18:00 Tramore Fri 16 August 2019
Three-race maiden sent off at big prices on each occasion running accordingly in the process and is unlikely to be making a significant impact in this contest.
Daughter of Arctic Cosmos beaten 53L and 41L in a couple of dismal maiden hurdle efforts to date. Will be of more interest when sent handicapping.
Beaten out of sight in three career maiden hurdle starts so far when sent off at odds of no lower than 66/1 on each occasion. First time blinkers unlikely to bring about the required amount of progression needed to land a blow here.
Five-race maiden hurdler, well beaten over 22L on her last three starts. Even her best form would leave the mare short of what is required.
Promising bumper form did not convert over hurdles on debut when finishing down the field at Cork over 2m earlier this month. Plenty to prove in this contest.
Won a point-to-point in May but the daughter of Mahler has failed to convince in a bumper and a couple of maiden hurdles starts to date. Remains easy to oppose.
Out of luck in three starts over hurdles for trainer Andrew Slattery, sent off at odds of 100/1 on each occasion. Plenty to prove on stable debut looking at exposed form.
Well beaten in three career starts so far including on hurdling debut at Killarney last month over 2m4f. Overall profile suggests she is worth taking on again.
Went close a couple of times between the flags but hasn't looked anything special in three starts so far under Rules including a couple of dismal maiden hurdle efforts recently. First-time cheekpieces unlikely to spark improvement.
Seven-race maiden hurdler yet to hit the frame on any occasion. Well beaten on latest start last month and not one to place a great deal of faith in.
Without a success in six starts over hurdles sent off at odds of 100/1 on five of those six starts. That said appears to be improving ahead of a number of opposition in this contest.
Five-race maiden hurdler who appeared to improve for the step up to a similar trip at Sligo earlier this month when finishing fourth of nine on good ground. Not to be taken lightly with possibilities of improvement.
Well related Scorpion filly out of useful dam. First three efforts have left plenty to be desired and has not shown enough overall to be of interest here.
Well down the field in four starts over hurdles including on handicap debut at Cork earlier this month. First time tongue-tie may well bring about slight improvement.
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