17:15 Listowel Tue 10 September 2019
Getaway gelding out of a Shernazar mare. Dam, winner of two of her six bumper starts. Yard going well with their national hunt flat starters this term.
Slickly Royal gelding. Dam unraced. Yard just three winners from 28 bumper starters in the last five years. Others preferred.
Shantou gelding out of a Charnwood Forest mare. Brother to useful hurdler Line Out and bumper winner Toe The Line. Promising third on debut. Notable jockey in the plate once again.
Stowaway gelding out of a Singspiel mare. Closely related to dual winner The Cull Bank. Dam modest 101-rated handicap hurdler. Market likely to be the best guide on debut.
Gelding by Mastercraftsman out of a Mark Of Esteem mare. Closely related to nine times winner Exultant, successful in Hong Kong on the Flat between 1m/1m4f and Nonn0o Giulio, winner over 7f/1m.
Arakan gelding. Promising on second and latest bumper start at Kilbeggan last month finishing fourth of 11 beaten 5½L. Can give a good account of himself without worrying the judge.
Gelding by Dylan Thomas out of a Kahyasi mare. Closely related to Buck Dancing, dual hurdle and chase winner at 3m. Worth a market check on debut.
Flat-bred who does have some stamina in his pedigree; highly unlikely he will be up to winning this first time up unless there is plenty of market support.
€18,000 buy last August. Brother to winning hurdler Elusive Belle. Dam was sprint winner on the Flat. Enters calculations on the back of a couple of encouraging runs when last seen in March.
Fame And Glory gelding out of a Be My Native mare. Closely related to dual hurdle and chase winner, successful between 2m and 2mf, House Rules. Yard, nought from 12 with their bumpers since May.
Westerner gelding out of a Presenting mare. Worth a market check on debut representing yard with a 49% win and place strike rate at this festival in the last four years and are already on the board this term with Mystery Stowaway.
Virtual gelding out of a Zagrab mare. Yard not renowned for national hunt winners, including bumper runners and best watched on debut unless the market has other ideas.
Gelding by Gentlewave out of a Lahib mare. Dam unraced. Yard boast a 27% strike rate with their bumpers since May and were among the winners at Wexford and Navan over the weekend.
Shirocco gelding out of a Milan mare. Nothing of note in a couple of point-to-point starts earlier this year. Not disgraced on debut at Killarney last month but more needed here.
Daughter of Yeats. Half-sister to point/2m hurdle winner Hes No Trouble; dam unraced sister to Gold Cup winner Looks Like Trouble. Progressing well in a couple of starts since May. Place claims.
Daughter of Beat Hollow out of an Indian Ridge mare. Likely to be a warm order on debut representing trainer who has a 40% strike rate with his bumpers at this festival since 2015.
Last Year's Winner
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Harrison Line (5/2), Soviet Pimpernel (4/1), Watch Guard (5/1), Hopefully (6/1), The Little Yank (7/1), Charlie Siringo (7/1), Irish Agent (10/1), Wavelength (16/1), Mighty Tom (20/1), Trip To Tipp (20/1), Could Be Trouble (25/1), Wilcos Storm (25/1), Lets Get Started (33/1), Ransboro (33/1), Stormy Native (50/1), Hide Out (66/1), Forest De Montave (66/1)
- Soviet Pimpernel
- Harrison Line
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