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Formscan By Alan Magee - BURN THE BOATS is put in here on the top claiming price of €20,000, and it’s interesting that connections have persevered with the son of Big Bad Bob who has been off the track since a sole juvenile run at Naas over 18 months ago. Ger Lyons’ charge was fancied on that occasion when reportedly losing his action behind unconsidered stable-companion Pitlochry and, while that was far from a vintage Naas maiden, this is certainly a low grade event. Diamond Daze has fallen 19lb from her initial handicap mark, and fits into the frustrating to follow category following a series of placed efforts. Thrupenny Blue showed a little ability for Sean Treacy put has little to recommend recently over hurdles for present connections following a three-year absence.
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For four yrs old and upwards, maidens at starting to be claimed for E20,000 or less
Weights - For four yrs old and upwards, maidens at starting to be claimed for E20,000 or less
Allowances - 9st 7lb; Fillies allowed 5lb
Penalties - (which are not cumulative) Horses which may be claimed for E15,000 allowed 3lb Horses which may be claimed for E10,000 allowed 6lb
Probable SP 5/2 Burn The Boats, 7/2 Diamond Daze, 4/1 Ahuqd, 7/1 Punches Pious, Glade Appeal, 8/1 Sterling Cooper, Thrupenny Blue, 14/1 Cailin Rinca, Cognac Lady, 33/1 Three Leaves, Millie's Mate.