14:55 Killarney Thu 18 July 2019
Off the mark at the seventh time of asking over hurdles for connections when landing a Limerick 2m maiden in May. Well held on the Flat since but requires plenty of respect here with the yard among the winners this week.
One from three over hurdles, well held in a couple of starts this term. Remains a concern that the trainer is nought from 28 at this meeting in the last four years with his national hunt runners.
One from 13 over hurdles the Court Cave gelding has been well beaten in a couple of starts since returning to action in May. Plenty of questions to answer here but hard to totally discount.
Distance winner of a Thurles beginners chase in March. Last win over hurdles was over 12 months ago at Clonmel off a 6lb lower mark. Looks in the grip of the handicapper.
Off the mark at just the third time of asking over hurdles when landing a 2m5f maiden at Roscommon earlier this month. Can be expected to give another good account of himself in first time cheekpieces.
Rattled off a hat trick of wins in the spring before a couple of defeats at Kilbeggan and Cork. Appears vulnerable of a revised mark.
Eight-race maiden produced a career best effort when finishing second of 16 beaten ½L adrift of the improving Cailean's Angel at the recent Bellewstown meeting earlier this month. Live contender in this group.
Without a win or a place in seven hurdle starts to date including disappointing connections in a couple of handicap hurdle spins at Tipperary and at Ballinrobe when last seen in May. Easy to look elsewhere.
Last Year's Winner
|T: C ByrnesJ: K J Brouder|
Game Present (5/2), Chasing Abbey (3/1), Archer's Up (7/2), Court Tycoon (4/1), Gone Galavanting (5/1), Sassy Yet Classy (8/1), Scotch Quay (10/1), You Can't Catch Me (12/1), Wolfofallstreets (14/1)
- Gone Galavanting
- Archer's Up
- Game Present
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