15:25 Fairyhouse Tue 12 November 2019
12-race maiden, without a win in seven starts over the larger obstacles. Well held in a couple of recent starts and first time blinkers unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
Winner of three of his 20 starts over hurdles but needs to improve on chasing debut in a Cork 2m4f beginners contest on yielding ground last month.
Lightly-raced maiden, pulled up when weakening quickly in a Cork hurdle over 3m when last seen in April. Market likely to reveal expectations on chasing debut.
Had been running well in defeat in four beginners chase starts since May hitting the frame on each occasion before a 28L defeat in a Tramore 2m5½f contest on handicap debut when last seen in August. Summer form puts him in the mix.
Running with credit in defeat in three starts last month including on chasing introduction in a Galway beginners contest finishing third of nine behind Battleoverdoyen late last month. Another bold show looks likely.
Six-race maiden over hurdles looks a little flattered by his run at Limerick in December. Hard to fancy on chasing debut.
French import, placed in five of his 10 starts over hurdles for current connections. Pleasing third of 12 beaten 14L on chasing debut in a Galway novice chase over 2m2f last month. Repeat of that effort should see a bold bid.
Winner of two of his 13 starts over hurdles. Out of sorts on return to action at Punchestown last month and has something to find on chasing debut.
Won over this trip when landing a Limerick maiden hurdle in March. Market likely to be the best guide on chasing debut.
Winner of two of her 10 starts over hurdles and not disgraced on chasing debut at Tipperary over 2m4f on yielding ground last month. Holds place claims if things fall his ways.
Last Year's Winner
|T: P NolanJ: B J Cooper|
Glamorgan Duke (7/2), Diamond Turf (9/2), Sil Ver Klass (9/2), Denham Hana (5/1), From Eden (6/1), The White Volcano (8/1), Cherokee Bill (10/1), Lady Writer (10/1), Baily Gorse (25/1), Life Isfor Living (40/1), Conright Boy (40/1)
- Diamond Turf
- Denham Hana
- From Eden
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