14:20 Listowel Sat 14 September 2019
80-rated handicapper on the Flat for trainer Henry Candy. Impressed when winning on hurdling and stable debut at Cork before finishing second of five beaten 1¼L in a novice hurdle at the Galway festival when last seen in July.
Landed a shock at Sligo when landing a 2m maiden hurdle at odds of 25/1 when last seen in July. Form of the race is very poor and the Camacho gelding may have to settle for a minor role here.
Winner on Irish and stable debut for leading connections, landing a Tramore maiden hurdle over a similar trip on good ground last month. Can be expected to improve.
Poor 45-rated handicapper on the Flat and beaten over 60L on return to action over hurdles at Clonmel earlier this month. Easy to oppose in this contest.
Ran a promising race in defeat finishing third of 11 beaten 7¾L in a Clonmel maiden hurdle on return to action earlier this month. More progress possible and not dismissed.
Well held on latest start when upped in trip in a tough assignment here on Sunday. Winner on third start over timber at Ballinrobe last month and could make her presence felt here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J P O'BrienJ: M P Walsh|
Quartz Du Rheu (4/6), Turnpike Trip (2/1), Waitnsee (8/1), Don Patricio (16/1), Rippon Lodge (33/1), Boynagh Prince (100/1)
- Quartz Du Rheu
- Turnpike Trip
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