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Not the strongest of races by any means and KENDANCER can belatedly get off the mark in this sphere if returning to his best form. Grozni is better than he showed last time too, while Fancy A Cosmo and Coastguard Station are others to consider.
This looks a more manageable task for FLYING SCOTSMAN (nap), who picked up invaluable experience at Galway and remains on a workable mark. The likes of Red Ball Of Fire, Na Caith Tobac, Baltinglass Hill and Born To Rule are all open to further improvement.
There looks to be plenty going for ERINS BENEFIT and if she stays this trip then she’ll probably take some beating. Sweet Street ought to be thereabouts if putting her best foot forward, while Belles Benefit can show up well if none the worse for her Wexford fall.
Having returned to form in style at Sligo last week OSKAR HIGH remains potentially well handicapped relative to a winning effort at this track in 2019. Charlie Bit Me has given an impression that he is improving and should go close following his Wexford second. Cornhill Lass put in a good effort in May on her first 2021 outing, and Barangarou has solid place claims after her Tramore third.
A 6lb rise for a Bellewstown win may not be enough to prevent LET HER FLOW from scoring again. Pick of the opposition may be the maidens Meyzan and No Logic, though Father Jed should not be ruled out now that he reverts to hurdling after a chase run at Killarney on Friday.
This hinges on whether or not BALLYOISIN can produce anything like his best form after a long absence. In the same colours, Winter Escape comes out second-best in theory but Galway Plate also-ran Visioman is possibly the main danger.
ENNEMI PUBLIC really attacked his fences at Wexford and was runner-up in a better race than this. Something similar could be good enough here. The Dabbler is the big danger, and his second in the Mayo National here over C&D is rock-solid form. La Tektor has been a beaten favourite on four of his last five starts. On a going day, he would have a massive shout but he’s unpredictable.
A first-time-out win for Nikini would not be a surprise, but perhaps the experience acquired by DREAMZ will prove decisive. Brian Nolan’s filly is taken to confirm Roscommon form with Steel Queen.
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