The first race on day two of the Dublin Racing Festival is the 2m2f Mares Handicap Hurdle and the horse that catches our eye at a nice price is Mrs Milner for trainer Paul Nolan.
The six year old has been a highly consistent horse for the yard over the last few seasons showing win and place form over two and three miles.
This season the mare made her debut at Galway in July and and was a good winner of a Mares Handicap Hurdle over two miles.
She then went to Ballinrobe and finished a good third a in a similar event when stepping up to 2m6f and was upped to three miles next time out at Cheltenham in November.
She finished a superb neck second to On The Blind Side for Nicky Henderson that day, who has since gone on to frank the form, placing in a Grade Two and winning a strong event after that.
Last time out Mrs Milner was a good fourth of 20 runners in a Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle over three miles at Leopardstown.
Having form over a lesser trip makes sure she will handle this race and should be the stamina option at a nice each way.