19:40 Sligo Thu 8 August 2019
Six-race maiden over hurdles who landed a Kilbeggan bumper over this trip on debut last September. Luckless before being found a good opportunity at Downpatrick last time when he finished second. Can build on that. Chances.
Has shown some promise in his three hurdle outings to date; should be capable of winning a race of this standard and one for the shortlist.
Took her time before winning a Thurles (2m, good to firm) bumper in November at fourth time of asking. Good second on hurdles debut at Fairyhouse before below par next time out at same track. Chance but long absence a worry.
Hasn't enjoyed a particularly great time of things since getting his rules career underway. Brought down on hurdles debut in May, and subsequently beaten a distance on both bumper starts. Unlikely protagonist.
Beaten nearly 60 lengths on only racecourse appearance at Galway in a bumper earlier this month. Can see him being good enough on hurdles bow.
Well held when making no impression in three starts on the Flat and has not shown any hints of ability in three innocuous maiden hurdle efforts to date. Hard to place any faith in.
Posted a couple of fair performances in maiden hurdles before being sent back to race in a bumper last time out. Makes limited appeal.
Stoutly-bred mare who is a sister to a hurdlers winner and related to many others; hard to assess on debut with the market possibly giving the best guide.
A tad inconsistent but ran one of her better races last time out at this course over 2m in a handicap. Step up in trip should suit and one to consider back in maiden company
Last Year's Winner
|T: W P MullinsJ: Ruby Walsh|
Westport Lady (9/10), Steel Cap (3/1), Fur Elise (11/2), Little Lady Lu (8/1), Dollar Value (10/1), Waitnsee (33/1), Gone Racing (33/1), Spittal Field (66/1), Moondust Magic (66/1)
- Steel Cap
- Westport Lady
- Dollar Value
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