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Newcomer DALMATIAN COAST is a typically blue-blooded newcomer from his powerful yard and the hint should be taken if there’s confidence behind him in the betting. He’ll need to be pretty useful in order to make a winning debut, though, as Amortentia sets a good standard on the back of promising efforts at Leopardstown and Dundalk. Paris Lights and Silken Ladder are others to consider.
It could be worth giving SUN KING another chance. He’s contested a couple of interesting maidens and was well backed when fluffing his lines at Killarney last time. This extra furlong will suit and it will be disappointing if he doesn’t have races in him. There is more to come from Zuhra, while Olympic Flame heads up a host of intriguing newcomers.
NEW YORK CITY is likely to prove hard to beat back in maiden company having acquitted himself well in the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes at Newmarket recently. He only beat one rival home on that occasion, but he wasn’t beaten at all far and dropping back to the minimum trip will be in his favour. Lopes Gold and Dancing Rebel can do battle for minor honours.
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A number arrive with claims in a competitive big-field maiden with FLORA given the narrow vote. Arguably undone by doing too much too soon when fourth over this trip at Listowel 3 weeks ago, she remains with potential and it would come as no surprise to see her do better again. Six Feet Apart who shaped well on debut, Seattle Creek back in calmer waters and Anner Castle head up the dangers.
The fact STELLIFY boasts just one career success tempers enthusiasm, yet that victory did come over C&D late last year and, given she’s been shaping up quite well of late, she may well be worth chancing to piece it all together under her 10 lb claimer now. Crassus is proving consistent and feared, along with Easily.
RACY LACEY has improved in handicaps the last twice and could still have more to offer after just 5 runs. Chacha Dancer pulled clear of the rest when a good second at Navan last week and is next best ahead of Angel In The Sky and Pike County.
An open handicap and WHAT A FEELING could be the answer if recapturing the pick of her form. Dutch Schaefer is greatly respected under a penalty for last week’s Limerick success, while Florence Thompson and Colonel Slade are others to bear in mind.
Having dropped in the weights, DANDY SPIRIT is back in excellent order and he makes as much appeal as any of these. Curraheen Princess and Amazing Emma are a couple of potential threats.
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