Interesting enough maiden. Hyde Park Barracks sets a reasonable standard but is totally exposed.
Just Reminiscing looks like dropping back to this trip should suit, while Electroscope is the most interesting of the newcomers.
The one to beat should be LAY IT OUT, a good second in a decent Naas maiden and a filly that should be capable of more improvement.
Plenty in this race with a chance as one might expect. At the bottom of the handicap, the unexposed Bambari is of interest.
Further up, there should not be a lot again between Bahlwan and Powersville from their meeting here last time, with the rejuvenated That’s Mad and the luckless Glow Worm all having chances.
The one to be on though could be SEANJOHNSILVER, who turned the corner in a huge way at Tipperary last time and might just be able to defy a 9lb penalty.
FISCAL RULES does not seem flattered by a rating of 106, which renders him a near-formality here, though he might not be totally suited by this distance and he does have to get over his latest flop.
Le Jardin Secret is viable in the markets without the favourite.
A good handicap and they all have some sort of chance. Tommy Taylor didn’t get the run of things at Leopardstown, but should be thereabouts.
Mokhalad is back down to a good mark and has the assistance of Colin Keane, while Balmari was good here last time and is well capable of being a factor.
The unexposed SHEER BRAVADO (NAP) stands out with the 12lb penalty for his Listowel win entirely fair. He could have plenty to offer in handicaps of this nature.
An open race although not many make huge appeal. Tai Sing Yeh has a little bit of class and will appreciate this straight six.
Top-weight Baby Power is respected, as is the consistent Teddy Boy and another steady performer Misterio.
This could be the opportunity for PILLAR, who has remained consistent while falling down the handicap and has to have a chance off a mark of 48.
Quite open and perhaps another good pay day for COULD BE KING, for whom this easy mile should suit.
Flight Risk edges it on ratings and has plenty of smart form at this level, but the lack of a recent run is a concern. Fame And Acclaim looks the best of the three-year-olds.
HAN SOLO can gain a deserved win now. Dylan Browne McMonagle seems Austin Leahy’s go-to guy for fancied runners.
It is pretty open, Legal Thriller very much feared on the basis of stable form.
With a 700km-round journey, Leanne Breen is not bringing STARLIGHT RED to Mallow for the day out and she appeals plenty under Billy Lee. Others to consider are Treble Cone and Ellaat.
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