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Formscan By Eamonn Murphy - I'll admit to being pretty much in the dark as regards French-winner, Tempo Du Camp. He hasn't been seen since May 2010 but the bottom line is that if he's strong in the betting he should win. However, we know a little bit more about LIVING NEXT DOOR and we'll put him forward as an each-way selection. He hasn't shown much on the racecourse proper but he did win a point-to-point at the Pigeons last March after which Tony Martin said: "This is a proper old-fashioned horse who jumps and stays. He should make a lovely staying chaser in time." If a first-time tongue-strap helps Caballo De Marcus, he has a good chance of making the frame too. Peter Fahey's mares, Carrig Rua Lady and Four Wives are probably the next two of interest.
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A hurdle race for four yrs old and upwards, maidens at starting
Weights - A hurdle race for four yrs old and upwards, maidens at starting
Allowances - 4-y-o 11st 9lb; 5-y-o and up 11st 12lb; Mares allowed 7lb
Penalties - Horses that have not won a *race if 4-y-o allowed 5lb if 5-y-o and up allowed 8lb
Probable SP 1/1 Tempo Du Camp, 5/1 Caballo De Marcus, 6/1 Living Next Door, 10/1 Carrig Rua Lady, 12/1 Four Wives, 14/1 Adroon Bridge, Kinneagh Cross, 25/1 Our Best, Pairc Na Leasa.