15:45 Curragh Sat 28 September 2019

  • Cross' SuperValu Newbridge Handicap
  • 1m, Soft (Yielding to Soft in places)
  • 15 Runners
  • Winner€10,200.002nd€3,400.003rd€1,701.004th€850.005th€509.006th€340.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 45.01sOff time:15:48:53
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39-13OR: 93BFD

Winner on two occasions in France and off the mark on debut for this yard at Cork last month. Beaten since but has run with credit on both occasions. One for the shortlist.

59-13OR: 89D

Off the mark at the sixth time of asking when winning on soft ground at Naas over this trip in March. Has disappointed in two starts since but is capable of a big run in this company.

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49-13OR: 89CD

Winner of two of his 17 career starts. Was last seen winning the Pat Smullen Champions Race For Cancer Trials Ireland earlier this month. Appears in good shape and another for the shortlist.

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39-12OR: 92

Comes here on a hat-traick of wins following success at Gowran Park and Galway earlier this month. Rates a leading contender.

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99-10OR: 86CD

Course winner that has also won over this trip. Experienced sort ran well to finish 2L adrift of Bashiyr on latest start earlier this month at Galway. Place claims.

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49-7OR: 83D

Distance winner on the AW at Dundalk when last seen in February, off the mark at just the third time of asking. Appears well treated on turf debut.

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59-5OR: 81D

Held a rating of 90 when in the hands of trainer Brian Meehan last year. Running well in defeat in three starts in the spring but may have needed debut run when disappointing at Galway earlier this month. Others preferred.

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59-3OR: 79CD

Distance winner who won at this venue when landing a 23-runner handicap last month on good to yielding ground off a 7lb lower mark. Improvement likely and worth considering.

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39-2OR: 82D

Followed up his maiden win at Cork in May by landing a Leopardstown handicap over a similar trip on good to firm ground off a 2lb lower mark. Beaten since when last seen in July.

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49-1OR: 77

Won for the fifth time in her career when landing a Galway 1m½f handicap on soft ground earlier this month off a 6lb lower mark. Leading player with conditions to suit.

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38-12OR: 78

Five-race maiden, without a win in three Flat starts on turf. Earlier progression appears to have leveled out and others look to hold stronger claims.

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38-10OR: 76D

In good form currently running with credit in a number of starts over the summer including a third of 22 beaten 2½L behind Acari over C&D last month. Winner since and should be a leading contender in this company.

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38-10OR: 76

Registered a first career win at the third attempt when landing a Listowel 7f maiden on yielding ground when last seen in June. May need the run on return to action but open for plenty of improvement.

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38-7OR: 73C

Busy season continues with the filly having the fifth start of the month following a solid run when finishing fourth of 16 behind Bigger And Bigger at Fairyhouse on Monday. Can give a good account without posing serious threat to principals.

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38-4OR: 70

Seven-race maiden but running competently in a number of starts since June running between 7f and 1m. May need a couple to falter.

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Last Year's Winner

4Omran49-710/1Full Result
T: G M LyonsJ: G F Carroll



Bashiyr (4/1), Bopedro (5/1), Quizical (6/1), Grandmaster Flash (8/1), Karawaan (10/1), Starlite Dancer (10/1), Massa Lubrense (11/1), Dare To Flare (12/1), Silver Service (14/1), Balefire (14/1), The Game Of Life (16/1), Stormy Tale (20/1), Fastar (20/1), Master Speaker (25/1), Risaalaat (25/1)


The Andrew Slattery-trained DARE TO FLARE can take advantage of the conditions here to land a wide open looking handicap. The Dandy Man gelding has finished third of 22 over C&D as well as winning on soft ground at Killarney over a similar trip last month. The hat-trick-seeking Bashiyr for the Dermot Weld yard can emerge as the biggest danger following a win at Galway earlier this month on rain-sodden ground. Stormy Tale and the Joseph O'Brien-trained The Game Of Life can give a good account of themselves.
  1. Dare To Flare
  2. Bashiyr
  3. The Game Of Life

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