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Formscan By Donal Murphy - This is a competitive contest and the consistent SON AMIX looks the one to side with. The Tom Cooper trained grey has been off the track since New Year's Eve but he rarely runs and bad race and returning to smaller obstacles he should go close. Willie Mullins is again double handed with Sweet My Lord and Bishopsfurze. The former has been disappointing over fences and returns to hurdling here with Paul Townend seemingly siding with him over Bishopsfurze. That fellow will be ridden by David Casey and he is unlucky not to be three from three around the course. He too is returning to hurdles is given second preference behind the selection. Folsom Blue disappointed on his seasonal reappearance at Naas recently but with that run under his belt a better performance can be expected. Dancing Tornado ended a long losing streak at Limerick last time out and that win may have revitalised the veteran.
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A hurdle race for four yrs old and upwards which have not won a Grade 1, Grade 2 or Grade 3 hurdle race
Weights - A hurdle race for four yrs old and upwards which have not won a Grade 1, Grade 2 or Grade 3 hurdle race
Allowances - 4-y-o 10st 10lb; 5-y-o and up 11st; Mares allowed 7lb
Riders - (to count from 8th May, 2011) Winner of a hurdle race 6lb extra; Of two hurdle races or one value E10,000 10lb extra;
Probable SP 5/2 Son Amix, 3/1 Folsom Blue, 7/2 Sweet My Lord, 9/2 Bishopsfurze, 6/1 Dancing Tornado, 10/1 Becauseicouldntsee, 14/1 Charlie's Vic, 16/1 Count Salazar, Tullintain, 20/1 Owennacurra Milan, Hatrick Harry.