Timeform pick out three bets from Fairyhouse on Saturday.
"He can take this maiden hurdle before moving on to better things..."
Crackerdancer looks most promising after winning three bumpers in a row before strolling home on her hurdling debut at Limerick last month. Representing the unheralded yard of Ray Hackett and with amateur Eoin O'Brien in the saddle, she looks set for the very top over hurdles, though will need to be at her best to hold off the Willie Mullins pairing of Laurina and True Self in that order.
Play The Game ran creditably when fifth on his most recent outing at Leopardstown, chasing the leaders at the outset before keeping on well to be beaten less than 10 lengths. He will likely need a career best to win this, but looks to have more to offer after just the four starts over hurdles and shades the vote. Khudha is similarly lightly-raced in this sphere and can give the selection most to do.
Timmie Roe showed promise when fourth at Limerick last time and looks the sort to go on to be a lot better than we have seen so far with further experience. He can take this maiden hurdle before moving on to better things. If he falters then Benefit of Magic seems likeliest to step up and take full advantage, though Western Command may also have a say for the in-form Gordon Elliott stable.