14:40 Downpatrick Fri 27 September 2019
Well beaten in four maiden hurdle starts so far and left with something to prove on the balance of his form since April. Not seen since June and worth opposing again.
Sent off a big prices on both career starts in a Limerick bumper and on hurdling debut at Limerick earlier this month, running accordingly on both occasions.
Not much to shout about in four career maiden hurdle starts to date beaten over 32L on each occasion. Others look open to more improvement.
Well held in a couple of handicap hurdles here last month before a similar effort at Kilbeggan over 3m1f earlier this month. Not in the form required to be considered in this contest.
Four-race maiden hurdler, well beaten and no impression in three of completed starts since June. That said, capable of a big run in this company.
Point-to-point winner, down the field on a couple of bumper starts before two below-par efforts over hurdles at Down Royal and in a Wexford maiden over 3m earlier this month. Wouldn't have to improve too much to place a claim in this contest.
Winner of a point-to-point in June before a couple of heavy defeats over the larger obstacles when last seen in July. Market likely to be the best guide on hurdling debut.
Well held and never nearer in three dismal maiden hurdle efforts to date beaten over 54L on each occasion. Makes little appeal in this heat.
Well traveled four-race maiden who has finished last of eight and last of seven in her latest starts at this venue and at Bangor-On-Dee last month.
More than likely to come on for her run on return to action at Listowel earlier this month finishing ninth of 17 beaten 19L on handicap hurdle debut. Not to be taken lightly.
Last Year's Winner
|T: G ElliottJ: D N Russell|
My Galway Girl (3/1), Cushinstown Finest (4/1), Drumconnor Girl (5/1), Rockford Cave (7/1), Charlotte Wells (8/1), Electricitywork (17/2), Let Her Flow (10/1), I Got This (14/1), Long Island Jenn (20/1), Light Bulb (20/1), Miss Lanefox (20/1)
- Drumconnor Girl
- My Galway Girl
- Cushinstown Finest
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