15:40 Tramore Sun 18 August 2019
Off the mark for connections at the 13th attempt over hurdles, rated a modest 103. Yard hitting the bar at this meeting and market likely to reveal expectations on chase introduction.
Solid 110-rated handicap hurdler, winner of two of her last three starts. Small Co Limerick yard don't have a lot of runners so possibly best watched on chasing debut unless market vibes suggest otherwise.
Useful 125-rated handicap hurdler has finished runner-up on both starts so far over the larger obstacles. Has to be a leading contender in this company.
Winner on his third start over hurdles in May, holding form to a certain extent since. Market check on debut over fences for a yard in good nick currently boasting a 46% win and place strike rate in the last 30 days.
Backed to win a Downpatrick novice hurdle last month before finishing ¾L adrift of Ayr Of Elegance on her latest start over hurdles. Makes chasing debut for a stable with a 33% win and place strike rate with their chasers in the last two years.
Has generally disappointed since winner over hurdles at the 16th attempt in May, including a below-par chasing debut at Roscommon earlier this month. Others make more appeal.
Two from seven over hurdles, the daughter of Shantou has been set some tough tests over fences of late leaving the mare without success in seven chase starts. Market likely to be the best guide.
Last Year's Winner
|Dawn In The Park||6||11-7||10/1|
|T: J P O'BrienJ: S A Shortall|
Tell Me Annie (2/1), Dolly Dancer (5/2), Darling Miss (7/2), Ayr Of Elegance (8/1), Inishbel (8/1), Brogine (12/1), Yeats Mardy (16/1), Madaboy Cross (33/1)
- Darling Miss
- Dolly Dancer
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