Grageelagh Girl has fallen in the weights after a couple of disappointing efforts but does have some good form to her name in the past so if she can bounce back to form here in what looks the weakest race she’s contested for some time, she looks sure to be thereabouts at the finish.
Mischief Star had its first run on the all weather last time when beating a Simon Crisford-trained hotpot. Looked that day that a 5lbs rise wouldn’t stop him from following up next time, so with David Nolan taking over from Jim Crowley he’s sure to go close.
Farnese comes into this off the back of a poor run on turf last time, but prior to that he had two very good runs on this surface. If he can reproduce his earlier runs on a course he clearly likes, he looks a decent each-way bet for shrewd trainer Denis Hogan.