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Not many of these arrive in decent form and that gives PIRATE LASS a good chance of breaking her maiden tag. The filly produced a career best at Limerick last month before a solid run in defeat at Roscommon on Tuesday and she should be hard to beat if she’s at that level again. Mulzamm could be the main danger if he builds on his best effort for some time at Gowran last month.
Ger Lyons has his juvenile team in terrific form so his newcomer here Tuwaiq has to be respected. However, it may pay to go with experience here, EUROCRAT being preferred to Mount Fairweather.
Sixth in the Irish 1,000 Guineas, FRIENDLY sets a clear standard here, though her form outside of that run is not far above some of her rivals, notably Rosa Woodsii and Golden Lyric.
Newtown Anner Stud hold a strong hand here with the first-time blinkered Spilt Passion and recent Leopardstown second WINDSOR PASS, the latter looking the stronger stayer at this trip and getting the vote, despite a high draw. Sweet Justice holds plenty of each-way appeal from a low draw.
A moderate affair and very hard to oppose PROVOCATEUSE on the evidence to date. Wait A Little could follow the selection home.
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A tricky puzzle with a host of well handicapped sorts in this and none more so than STANHOPE. He was rated 18lb higher when winning this time last year and he shaped like a return to form was imminent at Navan when last seen. Amazing Emma is an unexposed three-year-old that had excuses last time and Blastofmagic isn’t without claims, despite his poor strike-rate in recent years.
This could be the weaker of the two divisions and NO TROUBLE could be the one to take advantage. He’s only been nudged up 1lb for a narrow defeat at Limerick last time and he’s preferred to stablemate Indignation who is another who ran well last time out. Any support for Lady Barrington would make that one interesting on handicap debut.
Course winner APRILS JOY (nap) posted a career best over hurdles last time and she ought to give a good account back on the level from below her winning handicap mark. There were signs of a return to form for Tenth Amendment last time and similar can be said for the three-year-old filly Fast Celt.
Tips for Bellowstown today
- Horse Racing tips: Through the Sandown card on Friday with Timeform
- Horse Racing tips: A tidy 8/1 shot heads our best bets at Newton Abbot today
- Horse Racing tips: Paul Jacobs value plays for Saturday’s ITV races