Timeform pick out their three best bets from Tipperary on Friday evening...
"...he'd shaped as if ready to capitalise on a reduced mark on his reappearance.."
Timeform on Miro
Time Stand Still went close over C&D last time and might be capable of going one better if turning up in similar form. Emperor Bob reacted positively to blinkers when resuming winning ways at Killarney last time and is much respected despite an 11 lb rise, while Count of Carabass had a slow start as an excuse last time and had been in very good form prior to that.
Bright Eyed and Julienne, a couple of promising daughters of Galileo are expected to fight this out with the former, who is less exposed and caught the eye under a sympathetic ride on debut, taken to come out on top. Madame Delavanti also makes appeal having started encouragingly, while Lir makes the most appeal of some mildly interesting newcomers.
Miro was a little underwhelming at Galway last time but prior to that, he'd shaped as if ready to capitalise on a reduced mark on his reappearance and, with one of the more experienced riders in the plate, he's worth chancing to build on that encouragement at the second attempt. Universal Focus and Galtymore look the principal dangers.