20:50 Killarney Mon 15 July 2019
Talented staying novice hurdler who has taken well to fences, winning over C&D in May then following up under a penalty at Wexford last time. This is his toughest test yet giving away weight all round but he shoud again go very well.
Promising novice hurdler back in 2017-18 but missed a year prior to wining chasing bow at Tipperary in May. Open to plenty of improvement and still unexposed. One of three runners here for champion trainer.
Fair hurdler who created a good impression on winning chasing debut at Wexford in May, scoring by wide margin over 3m1f. This is a much tougher task but he is bred to be a good chaser and could be anything.
Landed Limerick Grade 3 novice hurdle in March and looked potentially useful chaser when winning on debut over fences at Kilbeggan last month, jumping soundly. Gets the mares allowance so could well be a threat to all.
Scored here over 2m5f in beginners' chase in May, then chased home Dinons last time in receipt of 7lb. Now 5lb better off but winner had something up his sleeve so will have to raise her game to reverse the placings.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J J HanlonJ: D E Mullins|
Robin De Carlow (1/1), Dinons (5/2), Brahma Bull (5/1), Pont Aven (10/1), Victoria Bay (11/1), Cloudybackwest (100/1)
- Robin De Carlow
- Brahma Bull
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