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Formscan By Eamonn Murphy - There are more obvious ones in this line-up but we'll take a chance with BRONCO MCMAHON. Granted he has a long absence to overcome but Eoin Doyle has his team operating at the peak of their powers right now. A repeat of his sole effort to date – 'between the flags' – would put him right in the mix here. With Pat Flavin then, the half-brother to three-time winner, Son Of Oscar, finished runner-up at Kilworth in March 2011, to Highland Lodge. He is now a very promising type cross-channel with Emma Lavelle whilst behind him were Zardsky (winner of a 'point' and a hunter chase since) and Castletownsend went to Paul Nicholls (disappointing there) subsequently. When Pat Collins' claim is taken into account, Bronco McMahon is getting 15Ibs off the likely very short priced market-leader, Ballycasey. If that grey is strong in the betting he'll undeniably be hard to beat. Tabac Brun, Fairy Court, Noble Pageant, Real Appeal, Colley Row and Stillwater Cove could all challenge for a place in the frame.
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A hurdle race for four yrs old and upwards colts and geldings only, maidens at starting
Weights - A hurdle race for four yrs old and upwards colts and geldings only, maidens at starting
Allowances - 4-y-o 11st 8lb; 5-y-o and up 11st 12lb
Penalties - Horses that have not won a *race if 4-y-o allowed 5lb if 5-y-o and up allowed 8lb
Probable SP 11/4 Ballycasey, 9/2 Fairy Court, 6/1 Bronco McMahon, 7/1 Stillwater Cove, 8/1 Colley Row, 10/1 Noble Pageant, Blimey O'Riley, 12/1 Tabac Brun, 20/1 Real Appeal, Explosive Issues, 25/1 Canon Sheehan, Scobie, 33/1 Ilongtosee, Agamemnon, Better Again, Happy Tobe Here.