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Thirteen entered in the Gowran point-to-point Bumper

Gowran Park hosts the Doc's Bumper Point-to-Point INH Flat Race this Saturday, the 7th of March. The 2m 2f contest has a prize fund of €10,000 with a total of 13 entries.

Bob Olinger was a very impressive winner on his debut four-year-old point for Pat Doyle in November 2019 at Turtulla. The son of Sholokhov subsequently changed hands as a result of a private sale. This will be the geldings first run for Henry De Bromhead.
Gordon Elliott is  represented in this contest with Ardhill along with Coqolino, who won a four-year-old maiden at Ballindenisk in impressive fashion for Eugene O'Sullivan and owner Tomas Singleton, who have combined and have had success previously with the likes of Chris's Dream and Scorpiancer. He has since privately changed hands to JP McManus following that initial Ballindenisk success.
A clear-cut winner of a five-year-old mares' maiden at Borris House for Aidan Fitzgerald and Richie Deegan, Katoune Tara looks an exciting recruit for champion trainer, Willie Mullins along with his new owners, the Corner House Syndicate.
Elusive Star has done well in winners' company since getting off the mark at Loughrea back in October, and he represents the Michael Hourigan team in this contest.
Movethechains got off the mark in a five-year-old geldings' maiden at Dromahane in late-January. Coming from well off the pace under Michael O'Sullivan, the pair got up by a length-and-half and the six-year-old son of Robin Des Champs represents Paul Cashman.
Tommy's Oscar has finished a decent second on his previous two starts at Ballycrystal and Tyrella where he finished behind The Bees Knees and Only The Bold respectively, and he represents leading handler Colin Bowe.
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