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It might be a mistake to make too much of the Listed second obtained by TUWAIQ in a four-runner contest at Tipperary. However, his 101 ratings suggests he can master Corviglia, whose Leopardstown win has been franked by the runner-up at the same venue.
A maiden of this standard should be within the range of PUNAKHA, for whom 7 furlongs and good ground would appear to be the right combination. The main danger is probably Tellthemi’mhere, though Harannda may improve with a tongue-tie fitted and Lolly Yeats makes some appeal as a less exposed filly who has shown some promise.
The form of the Galway race in which CHAVAJOD (NAP) finished third has taken on a healthy aspect following wins for the second and fourth. Fit For Function is much better drawn than several others with good claims, such as Eloy D’Amerval, Joupe and Designer Cailin.
A 6lbs penalty may not be enough to anchor JAZZ DREAMERS who won readily over 1m 1f at Tipperary last week. The shorter trip may not trouble him unduly to judge from overall form. There is possibly a little race to be won with Skontonovski judged on his Killarney fifth on his second Irish start.
Dande could go well at a decent price. Recent course and distance winner Cracking Name may struggle to replicate that run from a high draw.
This looks open, but it may be worth taking a chance with STYLISTIC APPROACH – who has had plenty of time to mature since his Gowran maiden win. Bringsty is a lightly raced import with definite potential as a handicapper. Flying Scotsman reverts from hurdling in fine form and is respected despite his likely preference for longer distances.
There was encouragement to be taken from WAJAAHA‘s last run and he appeals as a well-handicapped sort when all falls right. He gets the nod over Theory Of Music, who is better than she showed the last twice, and Bamboo Bay, one with a fair deal of scope to progress but lacks experience. Lady Georgie or Dance Emperor wouldn’t be surprise winners by any means either.
With leading contender Rollet drawn wide, minor preference is for battle-hardened hurdler DUFFLE COAT, given the likely improvement from his Galway return. Magic Word and Coeur Battant have solid enough place claims.
These circumstances could suit CLASSICAL MEMORIES and she gets the nod in an open affair. See The Love shouldn’t be far away if progressing as hoped, while Krypton Gold could be one that finds his feet now upped in trip. Too Bright has solid enough claims too. It will be interesting to see if those who ran at Navan on Saturday turn out quickly again.
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