17:15 Dundalk Fri 27 September 2019
Won over course and distance last time out benefiting from a slight change of tactics; more need here but in fine heart and another win would not be too surprising.
Has been generally struggling on the turf in three runs from May-September; last victory came over course and distance but needs to bounce back from his last two dire runs at The Curragh.
Well beaten on all five starts this season including over course and distance last April; may benefit from having a long break but looks out of his depth here.
Looks the pick on form; back over his favourite after struggling over further last time; best effort this year when ¾L third in Listed company at Naas in April and should go well from decent draw.
Won a Listed contest at Navan last year but has been generally struggling in better races than this since; step down in class should help and certainly one to note in the betting.
Not beaten may home since joining new connections three starts ago but this represents the easiest task he has faced in a long while; certainly one to consider but needs to put poor recent run behind him.
Returned from a long absence to run well in a Navan handicap on her penultimate start before being out of her depth in a Group 3 contest at Newbury last time out; five furlong specialist who may be hard to peg back from plum draw.
Won her maiden here last March and just seen out two times since; showed her well being over course and distance last week and certainly one for the shortlist.
Last Year's Winner
Blue Uluru (5/4), Primo Uomo (4/1), Alfredo Arcano (4/1), All The King's Men (8/1), Jungle Jane (10/1), Abstraction (14/1), North Wind (22/1), Hot Stuff (150/1)
- Primo Uomo
- Blue Uluru
- Jungle Jane
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