Timeform pick out their three best bets from Roscommon on Tuesday evening...
"He's lightly raced for a six-year-old, making just five starts so far, and the feeling is that a 9 lb rise won't prevent the follow up."
Timeform on Spring Watch
Santiago De Cuba has looked fairly useful form in his three starts over timber so far, and considering that he was useful in bumpers, he has shown enough to suggest that a race of this nature is within reach judged on his exploits in recent months. He can get off the mark, with Gigiplan Two Seven and Licklighter are a couple of others to consider.
Mister Butler produced a career-best effort when winning a big field handicap in comprehensive fashion at Bellewstown on Saturday, drawing clear two out, and he makes plenty of appeal under a penalty to follow up. Fellow last-time-out winners Ciankyle and Naturally Blond are respected, acknowledging their profiles aren't the most convincing.
Spring Watch proved to be a completely different proposition when getting off the mark at the second attempt in handicap company when landing a big-field contest at Punchestown in May, making the most of the less testing conditions, going on before the last flight. He's lightly raced for a six-year-old, making just five starts so far, and the feeling is that a 9 lb rise won't prevent the follow up. My Betty and Showem Silver head the opposition.
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