A bumper entry of 210 horses for Tipperary on Sunday includes Coachman, a half-brother of sales-topper Au Fleuron who won a point-to-point bumper at the same venue last month.
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JENNY FLEX is a well-related individual and she offered a great deal of promise on her debut in a point-to-point bumper at Punchestown last month when chasing home the JP McManus-owned Limerick Lace.
This Walk In The Park mare herself is owned by Cheltenham Festival winning owner Brian Acheson and should be able to confirm the placings with bother Tintern Abbey and Springtime Promise who finished behind her on that occasion.
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Harley Dunne has enjoyed a good run with the horses that have carried his own colours on the track during the point-to-point suspension, with POWPOWFIZZ one such horse having finished a very encouraging second in a Limerick Bumper a fortnight ago on his debut.
That experience would see him set the benchmark for this over Alto Alto and Regarde who finished within a head of each other in a Wexford point-to-point bumper last month.
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SCARLET WITCH was in the process of running an eye-catching race on debut at Borris House back in November before exiting at the third last. Coming from a yard that is bang in form including success in a mares point-to-point bumper at Cork on Monday, she is certainly of notable interest in this.
Ramble West chased home the subsequent Hereford Bumper winner Ballybough Mary on her debut at Curraghmore and is sure to have improved, whilst the twice-placed Sevenofus and Boulta-third Jillash are others to have already shown early promise.
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FAMOUS BRIDGE is very well related given that he is a half-brother of recent Cheltenham Festival winner and point-to-point graduate Telmesomethinggirl and he ran well on his debut to finish third in the point-to-point bumper at Punchestown that was won by Green Vault.
He is sure to have improved for that introduction. Coachman ran well on his debut when third at Umma House, whilst the luckless Imperial Lord and Ingenious Stroke should also not be too far away.