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Formscan By Eamonn Murphy - It's a simplistic way of looking at things but SUPER MIX hardly got the name by plodding around at Willie Mullins' place and the obvious path may be the one to take here. He's a half-brother to the likes of Qhilimar, a winner of five so far and now with Adrian Maguire. Another half-brother, Rhialco (by Dom Alco) has serious earnings amassed in France. Tom Cooper has a useful son of the sire, Fragrant Mix, in Son Amix. If strong in the betting Super Mix is the one to be on. Our Native Land has very decent form to his name and after running a cracker at Wexford eight days back he has a major chance if Super Mix isn't up to scratch. It's basically difficult to see anything else winning this with perhaps Gee Gee Robyn being the best placed of the rest to gain a position in the frame.
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An I.N.H. flat race for five, six and seven yrs old that have not won a *race
Weights - An I.N.H. flat race for five, six and seven yrs old that have not won a *race
Allowances - 12st; Mares allowed 7lb
Probable SP 11/8 Super Mix, 7/2 Our Native Land, 5/1 Gee Gee Robyn, 8/1 Intheolddays, Plettenburg Bay, 16/1 Dynamo Kid, Kick On Boss, 20/1 Eamon The Farmer, Herecomestherain, 25/1 Annas Back, 33/1 Best Value, Zipporah.
2011 Primroseandblue 7 12-0 Mr P W Mullins 2/1Fav (W P Mullins)
2009 Knight Realm 6 11-11 Miss A Foley 7/1 (Thomas Foley)
2008 Cadspeed 5 12-0 Mr P W Mullins 11/4 (W P Mullins)
2007 Lilywhitedancer 5 11-9 Mr P W Mullins 9/2 (W P Mullins)
2006 Chiraaz 5 11-9 Mr J P McKeown 7/4Fav (J T R Dreaper)
2005 Handfull Of Euros 5 11-4 Mr L P Flynn 8/1 (W J Austin)
2004 King Johns Castle 5 11-7 Mr P J O'Neill 10/1 (John F O'Neill)
2003 Tanterari 5 11-9 Mr D O'Connor 10/1 (Denis Ahern)