The ability to handle these testing conditions will prove key here and SAN MARTINO appeared to relish heavy ground at Killarney and can follow up, chiefly at the expense of Vafortino and Los Andes.
Not too much strength in depth here and seemingly a good opportunity for LADY ANNER, providing she handles these more testing conditions.
Darkest does handle this ground but has looked regressive of late and needs to bounce back, greater threats could emerge from the less exposed pair Ediyva and Rose Tinted Sand.
Adapt To Dan attempts to recoup Bellewstown losses, but is becoming frustrating and preference is for LADY SAVANAH following her good second at Cork under similar conditions.
The former’s trainer also saddles Agent Zero, fifth in that Cork race, while Navorrosse looked a potential improver at Bellewstown last week but has a wide draw to overcome.
Having again demonstrated her liking for this course and distance on her return to action here recently, MEAN FOMHAIR (NAP) can record a second career win off what looks a fair mark.
Vormir is another with good recent C&D form and rates the chief threat, along with Atlas, who will appreciate the drop in class.
ALGHAZAAL was grabbed close to home in Cork and can go one better with the trip looking likely to suit.
Vultan rates a pretty solid alternative.
PURE NATURE, a sister to a staying winner, is a speculative pick for Ado McGuinness stepping up in trip.
Easca Peasca is thereabouts on general form and could be hard to peg back under Niall McCullagh.
SACCHOANDVANZETTI looks well-in back on the Flat and should go close here. There is not that many appeal, against him but Lady Arona has some sort of chance stepped up in trip.
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