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Camlann warmed up for this with a run at Ballinrobe just over a week ago although he faces a formidable Willie Mullins-trained pair in Scaglietti and Eight And Bob.
Annette Mee’s colours will also be carried in the opening maiden hurdle by Diamond Hill who won the amateur maiden on the corresponding card a year ago.
“Shark” Hanlon’s runner ran three times at last year’s festival, winning on his first appearance, only to subsequently lose the race after testing positive for cobalt.
That saw Hanlon get a suspended 18-month sentence of his licence.
Snugsborough Benny brings course-winning form which is always a plus and he could be the one to serve it up to Blackmore’s mount in the closing stages.
Blackmore won a hurdle race on Camlann here in 2016 and the course stalwart is back at Ballybrit for the concluding handicap on Wednesday.
Whether that earlier reserve cut-off point dilutes the impact of 48-hour declarations for the big race is debatable.
Four starts over flights since then haven’t provided much encouragement though and Days Without End in just his second hurdle race may be an alternative.
Buildmeupbuttercup’s 94 rating makes a dramatic drop in trip for this week’s amateur maiden look a relative side issue.
What isn’t is that Wednesday looks a significant date for a prestigious contest that’s been a fixture throughout the Galway Races’ 150-year history.
Moving day three of the festival to an evening date last year didn’t prevent another slip in attendance.