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OUTBACK FLYER shaped well sent hurdling in first-time hood when fourth at Galway 16 days ago, and seems sure to do better now stepping up in trip with that initial experience under her belt, so she’s given the vote. Banntown Girl has shown plenty in bumpers and rates a good hurdling prospect, while Motown Maggie and Lizlucky are others to consider.
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This should end up being a useful novice chase. GABTNAKO wasn’t quite as talented as some of these over hurdles, but he made a very promising start to his chase career at Galway and is sure to build on that. French Dynamite and Midnight Run are perhaps the chief threats.
BRAWLER is taken to open his chase account at the eighth attempt. He was runner-up four times on the bounce last season prior to falling when starting to make headway 4 out in a competitive handicap at the Punchestown Festival in April. Forrard Away made a winning start in this sphere at Ballinrobe and merits respect, as does Cerberus, However, Low Lie The Fields is feared most on his chase debut.
FAVORI LOGIQUE has already enjoyed a productive season and judged on his latest effort behind Arrycan here a month ago, this mark needn’t prove beyond him. A bigger threat may emerge in the shape of hat-trick seeking mare Direct Image.
VAUCELET was impressive when landing a couple of hunters earlier this year and has shown his well being by scoring between the flags recently. He has the potential to do better still and is narrowly preferred to Warriors Tale in an intriguing event. Mighty Stowaway also makes appeal.
The vote goes to CARNET DE STAGE, who has yet to strike in this sphere but he was a facile winner over fences on his penultimate start and wasn’t disgraced at Cheltenham last time. He returns to this level on an attractive mark and dropping back in trip looks a good move. Shantou Warrior is second choice ahead of Ballydam, who landed a couple of points last month, and Emir de Rots.
HAPPY D’EX bolted up in a point before joining a top yard, so she’s a straightforward choice to make a winning Rules debut at the likely expense of Aghmorough Bridge – who also looked above average on her sole start between the flags. Bonne Debut is also a player.
GLENGLASS has been off a while since his point debut success, but he’s very much bred for the job and hails from a top yard and he has to be considered the one to beat, with confidence increased should the betting vibes be strong. Fellow point debut scorer O’Moore Park can give him most to do.
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