16:00 Laytown Wed 11 September 2019
Has won twice on AW over this trip and has already won twice this season. Went off the boil in his last couple of starts in July but freshened up since and competes from a career low handicap mark. Warrants respect.
A six-time AW winner who had a tough ask from out of the handicap at Navan last time out. Back on his last winning handicap mark and won't mind the step back up in trip.
Sole success on the Flat came in a Dundalk maiden at 7f back in 2016. Campaigned over hurdles of late and out of form in that sphere; wouldn't appear overly well-handicapped on return to the level.
Hasn't won since a Dundalk success in 2017 but was running okay in defeat at Dundalk earlier in the year. May have needed the run at the Curragh last time out but has to prove he has the speed for this test; well-handicapped on old form.
A four-time winner on AW and better than his finishing position when not beaten far at Cork earlier this month. Likely to come on for that first run in 129 days. Well-handicapped if he can build on that and booking of Keane is a plus.
A two-time turf winner who has run plenty of decent races on AW without getting his head in front. Well below form at Bath last time out though and above his highest winning handicap mark.
Won a below par maiden at Lingfield on debut for this yard (bought for 12,000 gns) but put in an abject performance at Wolverhampton subsequently. Yard do well with their runners here but this contender has a bit to prove on first start in 277 days.
Just a maiden win to his name at Navan in October. He's a half-brother to the dam of Slade Power and has shown ability this summer but he's been a beaten favourite on each of his last four starts and his suitability to this surface is hard to gauge.
Enjoyed a fine 2018 winning three times but he's been more hit than miss so far this year. While his sole run on AW was disappointing (last of nine), there's hope in his pedigree he could handle this surface. Not ruled out for a yard flying.
Won twice at Southwell last winter and while he failed to beat a rival home on debut for this yard, he was entitled to need the run. Fibresand form bodes well for him handling this surface and he's a fascinating runner for a yard that do well here.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Monumental Man||9||10-4||10/1||Full Result|
|T: J A OsborneJ: C T Keane|
Dapper Power (5/2), Shore Step (9/2), Sevenleft (5/1), Little Clarinet (11/2), Aleef (6/1), Plough Boy (7/1), Scream (15/2), Nigg Bay (10/1), It's All A Joke (10/1), The Right Choice (12/1), Highly Approved (12/1), Faraasah (14/1), Room To Roam (16/1)
- The Right Choice
- Shore Step
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