14:30 Listowel Wed 11 September 2019
Generally well held in a number of starts this term. Earlier progression appears to have leveled out and needs to bounce back. Others preferred.
Deservedly off the mark at the 11th time of asking, ninth start on turf, when landing a Bellewstown maiden claimer last month over 1m on final start for the Jessica Harrington yard. Big player on stable debut.
Appreciated the less competitive environment when finally off the mark in a weak 7½f maiden at Ffos Las in July before a bold effort when third of 23 at the Curragh over 7f last month back in handicap company. Open to more improvement.
Off the mark for connections at the 11th time of asking when landing a Navan 5½f maiden on good to firm ground in July. Beaten since but running with credit on each of the three starts. Not ruled out.
Yet to win on 11 Flat starts on turf. Not disgraced on a number of starts since June but hard to be confident looking at a couple of rivals in this contest.
14-race maiden with solid and consistent efforts over the summer adding to a burgeoning handicap mark. Capable of giving a good account of herself without worrying the main protagonists.
Not beaten far in a couple of starts in July running with credit at Killarney and at the Galway festival. Can go well but may find one or two better suited to today's conditions in first-time cheekpieces.
Ran his best race for a while when finishing second of 12 beaten 1½L in a Gowran Park 7f handicap on yielding ground earlier this month. Could be of interest running 3lb lower than last winning mark.
Eight-race maiden running well in defeat over the summer, hitting the frame on a couple of occasions. Appears to need some relief from the handicapper.
Born To Sea gelding not disgraced in three starts to date finishing 5L adrift of the winner on his latest start in a Curragh 6f maiden last month. Worth a market check on handicap debut.
Won an ordinary contest at Sligo over 6f but that remains his only success to date. Form in handicaps suggests current mark is still high and others make greater appeal.
Yet to hit the frame in six career starts to date. Not unfancied and not disgraced in a couple of starts but looks vulnerable in current form.
Early promise appears to have leveled out with a couple of disappointing efforts at Cork both over 7f recently. First time blinkers unlikely to bring about the required amount of progression needed to land a blow here.
First Reserve: Seven race maiden, but is no lost cause running well in defeat in a number of starts last month. More improvement needed if making the line-up.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Time Queen||3||8-13||9/4||Full Result|
|T: J M BarrettJ: G M Ryan|
Dancing On A Dream (9/2), Facethepuckout (6/1), Parkers Hill (6/1), Improving (13/2), Cruella Dovil (7/1), Silver Service (8/1), Jered Maddox (9/1), Lily Lily Rose (10/1), Dee Sprinter (12/1), Yafordadoe (14/1), Desert Viper (14/1), Sunset Nova (14/1), Lumsden (16/1), Ramiro (16/1), Throwaway Line (20/1), Summerset (25/1), Buzz Killington (25/1), Beleaguerment (33/1)
- Dancing On A Dream
- Jered Maddox
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