This should be CHOICE AND CHANCE‘s race for the taking. She was a close-up third in a hot fillies maiden at the Curragh and the way she shaped there suggests she will have more than enough speed for 6 furlongs.
Any improvement at all on that debut display should see her home here. A better showing from Charmed could be in the offing too, while the Bolger newcomer Artistic Work is respected.
Giorgio Vasari sets the standard, but it’s not a particularly high one.
Quite a bit of the early pace looks to be drawn high, but Lustown Baba can go a good clip and she could give SENDMYLOVETOYOU a nice toe into it.
A solid second on her recent visit to the Curragh, she should have scope for any amount of improvement and she looks destined to play a major part here. Any amount of dangers however, with Royal Canford, Blairmayne and Nullifier feared most of all.
Intriguing fare. GRAMMATA is a hopeful choice at a nice price, with Dickiedooda having to give her weight now, as does Frenetic, who again needs respecting.
Pulsating gives the impression she could have a bit more left in the locker, but at a bigger price JO BINNEY appeals most. She ran far better than her final position suggests at Cork in a race which has worked out well, and now fitter and over this slightly shorter trip, she should be bang there.
Maggie Thunder and Lady Alcazar are others to bear in mind.
Narrowly denied on his recent visit to Fairyhouse, THE COLA KID will be difficult to contain with a similar display. With only five runs under his belt, he is open to vast improvement and quite a few of his rivals here are more than exposed.
Teddy Boy will be a popular alternative and is entitled to be bang there, while Ticks The Boxes and Blastofmagic are others with sound credentials.
The Kingman-bred EDIYVA is a nice prospect and can surely be more progressive than the 102-rated So Wonderful, who now has blinkers. Respect is given too to Truth Prevails.
AMHRAN NA BHFIANN should have the winning of this, for all that the Derby form is clearly a little suspect.
Although there was a lot to like about the run of Zawara here a month ago, with riding arrangements for the Weld team further muddying the waters in a fascinating maiden.
LORD PARK (NAP), out of a Cheshire Oaks winner, should have the winning of this after a superb handicap debut at the Curragh.
He makes plenty of appeal, the main danger likely the resurgent top-weight Mohtarrif.
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