12:35 Navan Sun 10 November 2019
Winner of a Listed contest at the Galway festival before a defeat in a similar contest last month. Never a big target for the yard running just seven in the contest since 1998, winning on two occasions including last seasons renewal with Aramon.
Off the mark at the fourth time of asking in a Galway maiden over a similar trip in September before winning on handicap debut over the same C&D last month. Well held over 2m4½f last time, drops back in trip here. May need a couple to falter.
Won his maiden on hurdling debut in facile fashion at Gowran Park last month. Yard have landed the spoils in this contest in two of the last three years with Labaik and Mengli Khan.
Has done very little wrong in three career starts so far, posting a bumper win in January and a maiden win late last month on hurdling debut over a similar trip at Galway on soft ground beating 19 rivals 4½L. Another bold bid expected.
Off the mark over hurdles at the third attempt in a Limerick 2m hurdle in March. Well held in a couple of handicap hurdles on return to action last month. More needed.
Dual bumper winner, second of five beaten over 4L on hurdling debut in a Wexford contest over a similar trip late last month. Appears to have a bit to prove in a race of this nature.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W P MullinsJ: P Townend|
Abacadabras (9/10), Fast Buck (3/1), Latest Exhibition (7/2), Uisce Solas (14/1), Pakens Rock (25/1), Foreign Secretary (66/1)
- Fast Buck
- Latest Exhibition
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