister to good chaser Cuan Na Grai.
Refused to race on Last debut at Ballinrobe last time out. Winning hurdler and three time point-to-point winner. Very much respected here on chase debut.
Chase debut and first run since October. A maiden in bumpers and over hurdles. One piece of good form came at Kilbeggan last June when just beaten. That was over 3m and may find one or two too good here.
Has been in good form this spring / summer over hurdles. Makes chase debut today. Has a decent chance if translating that form to the larger obstacles.
Was very keen on chase debut at Limerick at the end of May. Had won a maiden hurdle by 12L at Cork on penultimate start. Trip no problem but needs to settle better.
Narrowly beaten on chase debut at Downpatrick, was headed inside the last few strides. Had previously won a handicap hurdle at Limerick. Half sister to two winners and holds a chance here.
Could well be more to come from this daughter of Yeats. Three runs so far. Ran in a very hot 2m novice chase here last time out. By no means disgraced in fifth of eight. Definitely more to come, upped in trip here.
Yet to show much since joining powerful yard. To soon to be writing off this five-year-old daughter of No Risk At All. However, needs to show big improvement on chase debut.
Last Year's Winner
Eoline Jolie (11/4), Isle Of Destiny (9/2), Presentingprincess (9/2), Sunrise Lady (6/1), Cotton Jenny (7/1), Darling Miss (9/1), Shimmer And Shine (12/1), Torquay (12/1), Light Bulb (66/1), Ballylee (66/1), Randall's Aoibhinn (66/1), Any Time (100/1), Feisty Madam (100/1)
- Isle Of Destiny
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