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Formscan By Eamonn Murphy - SAOIRSE DUN started from such a lowly base that three wins have only taken him as far as a 110 rating which equates to a lovely racing weight of ten stone six here. In truth the opposition wasn't up to much at Wexford about a month ago but he absolutely trounced Flamingos Gold and Reality Dose then, and as a seven-year-old he could well have a lot more in the locker. You'd imagine there'll be plenty of pace on here so two and a half miles will hopefully present Saoirse Dun with a sufficient stamina test and it's good to see Paul Townend in the saddle again. Where do you start when it comes to mentioning alternatives to the selection%3F Come To The Party (course winner) looks a big contender whilst handicap first-timers Sraid Padraig, Carrigeen Lechuga, Daring Article (course winner), Our Girl Lucy (course winner) and Wilde Wit Pleasure (course winner and blinkers tried now) are all contenders to varying degrees. De Dodger, a course and distance winner, looks like he has a big chance of at least making the frame.
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An extended handicap steeplechase for five yrs old and upwards rated 0-130
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Probable SP 4/1 Saoirse Dun, 5/1 Come To The Party, 6/1 De Dodger, 8/1 Daring Article, Our Girl Lucy, 10/1 Carrigeen Lechuga, Sraid Padraig, 11/1 Hans Crescent, 12/1 Jack Bene, Wilde Wit Pleasure, 14/1 In Compliance, 20/1 Elysian Rock, 25/1 Head Waiter.