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Plenty of potential improvers in here including Mind Your Money who sets the standard on form. However, she will probably be well found in the market and it might be worth taking a chance on RAGS KITTEN who has a bit to find on ratings but split two nice prospects over C&D last month. Dashing Shirocco ran an eyecatching race on debut and Sootability is a likely improver on quicker ground.
Given the form of his Punchestown win has since been boosted, it could pay to side with JUNIOR RATTLER over Uncle Henry and Rich Belief but it is a tight race im which cases can be made for many.
Heronord might have gone close at Tramore last time without a blunder at the last and Sempre Presto is another who could be in the mix with a clear round. However, preference is for DARK SPARK who looked like a promising sort in bumpers earlier in his career and it was an encouraging debut over hurdles last time out despite racing keenly in the early stages.
Even off 14lbs higher than what she carried to victory at Sligo, ALL CLASS (NAP) is impossible to side against given she looks seriously well-handicapped. Frisco Queen is interesting on handicap debut but it’s all about the top mare.
HOT ON MY HEELS has been found a good opportunity to build on her decent handicap debut and should have too much for Miss Arcool and Citzen’s Army. The race seems to revolve around the top horses.
ROCK ON SEAMIE has been running well over both codes of late and looks the obvious choice. Smithscorner must be of interest off 10lb lower over hurdles, especially with Jack Kennedy taking over for his brother Michael, while Henry Star is another worth considering.
Go Another One was back to something like his best last time but he might struggle to concede 10lb to PEREGRINE RUN who has a good opportunity to gain his 19th win under Rules. The in-form Heroes Of Renown could prove to be best of the rest.
Misty’s Gift has run well in two bumpers so far and he should be in the mix again with Jamie Codd taking over in the saddle. However, slight preference is for SAN SALVADOR who looked like a nice prospect when fourth in a Fairyhouse bumper that’s worked out well and he had excuses when last seen at Leopardstown. A longer trip should suit Major Wells who completes the shortlist.
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