14:35 Cork Sun 20 October 2019
Kept on well to win on his hurdles debut at Galway earlier this month; can be expected to be even fitter here and open to improvement; certainly one to note.
Another who won on his hurdling debut doing so at Tramore in August; has failed to follow up on two subsequent runs and while hard to easily dismiss, looks the stable second string in this contest.
Finished fourth behind Battle of Midway at Galway in October and no real reason why he should be turning around that form on slightly inferior terms.
Easily won on her hurdles debut following up a classy performance in a bumper; getting weight all round from her serious rivals she looks the most likely winner of this fascinating contest.
Seven-race maiden generally well beaten in five starts since July; pulled up last time out; looks the outsider of the five runners.
Last Year's Winner
|He's No Molly||5||11-10||7/4|
|T: N MeadeJ: S W Flanagan|
Battle Of Midway (9/10), Zola (15/8), Glamorgan Duke (7/1), Think Positive (10/1), Little Saint (66/1)
- Battle Of Midway
- Think Positive
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