1m2f Moyglare ”Jewels” Blandford Stakes (Group 2) (Fillies & Mares) (3yo+)
GODDESS looks well worth a go at 4/1 back up at 10f. She looked good last time out and stayed 9f really well, so now in a bit of form she is well up to winning this. Many of her opponents were behind her last time out and the favourite, Tarnawa, though consistent, gets beaten a lot and can get beaten again.
1pt win Goddess @4/1, 13:55 Curragh, Sunday
7f Moyglare Stud Stakes (Group 1) (Fillies) (2yo)
I’m not sure the favourite Albigna has the best form in this race, as she only just got up to beat Precious Moments last time out, and she’s gone on to get stuffed. DAAHYEH looks to have the form that best resembles Group One standard to me, as a Royal Ascot winner who chased home a course record setter in Raffle Prize last time out. Raffle Prize has gone on to place second in a French Group One and was previously a Royal Ascot winner, so that line looks very solid. She’s got a rotten draw in nine and that’s a negative, but the Curragh is a fair track and six of the last ten winners have been drawn eight or higher, which is reassuring.
1pt win Daahyeh @3/1, 15:00 Curragh, Sunday
1m6f Comer Group International Irish St. Leger (Group 1) (3yo+)
This looks a good Irish St Leger, and I like SEARCH FOR A SONG‘s chances as an improving three-year-old filly getting all the weight allowances. Her trainer believes fast ground is exactly what she wants, and she looked a strong stayer last time out at York, albeit at a lesser grade. She’s warm in the market and 12/1 might have underestimated her. Cross Counter and Kew Gardens are Group One horses, so this is no easy task, and I’ll put in a very strong word for the underrated Twilight Payment, who looks quite big at 16/1.
1pt win Search For A Song @12/1, 16:10 Curragh, SundayLeave a comment