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The Dermot Weld-trained filly RADIYKA looks the pick of these on the basis of her placed efforts at Leopardstown and Galway. Her experience may give her a vital edge over West Coast and Perfect Thunder. Torn should improve from her Navan debut.
This looks open, but it could pay to side with the in-form Harrington team represented by YASHIN, whose Curragh debut was encouraging. World Famous can build on an initial outing which gives him a slight edge over Changingoftheguard who may not be helped by a high draw. That’s a remark which also applies to Dermot Weld’s runner Golden Beach.
Killarney winner ADAMARIS is tipped to follow up. He was making his seasonal debut when fifth at Galway and can reverse the form of that race with Khafaaq. Monzoon arrives here in good form, and Oneiroi appeals on the basis of consistency. A high draw is a negative for last-time-out Gowran winner Oh Purple Reign now back in Gordon Elliott’s care.
Not the easiest race to call with the top-rated Guaranteed returning from over a year on the sidelines. Galway maiden winner SHERKIN ISLAND could be the one to concentrate on and might improve past Dance Jupiter, who hasn’t fired this season, and recent winner Casanova.
With improvement likely from his seasonal debut at Galway CHAMPION GREEN can deliver on the potential he showed last season. The two obvious dangers are Manwal, a 77-rated gelding with solid placed form, and Moracana, a big-priced runner-up on her introduction at Navan.
Everything Ger Lyons and Colin Keane touched over the weekend turned to gold and FLAGGED can maintain the combination’s flying form. She has bumped into some talented sorts since winning her maiden and should be hard to beat here.
One of these days, Harriet’s Force is going to pop up at a decent price, while Shahaada is also interesting. If Uncharted happened to get a run, she would be deserving of respect.
LEABALAND might just awake from his slumber in the first-time cheekpieces. He’s well-handicapped on last season’s form and his Killarney effort was a bit better. Spruce Meadows may not win very often, but should also be on the scene while Evergreen And Red has solid place claims.
This looks even more open than the first division, but Michael Halford could come up trumps with SLIEVE BEARNAGH, who posted an improved effort at Killarney last month. He holds solid claims and may have too much for Barretstown and Reddiac.
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