Luck has deserted DANCE JUPITER in recent times, but he might be able to get the rub of the green now. A winner of a maiden at Cork in August of last year when trained by John Kiely, the son of Kingsbarns subsequently changed hands for a massive 275,000 pounds. A fast-finishing second on his debut for current connections at Galway in September, he then had no luck in running when third at the Curragh, before again meeting with trouble at Limerick last weekend. He is upped in trip now to a mile-and-two and with Dylan Browne McMonagle claiming five, he looks the one to beat. The aforementioned John Kiely is represented by handicap debutant Blackpoint and it'll be interesting to see how he fares with Luke McAteer aboard. The winning streak of Sheer Bravado came to an end at Limerick last weekend, but he still looks capable of making his presence felt. Others for the shortlist are recent winners Simply True, Memyselfandmoi and Ebony Maw.