17:15 Galway Mon 16 September 2019
A C&D winner back in September 2018. Has been unable to add to that since then. Featured on the Flat last time at this track over the extended 2m trip where she was fifth of 14. Is down 1lb since her last hurdles outing. Others are preferred.
Broke his maiden on the Flat at Tramore over 2m. Has run modestly well over hurdles in two starts since then, including latest at Kilbeggan (2m3½f) where she was fourth of nine. Remains off the same mark.
Was successful over hurdles on her debut at Ballinrobe (2m½f) where she prevailed by 10L. She featured in a Grade 3 contest last time where she was fourth of six at Down Royal (2m). This assignment is much easier. Leading contender.
Scored on her opening start over hurdles at this course over 2m. Took her chance in Graded action recently, with her latest attempt coming at Fairyhouse (2m4f) in a Grade 1 race. Very capable at this level. One to consider.
Has had a good year with two wins over hurdles and a success coming at this track on the Flat over 2m1f. Was third of 18 last time here (2m7f). Open to further improvements. Big player to add to her tally in this race.
Picked up her opening win last time over hurdles at Tramore (2m4½f) on the fourth start of her career. Makes her handicap debut here where she is likely need to produce more. Best to watch for now.
Last Year's Winner
|T: P A FahyJ: B J Geraghty|
Great White Shark (4/6), Western Victory (11/4), Dont Hesitate (7/1), Awayinthewest (8/1), Jaime Sommers (25/1), Sweet Sting (50/1)
- Great White Shark
- Dont Hesitate
- Western Victory
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