Recent O'Brien recruit Crochet can build on last month's debut second
Local trainer Tony Mullins can get punters off to a good start at Gowran Park with Storm Eliza, a filly who ran a big race at huge odds on her debut in a Naas maiden which has worked out well. The Ger Lyons-trained Inflection Point has also shown winning potential, and Dermot Weld's newcomer Manqoosh should be included as a precaution.
Three of the first four in a 7f handicap at the same venue last month clash again in an apprentice handicap over a mile. The Johnny Murtagh-trained fourth Insane Bolt could improve enough to make his presence felt in an open contest. Dundalk winner Gatsby Cap, and Grace To Grace, a filly having her first run for Joseph O'Brien, can also feature.
Another recent O'Brien recruit, the former Richard Fahey-trained Crochet, is likely to make a strong bid to go one better in the following mile fillies' handicap following last month's course second over 7f. The much-improved Annie Fior is an obvious danger.
On a day where the main focus will be on stablemate Skitter Scatter at Newmarket, John Oxx's Listed-placed colt Could Be King looks to be banker material in a mile conditions race. Who's Steph has by far the best credentials for the feature Listed contest by virtue of her Group 2 second in last season's Blandford Stakes and the same placing in a strong Listed contest at Cork on her seasonal debut.
Jessica Harrington's twice-placed Fancy Feat and the Jim Bolger-trained newcomer Verbalise are suggested as two against the field in the fillies' maiden.
Grace To Grace
Could Be King
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