12:20 Clonmel Thu 9 January 2020
Has finished in the first two in each of her four starts in bumpers including a win at Tramore in August. Likely to be popular in the market on hurdling debut wearing first-time hood.
Consistent at her level on the Flat, with two wins and nine placed efforts in 30 runs. Not disgraced on hurdling debut at Ballinrobe when last seen in September and can be expected to improve on that run here.
Not without ability but the daughter of Presenting has been struggling a little in a couple of maiden hurdles since November. On balance probably has something to find in this contest.
Daughter of Flemensfirth. Pulled up on hurdling debut in a Wexford 2m4f maiden when last seen in April. Unlikely to be troubling the judge at the end of proceedings.
Daughter of Wareed out of a Woods Of Windsor mare. Could be a lively outsider on debut representing a yard who have produced five winners over timber from 34 runners this term.
Gold Well mare. Not much to shout about in three desperate career starts since her debut in December 2018. Others preferred.
Poor 45-rated handicapper on the Flat the daughter of Peintre Celebre finished last of 20 runners on New Years Day over 2m in a Tramore maiden hurdle.
Three-race maiden hints of improvement on her latest start at Naas last month over 2m but still has plenty to prove in this contest.
Below-par 45-rated handicapper on the Flat, the daughter of Big Bad Bob finished a respectable fifth of 24 on maiden hurdle debut at Cork before a 63L defeat at Limerick's Christmas festival. Hard to fancy.
Well held in both career starts so far including a 70L reversal in a Tramore maiden hurdle on heavy ground last month. Needs a few to falter.
Daughter of Beat Hollow. Well beaten and never a factor in a couple of career starts so far including a heavy defeat at Tramore on heavy ground last month. Well below par form looks set to continue.
Homebred mare has struggled in a couple of bumper starts before two dismal efforts over hurdles at Gowran Park and Tramore last month. Form doesn't warrant support here.
Has a modest pedigree, and showed only a modicum of promise in bumpers before finishing half way in a 14-runner maiden on the Flat at Tipperary in April. Liable to find a couple stronger.
Daughter of Beat Hollow. No impression on hurdling debut at Thurles in November weakening after four out to finish 12th of 17 beaten 43L. Others hold stronger claims.
Daughter of Cape Cross out of an Authorized mare. Nothing of note in a couple of bleak maiden hurdle spins last month. Probably best watched on this occasion.
Daughter of Galileo. Down the field on debut in a Naas 2m maiden hurdle on soft ground last month. Likely to be better than that run suggests and worth a check in the market.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W P MullinsJ: P Townend|
Getaway Gorgeous (9/10), Uisce Solas (6/4), Flying Risk (13/8), Western Line (12/1), Cornerkova (14/1), Greenpanda (14/1), Golden Ode (25/1), Walk Me Home (33/1), Bye Bye Brussels (33/1), Chelseas Friend (33/1), Hopefully (40/1), I Do I Do (50/1), Gills Pet (66/1), Golden Treat (66/1), Vue En Seine (100/1), Krickett (100/1), Different Beat (100/1), Lambikin (100/1), Gimligonnabelucky (100/1)
- Getaway Gorgeous
- Uisce Solas
- Flying Risk
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