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Jessica Harrington’s DREAM OASIS is open to further progress on just her third start. She has made huge progress since here debut in Cork.
Plenty in with chances, but THAT’S MAD is taken to make amends after not getting the rub of the green here a fortnight ago. Tide Of Time has plenty in his favour and probably would have got the nod if there was an ease in the ground. Rosie Bassett could run well at a price, while Art Of Unity has been showing some very encouraging signs on his first two starts of the season.
In a race where plenty appear pretty exposed, recent Leopardstown winner SASVANA gets the nod to double her tally. She’s proven on decent ground and seems open to more improvement than most. Faraah is no back number after a messy start at Sligo earlier in the week, while It’s All A Joke fired a warning shot last time and wouldn’t be winning out of turn on his recent form.
A few of these have chances, including War Hero, who is very well handicapped on some of his form, despite having not won on turf and Tai Sing Yeh who should appreciate a return to quicker ground. However, a chance is taken on WINDHAM BELLE, who posted a promising effort at Gowran last week and looks on a good mark at present.
This could hardly be more competitive with the majority of the field arriving in decent form. The tentative vote goes the way of STAR HARBOUR, who was impressive in his win at Navan on his first run since a gelding procedure and may have more to offer at this new trip.
Snowy Owl ran well in a similarly competitive event last week and should be thereabouts off the same mark and any support for handicap debutant Safari Quest is worth noting for an in-form yard.
An interesting affair in which a chance is taken on MARTINIQUE (NAP) being ahead of the assessor, open to further improvement and likely to be suited to this assignment. Solene Lilyette is a filly on the up who needs respecting, while Soaring Sky and Talacre are unexposed three-year-olds who could well have more to offer.
Monday’s winner Duquesa Beach could get an uncontested lead again, but she might need to build on that run to defy her new mark and Lady Georgie may require another career best to defy her penalty for Tuesday’s success. RIGHT TURN is the preferred option on just his fifth career start having posted an eye-catching effort on handicap debut last time.
It was a big run from CAPTAIN ATTRIDGE when chasing home an 83-rated rival on debut and with progress more than likely, he could be the one they all have to beat. Several other improvers lurk, including Sheer Chance who should appreciate the extra furlong here and Jessica Harrington’s See The Love, one who can be expected to progress from her debut.
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