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Formscan By Gary Carson - Not the strongest looking bumper and it's hard to get away from the Willie Mullins runner SHAKE THE TREE. The yard don't keep too many bad ones and she wouldn't need to be a stable star to be good enough to land this. The Shantou mare is a full-sister to a decent type in Touch Back, a winner of a bumper and hurdle for Christy Roche and a smart novice hurdler last season. The dam Back Log was also Listed placed on the Flat. Carrigeen Kigelia won a point-to-point back in May and could be a player here having shown enough ability to win first time between the flags. How Do You Know shaped with promise on her Roscommon debut but disappointed at Listowel. She could go better after a little break while Derrylea Girl could be given a shout on her Sligo run but would need to come on for her return at Cork last month.
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An I.N.H. flat race for four, five, six and seven yrs old mares only that have not won a *race
Weights - An I.N.H. flat race for four, five, six and seven yrs old mares only that have not won a *race
Allowances - 4-y-o 11st 6lb; 5, 6 and 7-y-o 11st 9lb
Probable SP 13/8 Shake The Tree, 8/1 How Do You Know, Carrigeen Kigelia, 12/1 Searenity, Derrylea Girl, 14/1 Buttery Lane, Myblueeyedgirl, 20/1 Faiths Choice, Catimini, Theatrical Queen, Desperately Subtle, Liu Na Scooth Bay, 33/1 Notimeforpatience.