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SHEER LISS was the best of these in bumpers and, if putting a line through her hurdles debut, she’d be the one to beat. Galee Blanche should be competitive again, while Frisco Queen is interesting after her eye-catching Fairyhouse run.
He won’t be much of a price, but EN BETON is difficult to get away from in a very ordinary maiden hurdle. Rocky’s Howya can pick up the pieces if the Mullins-trained selection fails to fire, while Godfatherofharlem is a potential improver that could have each-way potential.
Cases can be made for a few of these, but MASTER ARTIST presents the strongest one, arriving here in good heart and competing on his favoured ground off 6lbs higher than his recent win. Ballyadam Destiny isn’t without an each-way chance, while Centurion Steel could be thereabouts if sharp enough on his comeback.
An interesting affair in which a chance is taken on US AND THEM handling the track and appreciating the step up in trip. Articulum and Bapaume are rated 6lbs higher than him and compete off levels, with the former particularly feared. Spyglass Hill should appreciate the drop in trip.
Game Of War is of obvious interest despite his big weight after a good run at Limerick, while the consistent Something Sweet is sure to be thereabouts. Most of the boxes that need ticking though are covered by BATCIO, and he could be hard to beat after a return to form at Navan last time.
An open contest and not a bad one for the grade. Jack Holiday is interesting with track and ground to suit if fit enough after a six-month break. Espion Du Chenet has a chance of adding to his two wins this season if things fall right for him, while the ground is a plus for Crimson Chief.
The one to beat is WESTERN BOY (NAP), back in form this season and looked quite unlucky when unseating two out at Clonmel last month.
This looks a bit better than your average Tramore bumper. Of those that have run, Butterflyvespiere carries a decent level of form, as does No Reaction, while both Roisins Ciara and Always Enchanting are capable of significant improvement.
Memorable Daise and Malina Girl are both interesting newcomers, but the likeliest winner is probably MIND YOUR MONEY, disqualified after winning at Fairyhouse last autumn and right back to form when fourth in a Listed contest at Easter.
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