Former Group 1 winner Parish Hall produced the best timefigure with a listed win on the Curragh's card
By Irish Field Contributor on 24 April 2015
Three Irish-trained runners are set to take up places in international races
The emerging Galileo branch of the Sadler’s Wells line was also represented last weekend by Parish Hall, Amralah, and Simba, each of whom was successful in blacktype company and all sired by Teofilo.
The two races run on the same of the track at the Curragh last Sunday (the nine and 10-furlong contests) were both slowly run, especially in the very early stages, so comparing them is tricky.
The Group 3 International Stakes looked a penalty kick for Ebanoran (35-pace adjusted 36) at the Curragh last Sunday.
“And from them that hath not shall be taken away even that which they seemeth to have.”
Inis Meain (39) first came to my attention when running second to Nichols Canyon in a race that I rated good Group 2 class at Saint-Cloud in November.
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