1.45 Tally Ho Stud Irish EBF Fillies Maiden 6f

With Donnacha O’Brien having made a bright start with his juveniles, it may pay to take a chance with Mysteries on her racecourse debut. The daughter of No Nay Never is related to a two-year-old winner in Britain.

Previous experience cannot be underestimated in a race such as this, so Naas third Back Down Under has to be considered.


Next Best: Back Down Under

2.15 Barberstown Castle Irish EBF Fillies & Mares Handicap 6f

Queen’s Pardon can record a second course and distance win this season. Successful on her reappearance here in March, the Eddie and Patrick Harty-trained filly ran very well over slightly shorter at Navan last time.

Craft Irish hinted at a return to form when staying on well to finish second at Naas last time. She looks a serious danger from a potentially favourable draw.


Next Best: Craft Irish

3.15 Lanwades Stud Stakes (Group 2) (Fillies & Mares) 1m

Insinuendo should be spot on for this assignment having run well in a stronger race last time. Willie McCreery’s mare is high class on her day and looks the one to beat.

Honey Girl, who has won both starts over 7f this season for Joseph O’Brien, will be a real threat if proving as effective over a mile.


Next Best: Honey Girl

4.25 Heider Family Stables Gallinule Stakes (Group 3) 1m 2f

Pivotal Trigger impressed when winning his maiden at Galway last July, before going on to finish third in Group 3 company at ParisLongchamp. Although beaten at the highest level on his final start, he is worth chancing on seasonal return.

Drumroll was unraced as a juvenile but has looked smart on two starts this term. He is unexposed and open to further improvement.


Next Best: Drumroll

4.55 Barberstown Castle Irish EBF Fillies Maiden 1m 2f

Star Galaxy was very weak in the market on her reappearance when finding the heavy ground all against her at Leopardstown. A reproduction of her debut effort at that same track would make her very hard to beat.

Esquiline finished a place behind the Joseph O’Brien filly on debut so shouldn’t be too far away.


Next Best: Esquiline

5.25 Download The App At Novibet Handicap 1m 6f

Newfoundland had looked a potentially smart prospect for Aidan O’Brien last season and did little to dispel that belief when running well on his debut for new connections recently. It is surely significant that Ryan Moore takes the ride.

Zanndabad is interesting on his return to the flat as but for poor jumping he could have been a very decent juvenile hurdler last season.


Next Best: Zanndabad