Timeform pick out three bets from Tipperary on Monday.
"...she's expected to give following up a very good go."
Timeform on Queen Rabab
Hot Stone has the best form on offer in this, and looks to have been found a very winnable opportunity on reappearance. She showed fairly useful form as a two-year-old last term, just failing to win at Navan last October, and a repeat of that performance would see her win this comfortably. Early Call is becoming frustrating to follow, though he does hold a fitness edge, and rates as the biggest threat.
The combination of first-time cheekpieces and a switch to handicaps evoked a big improvement from Queen Rabab at Dundalk 12 days ago still looking an unfinished article when getting off the mark by a neck. Provided that she's as good on turf as she is on the all-weather, she's expected to give following up a very good go. Footstepsintime is another who won last time out and is respected, ahead of Button Popper.
Northern Sky finished clear of the rest when finishing second behind Song Of The Sky at Limerick last month. That was strong form for this level, and considering that he's now 8 lb better than that rival, he is fancied to come out on top this time around. Dual-performer Mastermind is perhaps the biggest threat off a lowly mark.