Kennedy Business Systems 4yo Mares Maiden
GETAWAY MIXIE was in the process of posting a big effort when exiting three-out on debut at Durrow last month. The James King-trained mare had caught the eye on that occasion and is sure to play a leading role here, provided she puts in a clear round. Western Perk also failed to complete on debut but showed enough to suggest she can play a role here. Colin Bowe also has newcomer Malindi Bay entered and she is sure to be ready first time out if lining up, while the Sean-Doyle-trained Getaway Flyer is a danger on debut.
Killultagh Estates 5yo Mares Maiden
BANG BANG ROSIE has been unlucky not to have won a maiden at this stage but is a confident selection if taking her chance here. The Colin McBratney-trained mare was a faller when travelling well on debut and suffered a similar fate when unfortunately being brought down close home at Loughanmore recently. One of these races is well within her capabilities. Arctic Robin has run much better than her form figures suggest looks a danger to the selection. Drumconnor Girl looks best of the remainder.
Charles Hurst Land Rover Winner of One
BENEFIT NORTH could give trainer Colin McBratney a quick double if taking his chance in the third race on the card. An eight-length winner on debut, he won with plenty in hand and is taking to score again. Drimsree Lad is a consistent sort and is likely to run another solid race for connections. Lord Getaway, Novo Dawn and Mollyking look best of the remainder.
Halftown Developments Ladies Open
SPRINTINGFORGOLD has done nothing wrong since making his debut at Loughanmore in 2014. Six wins from eight runs, the Gold Well gelding produced another top class effort to win by six-lengths at Quakerstown recently. He is taken to continue the good run if lining out again quickly. Ourmanmassini was unlucky to fall when taking on the selection recently and another clash would be interesting to see if the result will be the same. Galloping Gander looks best away from the leading two.
Tughans 6yo Geldings Maiden
BAYARD DE MARCIGNY was let down by his jumping when last seen but still showed huge promise to finish third in a maiden at Loughanmore. Stuart Crawford’s gelding is sure to improve with racing and this might be the time to catch him. Haryana for trainer William Durkan is an interesting newcomer with the stable having two horses making their debut run well at the weekend.
Killultagh Hunt Supporters 6yo+ Mares Maiden
MILAN DIVA looks the answer to the final race on the card having looked sure to score at Loughanmore recently on to fall at the last. Having sprinted clear of her rivals, she was unlucky to come down and gain a deserved first success. Bastante, Outta The West and Beech Hill look capable of filling the places.