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Likely highly informative. French recruit ICARE ALLEN ticks the boxes, Mark Walsh switching from the promising Brazil, who has plenty to find withPrairie Dancer. The Tide Turns is respected.
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HAUT EN COULEURS won on his only start in France and was a factor in the Grade 1 races he featured in during the spring. He could be hard to beat here if jumping passes the test.
ENVOI ALLEN may have had a respectable sixth of 10 finish in the John Durkan Memorial at Punchestown to Allaho. But, he’s a high-class chaser and can win in this small field.
An open-looking Grade 1. This year’s Royal Bond form may not prove to be the strongest and third-placed Mighty Potter just might need a greater stamina test.
Grangee looked a natural on her hurdles debut and with the ground in her favour could take plenty of beating. But, slight preference is for the least exposed in the field LARGY DEBUT (NAP), who slammed a smart sort at Cork and looks a very classy prospect, albeit as yet unproven on this sort of ground.
A lightly-raced, progressive sort, GET MY DRIFT should have improved from his seasonal debut and is of most interest on handicap bow. Others who should have more to give include Cotteemcavennigoal, Brides Hill and Crowns Major. Last year’s runner-up Sea Ducor is a danger, while Fastorslow also looks to have been targeted at this.
As competitive as ever. SCHOOL BOY HOURS may have become frustrating over fences, but he’s temptingly treated on flashes of his form and there’s a suspicion that he might be best caught fresh.
Lord Royal could be a big player if coming on from Navan (reason to believe that he will), and so too Noble Yeats if blinkers can help him get into a better rhythm. The Bosses Oscar completes the shortlist.
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The eyes are drawn to EMBASSY GARDENS when Willie Mullins always targets this race with a smart one. His four winners in the last decade – including Appreciate It – went on to compete at the highest level.
Market confidence would heighten interest further as Team Mullins should know where they stand with Santonito, their most likely danger. The booking of Derek O’Connor bodes well for newcomer Any Biscuits.
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