Some of Ireland’s leading two-year-olds are set to line up at the Curragh this Saturday, following the entry and final forfeit stage, which were published this morning.
The O’Brien family will have a very strong representation in the Galileo EBF Futurity Stakes. Hans Andersen, Tower Of London, and Aesop’ Fables are among the entries for Aidan O’Brien, while son Donnacha is set to run his recent Tyros Stakes winner Proud and Regal.
Joseph O’Brien has five contenders for the Group 2 contest, including Madly Truly, Lakota Seven and Goa Gajah.
The 15 entries also include Young Ireland and Fleetfoot, trained by Jim Bolger, who landed the race with Mac Swiney in 2020.
The unbeaten Meditate and the recent Silver Flash Stakes winner Never Ending Story, are among the 18 entries in the Alpha Centauri Debutante Stakes.
Other notable contenders include the Joseph O'Brien trained trio of Caroline Street, Thornbrook and Vernet, the Jim Bolger-trained Gan Teorainn, Paddy Twomey's Shelton and the Michael O’Callaghan-trained Olivia Maralda. British raiders include Ferrari Queen, trained by Mark and Charlie Johnston and the David Loughnane trained Queen Olly.
There are 28 entries in the Join Racing TV for €12 Maiden, 16 in the Neville O’Byrne Memorial EBF Handicap, 22 entries in the Sheehy Motors Skoda Maiden, 26 entries in the William Fry Neville O’Byrne Tribute Maiden, 33 entries in the AK Bets Compare Our Prices Handicap and 27 in the opening Coolmore Arizona EBF Maiden.