19:40 Tramore Sat 17 August 2019
Landed the second turf win of his career when winning at Naas over 1m2f in June off a 12lb lower mark. Recent efforts suggest plenty of improvement and commands a great deal of respect here.
Better suited to an AW surface the gelding is without a win in 11 starts on turf. Not disgraced on a number of efforts recently but plenty more needed in this group.
Useful hurdler, winner on the Flat in the French provinces but was outpaced over 3f out in a Sligo 1m2f claimer earlier this month. Improvement needed.
Solid type, off the mark at just the second attempt on turf when winning at Roscommon before completing a double at Limerick in June off a 2lb lower mark, both over a similar trip. Beaten since but still on a handy mark.
Veteran who has his own ideas about the game right now. The gelding has refused to race on each of his last three Flat starts. Caution advised.
Solid and consistent sort running well in defeat in a number of starts since returning to action in June. No surprise to see a big effort.
Veteran, winner of three of her 43 Flat starts on turf. Not seen since finishing fifth of 18 at the Galway festival over 12 months ago. Fitness can be only taken on trust.
Last Year's Winner
|T: E DoyleJ: R Coakley|
Greenpanda (7/4), Edification (3/1), Cj Cregg (7/2), Rips Dream (5/1), Olympic Honour (5/1), Contrapposto (6/1), Here For The Craic (7/1), Byron Beauty (25/1), Oakmont (33/1)
- Cj Cregg
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