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CLONDAW CAITLIN takes a marked drop in class to contest in this and comes here off a nice break. She has run really well from a break in the past and is clearly the highest rated out of these. Not only is she taking a drop in class, but she is likely to show more improvement for this step up to 3 miles for the first time. I think DRUMLEE WATAR is a really interesting type but may have to settle for minor honours as CLONDAW CAITLIN too me looks too strong for these.
CALLIOPE is the one I think takes all the beating here. He has two Irish raiders to take on but one has a lot to prove whilst the other may bounce after winning over C&D a few weeks ago. I just think this race suits the 8y-o CALLIOPE better than the others and he is remarkably reliable. In his last 13 runs he has been in the money 11 times whilst winning on two of those occasions. He stays very well and could well be up to this.
SCHMIDT has only won on one occasion but has done most of his running in Ireland and makes his debut for the McCain team this time round and could be ready to double his winning tally. He has Champ Brian Hughes on board who has ridden him before when he came over to run at Perth and ran with credit each time the Champ was on board. It seems this may have been a long term plan to pick this one up and on his stable debut I think he could just come here extra fresh and put his best foot forward.