18:30 Naas Wed 18 September 2019
Five-race maiden whose best effort came when fourth at Tipperary in August. Struggled in handicap company so far, including fifth of six in 5f Navan Nursery 11 days ago. Plenty to find on ratings.
Winner at Down Royal back in June but hasn't landed a telling blow in three starts since. Latest 6L sixth at Navan means more is needed and may be in the grip of the handicapper.
Improving sort. Ran best race of career date with neck third at Listowel (6f, soft) nine days ago. Steps down in trip for this and on a good mark for handicap debut.
Lightly-raced maiden. Put in positive efforts on last two starts, the latest when fourth of nine in 6f Curragh nursery last month. Slow start cost him that day and entitled to respect once again.
Five-race maiden. Put in an encouraging performance last time out when fourth at Down Royal (5f, good to firm). Makes handicap debut in this and enters calculations.
Thrice-raced maiden who haunts featured to date, including latest eighth of 12 in 6f Tipperary maiden in August. A lot more required on handicap debut.
Well beaten in four starts to date, including 11L last of six at Bellewstown (5f, good) in early July. Not seen since but hard to make a case for.
Winless in five and failed to feature in each of those starts. Latest 9L defeat at Tipperary (7f) leaves a lot to be desired.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Yolo Again||2||9-7||8/1||Full Result|
|T: J P MurtaghJ: S B Kelly|
Quick Quick (11/4), Invincible Diva (9/2), Captain Corcoran (9/2), Not Now Zeb (5/1), Tinkerbells Effect (11/2), Enchanted One (10/1), Megans Beau (20/1), The King Of Kells (25/1)
- Quick Quick
- Captain Corcoran
- Tinkerbells Effect
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