20:40 Ballinrobe Mon 12 August 2019
Gelding by Arakan out of a Idris mare. Dam was a 110-rated chaser compared to 115-rated hurdler. Struggling three out on debut at this venue last month when finishing 31L adrift of Above The City and needs a sizable improvement to mix it here.
Pushkin gelding who is a half-brother to Myztique who was a bumper winner. His dam is an unraced sister to Dun Doire. Generally, well beaten in a couple of career starts so far despite fancy finishing positions. Notable jockey booking.
Konig Shuffle gelding out of a Zayyani mare. Dam winner on the Flat in France, victorious over 1m. Only one remaining in the contest from four initial entries for leading trainer/jockey combination.
Dubai Destination newcomer out of an unraced sister to yard's smart 2m4f-3m hurdle/chase winner Berties Dream. Ran well in defeat in a couple of encouraging starts at the recent Galway festival and appears capable of getting competitive.
A relative of useful NH performers African Gold and Follow The Bear. Does not make enough visits to the track to be considered in this contest.
Gelding by Imperial Monarch out of a Presenting mare. Dam unraced. Closely related to multiple 120-rated chase winner between 2m3½f and 3½f, Wood Yer. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Daughter of Excellent Art out of a Woodman mare. Last of eight, tailed off on both bumper starts so far and has plenty to prove in this contest.
Last Year's Winner
Pencreek (13/8), Shanwalla (11/4), Druim Samhraidh (4/1), Tuatha De Dannan (4/1), Arrycan (20/1), Singirishmansing (20/1), My Red Devil Girl (33/1)
- Druim Samhraidh
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