20:15 Dundalk Fri 11 October 2019
Boast a record of two wins and two places from 12 starts over C&D with the last win over the combination coming in January 2017 off a 2lb higher mark. Not seen since January but one to note.
Off the mark at the fifth time of asking on the AW when landing a 14-runner handicap over C&D last month off a 7lb lower mark. Capable of more and a leading player.
Lightly raced maiden on the Flat without a win in four starts on the AW. Ran well in defeat over 1m4f last month finishing third of 13 beaten 3L. Can give a good account without posing serious threat to principals.
Last of six on return to action and this track in a competitive contest last month over C&D. Hard to make a case for.
Nine-race maiden but has managed to hit the frame on three occasions. First time blinkers can bring about a good amount of progress needed to play a role here on AW debut.
Sole win in 16 starts came in handicap company at Musselburgh earlier this year. Form here isn't the worst and could go well at a price.
Five-race maiden for trainer Ger Lyons, possibly posting a career best on final start for the yard at Bellewstown in August. More needed on stable debut.
Ran his best race for sometime when running Grove Hill to a ½L in a Sligo 1m2f claimer in August on his final start for Joseph O'Brien. Finished over 4L adrift of Buzz Killington over 1m here last week on stable debut. Looks up against it here.
C&D winner here in January and although she ran badly the time after, she came back to form when a close third of nine in March. First run since August.
Seven-race maiden for trainer Hughie Morrison. Last seen finishing fourth of 10 never nearer at Brighton over 1m2f in June. Best watched on stable debut unless market vibes suggest differently.
Eight-race maiden, yet to hit the frame on any occasion. Ran well in defeat at this track last month over 1m4f finishing 4L adrift of Pak Army. More needed and liable to find a couple stronger.
Boasts a solid record over C&D with a win and three place efforts to her name. Second of 13 here last month and drop in trip likely to suit.
Disappointing eight-race maiden. Makes belated debut on the AW at this venue. Yard boast a 44% win and place strike rate at this venue in October with their handicappers since 2015.
Well beaten in four dismal efforts to date including on return to action following a break of 11 months in a Navan 1m maiden on good to firm ground last month.
Last Year's Winner
|9||Lady De Vesci||5||9-0||5/1||Full Result|
|T: M HalfordJ: R P Whelan|
Cache Queen (7/2), Navajo Ridge (4/1), Spanish Dawn (13/2), One In All In (7/1), Lappet (15/2), Spelga (9/1), Tartlette (10/1), Ragtime Red (10/1), Millford Sound (12/1), For Your Eyes (14/1), Heir of Excitement (25/1), Alnahar (25/1), Delaire (33/1), Wicklow Raj (40/1), Cherryville (50/1), Aneczka (50/1), Ifyouhaveaminute (50/1)
- Cache Queen
- Spanish Dawn
- Ragtime Red
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