15:05 Listowel Wed 11 September 2019
Landed a second career win when winning a 7f handicap on yielding ground at the Galway festival last month off an 8lb lower mark. Another bold show looks likely.
Won for a fifth time on 23 Flat starts on turf when landing a Roscommon 7½f handicap on heavy ground off a 9lb lower mark earlier this month. Tall order but can grab a place.
Winner of two of his 11 starts but the colt has produced a mixed bag in three starts since March and needs to show a little more consistency before any faith is shown.
Sole win in 11 starts on the Flat came at the Galway festival two years ago. Running well in defeat on two occasions at this years Ballybrit gathering but that may not be enough here.
French import, made winning start for this yard by landing a handicap at Cork over 7f on good ground at 25-1 recently. Rates a leading contender despite a 9lb higher mark.
Won a Roscommon maiden last month over 7½f on soft ground before adding a second win at this meeting on Monday landing a 1m handicap by 7L. Life more difficult under a penalty but very much merits respect again.
Winner on his sole visit to this venue over C&D in a maiden contest 12 months ago. Mixed messages in three starts this term but a return to form would not surprise.
Won for the third time in his career when landing a Sligo sprint on good ground last month. Beaten at the Curragh since and has plenty to prove in this company.
Now racing 7lb below last winning mark, the Lope De Vega entire has been running with credit over the summer without getting his head in front. Bit more needed but folly to rule out.
Form has quickly and alarmingly tailed off somewhat since dropping 16lb in the handicap following a 9lb rise for a win at Navan in April 2018. Needs to improve on recent starts to take a hand here.
Coming back to form of late for the three-time winner, in a couple of starts at the Galway festival and more recently at the Curragh. Capable of another bold bid.
Encouraging efforts in a couple of starts last month over six and seven furlong at Gowran Park and the Curragh. Not a forlorn hope but others still more convincing.
Solid and consistent performer over the summer running well between 7f and 1m including a win in a Roscommon handicap on soft ground last month. One to consider on the balance of recent efforts.
One from seven on the Flat, the Dragon Pulse gelding finished third of 13 beaten 1¼L over C&D in June off a 3lb higher mark. Repeat of that effort will have him in the hunt for more prize money.
Experienced campaigner, never far away from a big effort. Entitled to make the shortlist running off a similar mark following a promising run at the Curragh last month.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Stormy Belle||4||9-0||5/1||Full Result|
|T: P A FahyJ: B M Coen|
Angel's Amy (1/1), Bopedro (13/2), Laughifuwant (9/1), Sirjack Thomas (10/1), Youceeyouceecee (10/1), Emphatic (10/1), Trading Point (12/1), Ducky Mallon (12/1), Quizical (14/1), Cyrus Dallin (16/1), Spanish Tenor (20/1), Thiswaycadeaux (20/1), Shatharaat (25/1), Mary Salome (25/1), Check My Pulse (33/1), The Broghie Man (33/1), Guessthebill (33/1)
- Angel's Amy
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