Timeform pick out their three best bets from Wexford on Friday evening...
"...she looks sure to make a bold bid to land this race for the second year in succession..."
Timeform on Rathnaleen Girl
AGUSTA GOLD failed to justify strong support on her hurdling debut at Killarney in May, but her debut bumper win at Tramore prior to that was an impressive one (by six lengths), and she is likely worth another chance in a race that won't take much winning. Mysloegin, who ran her best race yet when fourth in a handicap at Kilbeggan last time, and Perle Rose head the list of dangers.
RATHNALEEN GIRL rather bumped into one when second at Tipperary last time - the winner followed up under a penalty at Ballinrobe on Monday - and she looks sure to make a bold bid to land this race for the second year in succession, clearly at the top of her game at present and able to race from a mark just 2 lb higher than last time. Mr Moondance, who was back to his best when third at Roscommon last month, and Boytonrath complete the shortlist.
WONDEROFTHEWORLD was useful over hurdles and shaped well when runner-up on his chase debut at Killarney in May, beaten only by the more experienced Up For Review. He looked sure to be placed at the very least when unseating at Punchestown since, making headway at the time of his departure, and Alan Fleming's charge is fancied to make amends here. Clara Sorrento and Ah Littleluck rate next best.