15:05 Naas Mon 5 August 2019
Vocalised filly, yet to add to her maiden victory at Bellewstown over 12 months ago. Looks up against from draw and still 9lb higher than initial handicap mark.
Winner on the AW at Dundalk but still looking for a first win in five starts on turf. Career best latest start at the Curragh last month and can improve on that run here to may find one or two better handicapped sorts lurking.
Experienced handicapper who has done all of his winning on turf. Struggling on a 20-race losing run and finds himself running 25lb lower than last winning mark. Tough ask.
Produced a career best on her latest start when finishing third of 18 beaten ½L in a Fairyhouse 7f handicap last month. Remains a seven-race maiden on the Flat but one for the shortlist here.
Sole career success has come on the AW at Dundalk with the Holy Roman Emperor gelding still looking no nearer to a breakthrough victory from nine starts on turf.
Without a win on turf for over two years and has shown little signs of any interest when slowly away in three starts for current connections. 27lb below last winning mark and unlikely to be troubling the judge.
Not disgraced in two of his last three starts but has a habit of looking a little one pace in the closing stages of a number of his races. Not the most reliable of sorts and others hold stronger claims.
Improved on her seasonal debut run at Fairyhouse when landing the spoils in a 7f Gowran Park handicap off a 2lb lower mark last month. Likely to produce another bold bid given lenient looking penalty.
Running well and not beaten too far in four starts last month all over 5f. Generally solid sort who has a number of conditions to suit here including running 3lb lower than last winning mark and favourable draw.
Not visited the winners enclosure for over three years but has gone well here in the past. Needs to bounce back in a big way here to have a say.
Six-race maiden has hit the frame on a couple of occasions recently but failed to justify favouritism when finishing well down the field on latest start at Fairyhouse last month. Liable to find a couple stronger.
Winner of just one of her 45 career starts including 29 runs on turf. Solid and consistent in hitting the frame in four of his last five starts and could be of some interest running off her last winning mark.
Daughter of Elzaam still looking for first win on turf in six starts. Not disgraced in a number of starts last month and could be a danger in first-time blinkers.
13-race maiden on turf, the Vocalised filly was well held on latest start at Cork in June and on balance has probably something to find in this contest.
Daughter of Poets Voice who has been left wanting in three career starts to date showing littler or no aptitude to be considered on handicap debut.
Produced a career best when finishing 4¾L adrift of the main protagonists at Fairyhouse before a similar performance at Gowran Park last month. Could well improve on first-time blinkers.
Dundalk winner has failed to hit the frame in four starts on turf. Lightly raced the Kodiac colt is possibly best watched again on return to action following another lay-off.
Nothing of note in four career starts to date and has not shown enough to be of interest in this group from negative draw.
Well beaten and no impression in a couple of starts this term since returning to action in May. Seven-race maiden on the Flat still looking no nearer to breakthrough success.
Sent off a big prices in a number of starts since May and generally well held until showing improvement in a Sligo 6f handicap before disappointing again at Roscommon over 7f last month. Others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
Captain Power (11/4), Sabrina Fairchild (9/2), Little Camacho (6/1), Noirvento (6/1), Munfallet (8/1), Guiding Star (10/1), Scream (12/1), Ice Bullet (12/1), Clonville (12/1), Fiannaiocht (14/1), Coffeemeanscoffee (16/1), Bionic Tonic (16/1), Pillar (16/1), Three Angels (16/1), Red Bloodedcruiser (16/1), Sestriere (25/1), Tribal Path (25/1), Amazing One (25/1), Rudisha (33/1), Storm Blitz (40/1), Realtin Fantasy (40/1), Eunoia (50/1), Precious Design (50/1)
- Little Camacho
- Sabrina Fairchild
- Ice Bullet
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