17:05 Tipperary Mon 7 October 2019
Finished ninth of 13 in a point-to-point in March before falling next time up in June. Possibly best watched on rules debut unless the market suggests otherwise.
Nothing of note in three career bumper starts so far and proved equally disappointing on only start over hurdles at Roscommon in September; place chance at best.
Placed twice in maiden point-to-point contests earlier this year; showed up for a long way on bumper debut at Listowel in September; can improve on that and looks one of the more likely types.
Dual point-to-point winner who showed a degree of promise on bumper debut at Listowel last month finishing 3rd of 14; can be expected to have benefited from that outing and has a reasonable chance.
Daughter of Yeats. Yet to get within 20L of the winner in all three bumper starts to date since making her debut in January. Others preferred.
Won a point-to-point in March but has been well held in two bumper outings to date. Open to improvement but still looks an unlikely winner.
Related to a number of hurdles and chase winners; difficult to assess and best clues will come from the betting ring no doubt.
Beaten by a combination of over 200 lengths in just her two bumper appearances to date. Hard to see her suddenly getting into contention.
Last Year's Winner
|T: N MeadeJ: Mr M J O'Hare|
West Cork Wildway (1/1), Fortune Street (13/8), Snowpiercer (5/2), Arcadian Sunrise (13/2), I'mstillyourbaby (8/1), Daenerys Stormborn (12/1), Glory Breeze (14/1), Canadian Honey (50/1), Time Won't Wait (100/1)
- Fortune Street
- West Cork Wildway
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