Geraghty's mount could have All The Answers
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All The Answers has already shown his liking for Galway where he achieved both of his wins over hurdles, and Barry Geraghty's mount will be attempting to get off the mark over fences at the second attempt.
Runner-up on his chasing debut at Killarney last month, the six-year-old represents JP McManus and Joseph O'Brien who also run Aspen Colorado, the mount of Jody McGarvey.
O'Brien said yesterday: "All The Answers ran a nice race at Killarney and should have benefited from the experience. He's in good form and we're hoping for another good run.
"Aspen Colorado has more experience than All The Answers. His jumping hasn't quite come together yet and if he jumps better this time he should run a nice race."
Four-time hurdles winner Bamako Moriviere, who represents Willie Mullins, fell on his debut over fences at Kilbeggan in June.
"It looks quite a hot race and in view of what happened at Kilbeggan you'd be a bit worried that he mightn't be experienced enough. He seems in good form, though, and takes his chance," Mullins said of Ruby Walsh's mount.
Bilko, placed on his two starts over fences, represents the Gordon Elliott and Gigginstown House Stud alliance while the Henry de Bromhead-trained Three Wise Men has been placed on three of his six attempts over fences and will be making his first appearance since falling at Punchestown in May.
The Alan Fleming-trained Product Of Love, winner of a bumper and a maiden hurdle, and John Nicholson's mare, Ask Susan, a bumper winner with two wins over hurdles to her name, will be running over fences for the first time.