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Cousin Harry

Only a pair of unexposed hurdlers prevented Cousin Harry from gaining a first career last time out at a big price. She was only beaten 5l that day, and in a fairly uninspiring event here, it would only take a similar effort for her to score here. The 7lb claim of James Sullivan will only aid his claims here, even if he is up 1lb in the weights.

Dysart Diamond

Willie Mullins’ mare looked to be a real talent when kicking clear to score at Tramore on hurdling debut. A few in behind have run well since, to give the form a semblance of solidity and she can go on to win more races over timber. She’s up in trip today, but her mare scored over 2m4f, and was related to a couple of winners over similar distances, so this 2m7f test is within range

Felix Desjy

The class act in this field, Gordon Elliott’s Grade 1 winner should in all likelihood have far too much for this field on his chasing debut. Fitness shouldn’t be an issue, having landed a maiden event on the flat in July. He was sent off favourite for the Galway Hurdle but only got as far as the second hurdle when coming down. Switching to the larger obstacles he is likely to begin with a win. 

Railway Muice

A first win over obstacles is a long time coming for Paul Flynn’s 7yo, this being his 28th national hunt run under rules. He has, however, put in plenty of excellent efforts in defeat recently, hitting the frame in his last four outings. Although he’s up 2lb for his last second-placed run, a repeat of that performance will see him go close - it’s all dependent on if anything else can step up from their recent outings.

About Killarney Racecourse

Often heralded as one of the most scenic racecourses around, this dual purpose track is situated in the foothills of the Killarney National Park, overlooking Lough Leane and is a popular overseas trip for British racing fans.

Racing has taken place in the current location since 1936, with the courses 11 race days split between three festivals in May, July and August. The Listed Ruby Stakes on the flat is the most prestigious contest held at Killarney, won by classy fillies such as Brooch and I Can Fly in recent years.

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