18:40 Laytown Wed 11 September 2019
Just one win from 17 starts (Chelmsford, 7f) but competitive from a handicap mark of 90 around this time last year and he could be very hard to beat on these terms if he runs to anything like that figure. Debuts for new yard.
One win from 22 starts, a Dundalk handicap at 1m in October. Form has dipped badly since though and he's given a tough ask at these weights.
Belatedly got off the mark at Naas earlier this year and while he was struggling for form a little when last seen, a return to AW could suit having run some fair races at Dundalk. Not one to rule out if he can get back to something like his best.
A maiden after 21 starts and really struggling of late. Starts out for a new yard but has a tough ask on these terms.
Well beaten on all eight of her starts and would need to find marked improvement for the drop back in trip here; plenty to prove.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J A OsborneJ: Ms L O'Neill|
Commander Han (11/10), Twenty Minutes (2/1), Reverberation (6/1), Confident Kid (7/1), Barbie O'Conor (25/1)
- Commander Han
- Twenty Minutes
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