16:15 Tipperary Sun 11 August 2019
Winner at Killarney over a mile in May but has struggled to replicate the form in three starts since and was well below par at Limerick latest. Remains 5lb higher and a bit to prove off this mark.
Remains 3lb below last winning mark but would need plenty of rain to produce his optimum conditions. Below par last time and his chances depend on the prevailing conditions.
Improving five-race maiden has really kicked on in two starts since joining this stable. Has been running on late as though things are about to click and her yard are in great form at present. Rates a leading contender.
Up 5lb for 7f Roscommon win before a 7L defeat at Killarney last month and a well below par effort over 6f at Naas. May continue to struggle off this mark.
Scored three times in the second half of last season but has failed to build on and been twice below the level of her promising reappearance at Naas. Down 3lb so on a very dangerous mark and it would be no surprise to see her fare better.
Former C&D winner but an Infrequent winner who needs very testing conditions to be seen at her very best. Last two runs have been poor and she needs the drop in trip to significantly revitalise her.
Application of first time blinkers certainly paid off when she showed a battling attitude to get off the mark on start number 10 over 6f. 7lb rise isn't a concern if the headgear has the same effect but her record beyond sprint distances is.
Remains a 10-race maiden with a best effort when fourth at Gowran in May. Form has been inconsistent since despite easing mark and she was below par at Naas latest. Others preferred.
Not visited the winners enclosure for over three years and has struggled to get going this campaign. Needs to bounce back in a big way here to have a say.
Just three wins from 44 starts and despite being 4lb lower than the last of them, is hard to fancy after two poor runs since returning from injury.
Nine-race maiden ran well in defeat in a couple of starts in the spring before disappointing on his last three runs. Down another 1lb but plenty more required.
Four-time winner but not really fired in five starts this season since arriving at this yard. Remains best watched for now.
Remains a 10-race maiden and down another 3lb following a one paced effort at Gowran. Starting to look difficult as he continues to fail to place and isn't improving. Others look stronger candidates.
First reserve. Showed promise on her second start for Ralph Beckett but lost her way for her previous yard. Hard to fancy on stable debut.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Cracking Name||4||9-6||8/1||Full Result|
|T: D MarnaneJ: W J Lee|
Downtown Diva (7/4), Balletto (9/2), All The Mollies (11/2), Cracking Name (7/1), Youceeyouceecee (8/1), Solomons Seal (8/1), Coffeemeanscoffee (8/1), Tribal Path (9/1), Lady Savanah (9/1), Crafty Hugo (9/1), Procurator (11/1), Mimic's Memory (12/1), Doogan's Warren (14/1), Hey Pretty (14/1), Bobby Jean (16/1), Poetic Light (16/1), Brave Display (20/1), Texas Radio (25/1), Neyland (33/1)
- All The Mollies
- Cracking Name
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