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The grey has run creditably behind a couple of top novices in his only starts over fences, finishing third behind yesterday's Grade 2 winner Gulgamboa in Navan.
Chief executive Sly Bailey said: "We performed creditably throughout 2006 in a harsh climate across the media industry.
The Birmingham defender performed creditably in England's 2-1 win over Slovakia to end an amazing season for the 24-year-old.
The Willie Mullins-trained five-year-old is lightly-raced over hurdles but has run creditably on the level over the summer and, facing just three rivals, should land the spoils for Paul Townend.
50 Newcastle, nap) Andrew Balding's admirably consistent filly has been running creditably on ground quicker than ideal.
Blaydon keep faith with the pack who performed creditably at Darlington Mowden Park, with Justin Clarke returning to the bench after injury and Matt Hall coming back into the squad.
The mare has useful bumper form, having won at Newcastle on her debut in January and run creditably in much better company, and is bred to excel over jumps.
And the disappointing Behtarini, which ran creditably against the likes of Jan Vermeer last season, might be capable of belatedly opening his account in the ITBA Supporting Wexford Maiden.
The seven-year-old son of Desert Prince races off a mark 5lb lower than when winning 12 months ago and has been running creditably of late.
He was also fifth in Teesside's Strongest Man Competition and performed creditably on the national stage in the British Isles Novice Strong Man event.
Suspension and steering are lifted straight out of the old Merc SLK, with some body roll, but the ride is creditably poised and handling well-balanced.
The history-books show that to be Ansar's final win at Ballyrbit, although he performed creditably in the last three Galway Plates, carrying the hefty burden of 11-10 into second spot behind Far From Trouble (to which he was conceding 20lb.