19:35 Tramore Fri 16 August 2019
Just the one win from 19 starts over hurdles. Has clearly had a number of training problems and was reported to have burst a blood vessel on latest start at Cork last month.
Off the mark for connections at the 13th time of asking when landing a Limerick novice hurdle over 2m4f last month. Strong claims still on a handy mark.
10-race maiden hurdler who appears to be progressing of late. Entitled to make the shortlist following on from runs at Kilbeggan and last time out at the Galway festival.
Winner over C&D of a June maiden hurdle on good ground. Beaten but not disgraced since and no surprise to see a big run once again.
Well held on the Flat at Gowran Park last month but the mare has posted a number of encouraging starts over hurdles since May. Place claims to get off the mark over timber at the 12th attempt.
Six-race maiden who is yet to hit the frame on any occasion. Needs to step up markedly on previous efforts to get involved.
Eight-race maiden hurdler. Not shown much improvement for the switch to handicaps, and is subsequently hard to enthuse over.
Sent off at big odds for previous and current connections in four hurdle starts over a three year period. Impossible to fancy.
Last Year's Winner
|T: T MullinsJ: D J Mullins|
Imperial Choice (11/4), Josephina (7/2), Pivotal Flame (9/2), Jessamine (6/1), Do Ya Feel Lucky (6/1), Ayr Of Elegance (7/1), Nancy D'Alton (14/1), Famous Day (16/1), Dancing Rhythm (66/1)
- Do Ya Feel Lucky
- Ayr Of Elegance
- Pivotal Flame
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