Horses are great creatures of habit and YOUNGNEDOFTHEHILL (NAP) (best price 5-1) will prove that his propensity to come living at this sharp, right-handed track once more comes to fruition.
One win in 31 suggests he’s not worth going overboard about, but it is important that his sole career success and many others have come at the Co Mayo venue and after several reasonably promising performances by his criteria on’away’ days, he seems poised to go nicely on his return to his happy stomping ground. A creditable fifth at a well-run handicap at Down Royal behind Party Playboy two begins ago signified he has still got lots of life into his thighs despite his veteran status and he certainly wasn’t disgraced at Cork last time when being held off a slow pace didn’t match. However, together with form figures at tonight’s place of 122U, it’s apparent that for whatever reason he likes winging about these tight bends and with trip and requirements in his favour too, Shane Nolan’s gelding can proceed close to finish his trainer’s lengthy, losing streak.
ENGROSSED??(best price 9-2) ran a good bit better than the bare result suggests over tonight’s course out time and she has given the nod although handled the opportunity to place the record straight on her return trip.
Well-supported to back up her past solid effort within the exact same C&D, Martyn Meade’s filly instantly found herself supporting the eight-ball as she had been badly hampered and squeezed out to the hands to the very first bend. Recovering her equilibrium, she subsequently had to survive a broad trip with no cover on the wing going down the back straight and rounding the home turn so it was no fantastic surprise that she couldn’t quite see her race out all the way into the line. Clearly wel-suited by tonight’s route, the girl of Tamayuz attempts a new trip for the very first time, but based on her or his run-style along with pedigree, she is likely to improve to the extra yardage and if that turns out to be the situation, she ought to choose high rank against equal opponents to what she has been facing .
BUG BOY (best price 4-1) ran out a convincing winner for the first time in 12 starts at Ffos Las out time and having run well over tonight’s time before, he speeds a confident option to keep himself and his in-form handler directly from the zone.
Once more gradually away at the Welsh trail, the boy of Big Bad Bob found himself using quite a bit to perform as the field swung at home, but arriving with a long, withering run down the outside in the right, he slowly picked off his rivals one by one to go on a record a cosy success. Formerly the three-year-old had run nicely over tonight’s C&D when compared into the applicable Oydis and given that performance was achieved despite receiving a barbarous trip out wide for much of the journey, his campaign deserved upgrading. Returning to the scene of the fine screen in the rudest of health and hailing out of a secure who has experienced a two winners in the past week, Bug Boy looks a safe bet to hit the frame at the very least. The unexposed Waterfront representing an in-form secure and jockey mix looks the most important threat according to his conduct over tonight’s course last moment.

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