20:20 Gowran Park Wed 14 August 2019
Winner of two of his 26 Flat starts on turf. Looks hard to fancy given below-par runs this season and the Footstaepsinthesand gelding now racing 8lb lower than last winning mark .
Has missed a lot of racing in the last two years since a move to this yard from Richard Hannon. Not seen since a February run over hurdles at Naas over 2m and possibly one to avoid in this company.
Course winner that has also won over the trip. Landed the second win of her 26-race career in a Tipperary 1m1f handicap in April off a 3lb lower mark. Beaten since, but ran well in defeat at Ballinrobe last month.
Harbour Watch gelding still looking for a first win on the Flat in 15 starts. Will need to find significant improvement on four starts this term to play a role in this contest.
Stingy return of one from 18 Flat starts on turf for the daughter of Dylan Thomas. Mixed bag of efforts this term but did win over hurdles at Kilbeggan recently and has a notable jockey booking here.
Has posted a couple of dismal efforts since winning the second race of his career at Leopardstown on seasonal debut in April off a 3lb lower mark. Plenty to prove at present.
Hurdling with limited success since May, the daughter of Zoffany has a win and a place from two starts over C&D last term. Back down to around last winning mark and one to note in the betting with notable jockey booking.
Off the mark for connections at the 14th time of asking in a Roscommon 7f handicap in June off a 5lb lower mark. Beaten since but the daughter of Finjaan can go well in this company.
Seven-race Flat maiden on turf, the daughter of Rip Van Winkle produced a dismal effort on return to this surface at Tramore when last seen in May. Others hold stronger profiles.
26-race maiden without success in 17 starts on turf. Failed to build on a promising run at Roscommon in June when finishing well down the field in a Fairyhouse 7f handicap last month. Hard to fancy in a race this competitive.
14-race Flat maiden on turf who is due a change of luck. The daughter of Sir Prancealot has hit the frame in her last three starts since June not beaten far on each occasion. Not to be taken lightly.
Not beaten far in her last couple of starts both over 1m at this venue when last seen in May. Will need plenty of luck in running with inexperienced rider in the plate.
Nothing of note in a number of starts last season, before finishing down the field on return to action at Ballinrobe last month and unlikely to be troubling the judge in this contest.
Running well in defeat in a number of starts since June, not beaten far in four starts. Likely to find one of two better handicapped sorts lurking.
15-race Flat maiden on turf who has looked out of sorts in a couple of seasonal starts last month. Still looking no nearer to breakthrough success.
12-race maiden without success in 11 Flat starts on turf. Ran well in defeat at Fairyhouse in June and subsequently at Bellewstown last month before a 20L reversal at Down Royal. More needed.
Maiden after six starts and failed to trouble the judge in three outings since switched to handicaps before a promising fifth of 16 beaten 1½L over C&D last month. Needs to make the most of positive draw.
Last Year's Winner
Invincible Queen (9/2), Lady Rosebud (11/2), Misty Millie (7/1), Aunty Audrey (9/1), Loudest Whisper (11/1), Summer's Dream (12/1), Make A Story (12/1), Downtown Diva (12/1), Talk Now (14/1), Serefeli (14/1), Dayereh (16/1), Highway To Heaven (20/1), Dont Quit (20/1), Harvey Specter (20/1), Bigger And Better (20/1), Delegating (25/1), Here In The Dark (33/1), Taakhy (100/1), Emily Square (100/1), Botanical Lady (100/1)
- Aunty Audrey
- Lady Rosebud
- Invincible Queen
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