Gowran Park, September 17th

(D.K. Weld)

This juvenile returned from over two months off to finish a creditable fifth in a fillies’ maiden over a mile last Saturday when she was beaten by less than three lengths.

She gives the impression that she can progress further from here and it wouldn’t be any surprise if she were to pick up a maiden before the end of the season.

Squire Danagher

Gowran Park, September 17th

(A. Oliver)

This Australia colt made a bright start to his career when taking third in a maiden won by Mister Mister last weekend.

He came from off the pace to put in some good late work over the last furlong and a half and looks a nice prospect for the remainder of the turf season.


Fairyhouse, September 19th

(W. McCreery)

She went off at 50/1 for her debut on Monday but shaped quite nicely to finish sixth in a maiden won by Queens Command.

Over the course of the last furlong, she finished out her race in pleasing fashion and the benefit of this initial effort should make her a contender in a similar maiden over the coming weeks.

Man O Work

Listowel, September 19th

(P. Fahey)

He progressed into a useful juvenile hurdler last season and looked just as good on his return on Monday when he finished an honourable second in the Lartigue Hurdle.

He probably ran better than the bare result suggests and this showing would indicate that a decent prize can come his way this season.

One Of These Days

Listowel, September 22nd

(W.P. Mullins)

A rare juvenile runner for the champion National Hunt trainer, this Awtaad gelding made a pleasing debut in the maiden won by Lark In The Morning.

He put in some decent late work to be beaten by four and a half lengths into fourth and looks as though he will be all the better for this outing. A similar race could well come his way in the autumn.