Three horses to follow across tonight's meetings
Three evening meetings follow on from the second day of Royal Ascot with Wexford hosting jumps action in Ireland, while Chelmsford and Ripon provide racing on the Flat in Britain. Here we highlight three horses worth keeping an eye on.
The six-year-old finished a strong second here last month, beating the third-placed Cote Tete by 17 lengths, and looked to have more in the tank so should have no problem moving up tothree miles.
Henry de Bromhead's runners have been going well with 14 of his last 28 finishing in the first three, and the fast ground could give Pallaskenry the edge in this maiden hurdle.
The daughter of Makfi is in fine form after finishing third in the Kilvington Stakes last time out and is looking to add some winning black type in this Listed contest.
She's been handed a crucial inside draw and has looked sharp on the all-weather in five of her last six runs, postinga win and three second places.
Trainer Charlie Fellowes also runs Feathery here, but has indicated that Carolinae is his stronger fancy.
The Oasis Dream filly was a course and distance second last monthwhen facing stiff competitionfrom dual winner Angels, and she can go one better here.
She is the longest traveller of the meeting, clocking up a hefty 428-mile round trip, indicating that trainer Charlie Hills has faith in the three-year-old.
She wasn't disgraced when running in a Listed race at Newmarket last November and could be a class above the rest.
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