14:10 Tramore Sun 18 August 2019
Earlier progression appears to have leveled out and others look to hold stronger claims based on a couple of disappointing efforts this term.
Modest form in the point-to-point ranks before a couple of solid and consistent bumper starts since May. Off the mark on second start when last seen in June and likely to be popular in the betting.
Eight-race Flat maiden on turf who kept his winning to the AW at Dundalk. Intriguing newcomer on first start over hurdles and market likely to reveal connections expectations.
Double Eclipse gelding out of a Dr Massini mare. Has put together a number of solid point-to-point efforts since November. Early hunter chase and maiden hurdles starts have not gone to plan.
Westerner gelding has failed to build on the promise of his run at Cork in April. Has gone off the boil in recent starts but any market move should be noted.
Put a dismal bumper effort at Ballinrobe firmly behind him when finishing second of 15 beaten a neck at odds of 66/1 in a Killarney maiden hurdle last month. Leading contender looking at full card.
Daughter of Arcadio out of a Milan mare. Dam useful in the point-to-point ranks. Well down the field on hurdling debut at Cork earlier this month and unlikely to be rocking any boats here.
Point-to-point winner but well beaten and no impression in a couple of initial maiden hurdle starts last month. Well below-par form looks set to continue.
11-race maiden hurdler but flickers of ability in her last two starts both at Cork recently. More needed but enters calculations.
Daughter of Byron out of a Presenting mare. Dam a five-race maiden running in bumpers and over hurdles. Profile suggests taking the mare on making her debut in this contest.
Daughter of Mahler out of a Supreme Leader mare. Dam unraced. Beaten over 34L on both career starts to date and unlikely to be making a significant impact in this event.
Daughter of Doyen out of a Flemensfirth mare. Poor form in the point-to-point ranks leaves her plenty to prove on debut under rules.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W P MullinsJ: R Walsh|
Ballymacaw (13/8), Westmead (9/2), Glebe Girl (9/2), Lessofdnegativity (5/1), Empire Burleque (6/1), Dunbar (7/1), Shadow Seven (11/1), All For Nothing (16/1), Clonguile Way (20/1), Battle Away (40/1), Golden Symphony (50/1), Limited Company (50/1), Glencottagelady (50/1), Alianome (100/1)
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