19:40 Roscommon Tue 6 August 2019
Experienced gelding who has finished second on three of his four starts over fences. He was disappointing last time at Kilbeggan (2m4f) when fifth of 13. Won three times over hurdles. Leading contender.
Broke his maiden over hurdles at Wexford (2m4½f) last year. Was second of eight last time at Killarney (2m4f) in his best run of the campaign so far. Having his first shot at fences here so one to watch for now.
Was impressive when scoring over hurdles at Wexford (2m4f) by 4L in May 2018. Did not appear for another year and since then has been disappointing. Was fourth of 15 last time at Tipperary (2m1f) on chase debut. Should improve from that run.
Won twice over hurdles. Unseated his rider at Leopardstown (2m5½f) on his opening appearance over fences back in May. Has hit the frame twice since then over hurdles. Needs to jump better than last chase start.
Lightly-raced gelding who is still a maiden after seven starts. Has had just the one run over fences so far where he was pulled-up at Leoparstown (2m5½f). Form over hurdles since then has not been great. Hard to make a case for.
Lightly-raced gelding who has three wins over hurdles. Pulled-up in a handicap hurdle at Punchestown (2m4f) on his return to action in May where he looked like he needed the run. Interesting runner on his chase debut. One to consider.
Has had 11 appearances over fences so does not lack experience. He was third of 13 at Wexford over this trip earlier in the season, while he also hit the frame at Killarney (2m1f) two starts back. Each-way claims once again.
Won twice at the back end of last year over hurdles. Was 10th of 15 on his chase debut at Tipperary (2m1f) where he was a long way behind the winner. Much more needed in order to be competitive here.
Lightly-raced mare who has seen a racecourse just five times so far. She has featured over fences on three occasions. Last time at Thurles (2m2f) she was pulled up after making a few errors with her jumping. Needs to jump better.
Has featured three times over hurdles with no success. He was seventh of 21 last time at Cork over 2m. This is his first run of for his new yard. Tackling fences for the first time. Others make more of an appeal.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H De BromheadJ: S W Flanagan|
Cliff House (2/1), Cut Em Down (7/2), Out Of The Loop (7/2), Mastermind (5/1), Global Jackpot (5/1), Banjo (8/1), Court Tycoon (10/1), Roconga (12/1), St Lawrence Gap (12/1), Pateen (16/1), Vinnwarr (25/1), Ciankyle (25/1), Mossy White (33/1), Echoes Of Family (33/1), Western Sea (33/1), Kos (50/1)
- Out Of The Loop
- Cliff House
- Global Jackpot
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