Cromwell's prolific summer of winners continues, at a time when he has however endured the desperate misfortune of losing his Champion Hurdle hero Espoir D'Allen to what proved a fatal, freak injury - suffered when the five-year-old spooked after a routine exercise canter.
Walking In Memphis is a major contender in the 20,000 euro handicap, which is a fine supporting race to the feature Hollymount Nursing Home Chase on Tuesday evening’s card.
Cromwell’s charge ought to go close at least in the two-mile-two-furlong contest, having shown useful recent form at this level.
Walking In Memphis has progressed very well over hurdles of late, and was a solid runner-up at Downpatrick 15 days ago.
The nine-year-old returned from a two-and-a-half-year absence when a beaten favourite at Downpatrick, but looks sure to be better for that run. Stoneford may be able to win the John Rochford Memorial Beginners Chase.
The Noel Meade-trained gelding has shown useful form at a better level in the past and will relish this two-mile-seven-furlong stamina test.