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Chance for Bungle Inthejungle to make it three at Dundalk today

Gale Force Ten will also see his first runner in the same contest

Gale Force Ten (7): will see his first runner line up at Dundalk this evening
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With the first leg already down on this year's breeze-up sales circuit, the focus switches back to the racing, with three freshman sires fielding runners in the median auction stakes over the minimum trip at Dundalk (6.00).

Bungle Inthejungle, who has already supplied first-crop winners, is the sire of the favourite Tarrzan, trained by Willie McCreery and to be ridden by Billy Lee. 

Morpheus and Gale Force Ten have an outsider each declared for the same contest, with the latter set to be represented by his first runner. 

Deep House, a son of Morpheus, was a €16,000 yearling purchase for Robbie McNamara and finished ninth on debut at Naas, while Speirling Ophelia, who went unsold as a yearling, while hopefully register as a force for her sire Gale Force Ten.


Fontwell (First race 2.05)

Lingfield (AW) (2.20)

Dundalk (AW) (IRE) (6.00)

Chelmsford (AW) (6.10)

Wetherby - abandoned


Don't miss our new blog with everything you need to know about this year's breeze-up sales

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Read the full story in today's issue

First-season sires with runners

Bungle Inthejungle, Gale Force Ten and Morpheus all have runners in the 5f median auction maiden at Dundalk (6.00). 

Plus 10 races

Dundalk (AW) (IRE) 6.00

What to read

Read James Thomas's comprehensive report from Thursday's Tattersalls Ireland Ascot Breeze-Up Sale.

Final thought 

There will no doubt be concern among buyers and vendors alike for the remaining breeze-up sales this year, after only half of the lots on offer at Thursday's Tattersalls Ireland Ascot Breeze-Up Sale found new owners. 

Bungle Inthejungle, who has already supplied first-crop winners, is the sire of the favourite Tarrzan
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