17:55 Listowel Wed 11 September 2019
Sent off at big prices in three career bumper starts so far, running accordingly on each occasion. Makes little appeal in this company.
Flemensfirth gelding out of dam who showed little on the racecourse. Third of 10 beaten 3¾L on debut in a Limerick bumper last month. Expected to improve on that effort.
Gold Well mare out of a Presenting mare. Dam placed in bumpers/2m hurdles. Market likely to reveal connections expectations on debut.
Gelding by Lauro out of a Dom Alco mare. Cost €25,000 as a three-year-old. Half-brother to Altiepix, bumper winner over 2m and Crack Tiepy, successful on sole bumper start at Wexford over 2m4f. Yard have a good bumper record at this festival.
Not disgraced when running with credit in four bumper starts to date since making his debut in July but always liable to bump into one.
Won a poit-to-point in March before returning to action at Bellewstown last month. Well held sixth of 13 on that occasion and plenty to prove.
Still looking to get off the mark after five bumper starts so far. Not a forlorn hope but others still more convincing despite notable jockey booking.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HackettJ: Mr E P O'Brien|
Eurotiep (2/1), Better Be Alright (5/2), Tudors Glory (7/2), Shanwalla (4/1), Bartleys Boy (16/1), Daenerys Stormborn (20/1), Da Big Fella (20/1), Lucky Mare (33/1)
- Better Be Alright
- Tudors Glory
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