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Curragh

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Albula
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Albula looked like she might be a little bit special on debut. By Galilelo and the first foal out of an Australian Group 3 winner, she was nursed into contention up the outside and went into the lead without too much effort required. She looked a little green when asked to assert herself, but that’s to be expected and we’ll no doubt see an even better filly here. It’s not too often Joseph O’Brien’s 2yo’s win on debut, so it’s certainly worth making a note of them when they do. It’s some vote of confidence from Aidan O’Brien to throw Lullaby in here for her debut and it will be interesting to see what the betting says about her.


I Siyou Baby
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Champers Elysees just doesn’t look like the same filly this year and Shale has done nothing to suggest she should be as short as she is in our opinion. In that case, this is a race which looks ripe for an each-way bet and preference is for another Joseph O’Brien charge in the shape of I Siyou Baby. This 3yo has done nothing but improve recently, getting the hat-trick up at Leopardstown last time. She’s got a fair bit to find on ratings, but she’s more than entitled to have a crack at this and the way she got up late last time out suggests she’ll be suited by this step up in trip.


Ladies Church
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Johnny Murtagh has been having a good time of things recently and Ladies Church could continue that rich vein of form here. After winning her maiden at the second attempt this one was thrown into Listed company and duly obliged. While it doesn’t look the hottest form for the grade, she couldn’t have done it much more impressively, travelling strongly into the race and quickening up nicely late on. She didn’t look for stopping at the line, so the step up to 6f should pose no issues. A big scopey filly by Churchill, she could improve again.


Pretty Boy Floyd
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This is a tough betting heat but Pretty Boy Floyd looks a decent enough each-way selection. This course and distance winner has been in good form this year with a successful raid at Haydock and a second place finish in a valuable handicap here back in May. He just lacked a little bit of speed to get on terms with the winner so back up to 6f could suit here. Ideally there would be a little bit more cut in the ground but he’s a consistent enough type and should run his race again.


Placepot

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Curragh

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Thundering Nights
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It has been a very consistent season so far from Thundering Nights. She has hardly put a foot wrong in her four appearances in the campaign. Joseph O'Brien's filly won the Group One Pretty Polly Stakes back in June. She then finished a close third in the Group One Prix Jean Romanet at Deauville. A return to Irish soil can see her get back into the winner's enclosure in this Group Two Blandford Stakes.


Winter Power
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Winter Power produced a career best performance last month to claim the Group One Nunthorpe Stakes at York, finishing ahead of Dragon Symbol and Suesa. Emaraat Ana was also behind her in second place and she recently won the Sprint Cup at Haydock, boosting the form of the race. Tim Easterby's filly is on the lowest weight in this field due to her fillies' allowance. She can make it a successful trip across the Irish Sea to land her second straight success at this level.


Cairde Go Deo
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After an encouraging debut at Leopardstown (1m), finishing second in a maiden contest, Cairde Go Deo stepped up to get off the mark over this C&D. The daughter of Camelot stretched away from her rivals to score by over four lengths. That run last month is the best performance produced by any of the fillies in this Moyglare Stud Stakes, so she is the most likely to become a Group One winner here.


Point Lonsdale
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This is another chance to see the exciting Point Lonsdale in action. Aidan O'Brien's runner has a 100% record following four appearances. He scored over this C&D when he landed the Group Two Futurity Stakes in impressive style last month. The Australia colt could be at the top of the Ballydoyle two-year-old pecking order. He can win his first Group One contest and continue his progress on the track.


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About Curragh Racecourse

The home of flat racing in Ireland, the Curragh is the venue for the likes of the Irish Guineas, Derby and St Leger meetings. A who’s who of Irish flat racing history have entered the winner’s enclosure at the course, from Nijinsky, to Shergar, to Enable.

Redeveloped in 2017, the experience for racing fans at the Curragh is on the up, and compliments the quality of racing that the course presents well. A fair track, with little in the way of bias, it is perfect for separating the wheat from the chaff.


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