17:40 Bellewstown Thu 29 August 2019
Broke his maiden over hurdles at Wexford (2m4½f) last year, hasn't added to that since despite some good effort. Handicap mark very workable and down in trip here having tackled fences at Roscommon last time.
French hurdles winner, scored in a beginners' chase over 2m2f at Limerick last month. Couple of fair efforts since in that sphere, reverts to hurdles for the first time for current connections and can be given a chance.
Seeking a hat-trick after win at Sligo and Killarney (both 2m4f), more on his plate after being bumped 11lb by the assessor but may well continue to make progress. Respected.
Confirmed promise of handicap hurdle debut at Tramore when readily winning over 2m5f at Sligo nine days ago. Big chance despite rising in ratings, with rider's claim a help.
Promise in maiden hurdles, though hasn't exactly been able to build on that in three starts since going into handicaps. Remains early days, but has work to do for now.
Shock 50-1 winner of 2m4f Cork handicap hurdle last month, that run by some margin a standout effort form seven in career and nowhere near as good at the Mallow track since. Not one to trust just yet.
Well held in four starts in maiden hurdles so far, though not disgraced last month at Galway. Bit more will be demanded on handicap debut, however.
Last Year's Winner
Walking On Glass (9/10), Court Tycoon (4/1), Lucky Road (5/1), Dark Outsider (8/1), Antigua Son (10/1), Mega Mindy (12/1), Rock On Bennie (14/1), Harrys Gift (20/1)
- Walking On Glass
- Lucky Road
- Court Tycoon
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