15:35 Sligo Wed 7 August 2019
Experienced runner who is a maiden after seven starts. Was in the frame twice on the AW at Dundalk earlier in the year, but form hasn't quite been as good on turf.
Kingman filly who improved on previous form when 1¼L third of 10 to Powersville on handicap debut over C&D. Type to do better yet now she's found her level, and one to consider in a first-time hood.
Flattered by her proximity when mid-field in a Limerick maiden in April, and has shown little on either side of that. Opening mark looks very stiff on what she has achieved.
All three runs have come in Navan maidens, and she has shown some ability more than once. Handicapper has given her plenty to do based on form, but she could improve markedly, and wears a tongue tie for this handicap debut after an absence.
Well held on handicap debut, but much more like it when 1L third of 16 to She's My Dream in a 6f handicap at Fairyhouse (soft) last time. Can progress again, and one to keep on side at this level.
Best effort this year when third at Gowran in April, but he is inconsistent, and finished last after a slow start at Dundalk (1m) last time. Can do better, but not easy to predict.
Has shown ability in maidens at Dundalk, and while badly handicapped on the face of it, she was put away after three quick runs, and could be a different proposition after a break. Blinkers added to hood she wore on second start.
In fine form, winning at Naas and making the frame from higher marks twice since. Better than ever when beaten less than ½L at Gowran last time, and ought to make another bold bid despite his wide draw.
Best effort when fourth at Dundalk in April, but beaten a long way on turf debut at Gowran last time, and makes limited appeal on handicap debut.
Third in a Ballinrobe claimer three starts back, but well below form in two runs since, and while he's dropped to a fair mark, he's not one to place much faith in, and no surprise to see blinkers given a try.
Nearer last than first in three qualifying runs, and while it's too soon to write him off, others have plenty more to recommend them based on racecourse achievement.
Just a poor performer on balance, but showed much improved form to finish second to Never Rains in a claimer at Killarney last time. Needs to show he can back that up, and drop in trip not certain to suit.
Poor maiden on balance, although her best effort came when placed over 6f here in May. Would have place claims if reproducing that run, and hinted at a return to form at Fairyhouse on latest start.
Inconsistent, and ran poorly on latest start, but preceded that with a fair third here, and return to this venue may help.
Last Year's Winner
Trueba (11/4), Anythingyouwantobe (7/2), Kodiqueen (7/1), Feather Step (7/1), Han Solo (10/1), Born Invincible (10/1), Cozy Sky (11/1), Adapt To Dan (11/1), Blackstone Cliff (11/1), Treasure Vale (14/1), Snow Hope (16/1), Micro Latency (16/1), Shamalov (20/1), Tony's Rocket (25/1), Ebony Belle (33/1), Autumn Mist (33/1), Sir Lolypop (33/1)
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