DACESA represents top connections and won’t have to be a star to make a winning debut. It’s hard to be too enthusiastic about those who have run and, of the rest of the newcomers, Blueberry Faygo and Tullypole Annie are most interesting but the market will be helpful.
Typically competitive sprint handicap. PAVED PARADISE shaped like a future winner at Navan and should go close while Mi Esperanza and Tuesday’s winner Boughtinthedark are obvious contenders. Son And Sannie is another capable of winning what is an open race.
An interesting race with the 93-rated Na Blianta Beo and the 96-rated PRONOUNCEMENT (NAP) having contested Listed races on their last starts respectively. It’s not just a two-horse race, as Allez Allez Allez has good form and Herons Nest and Majestic Sea are well-bred newcomers to watch out for, but Pronouncement is an exciting sort and sets a good standard.
The well-bred EL PADRE is not from a yard associated with maiden winners but that is neither here nor there after his cracking run on debut. He can get the better of Hightimeyouwon.
A really difficult race to call. Tynamite doesn’t win often enough but should be involved while Knock Flyer looks better than what he has showed and the same can be said of Legendre. A chance is taken on MOUNTAIN FOX, whose Gowran third received a boost with the winner going in again at Roscommon.
A decent maiden with many of the in-form yards featuring. EDWARD HOPPER may have come up a little short at Listed level last time but that was solid form and he wasn’t knocked about once his chance was gone. His previous maiden form is strong, and he gets the nod ahead of Aztec Parade and Line Judge, both having found one too good in maidens last time.
Surely all about SOUL SEARCH. Not at her best in the Irish 1,000 Guineas, that form should still be good enough back in maiden.
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