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Weekend Preview | Lisronagh

Weekend Preview | Lisronagh

Race 1: Goffs 4yo Mares Maiden

The luckless METHODTOTHEMADNESS is certainly deserving of a change in fortunes, as she came down in the closing stages at both Monksgrange and Necarne last season, having shown very promising signs.

She was upsides Robin Des Sivola when the pair exited at the last at Necarne, and with Robin Des Sivola having already won the opening race in this division at Toomebridge, that is a big boost, whilst the stable is in red hot form. Takingitallin, Subtle Quest and Honest Opinion are among the likely dangers.

Race 2: Tattersalls Ireland Cheltenham 4yo Geldings Maiden

An open-looking race which could see FLAMING GLORY set the benchmark from those horses with previous experience if he could bounce back to the initial promise of his debut third at Dawstown in May.

Fellow Wexford raiser Overnightsensation has disappointed at both Bartlemy and Moira, but he has shown a liking for this course having run his best race to date when third around here in the spring. The market will give the best guide to the newcomers.

Race 3: Mikey Ryans Bar & Kitchen 5yo Mares Maiden

The Mark Fagan-trained KALETTO took a big step forward on her return to action at The Pigeons last month when only going down by a narrow margin to the previously placed Maliboo. Compensation could well await for her here.

The quick returning Gold Time made some costly errors at Damma House last Sunday before staying on well and she is the obvious danger, whilst Bythebogofcats was running well at Dowth Hall a fortnight ago before coming down at the third-last.

Race 4: Sherry Fitzgerald Country Homes 5yo Geldings Maiden

OPERATION OVERLOAD is a well-related individual who will surely be of interest here as he could make his debut in the colours of JP McManus for handler Enda Bolger.

It is a wide-open race with the likes of Plan Of Escape needing to put two non-completions as a beaten favourite behind him and the unlucky Stradbally final-fence faller Steelers Appeal having finished tailed off at Tramore. He has switched yards over the summer.

Race 5: Athassel House Stud & Thomastown Castle Training Stables Mares Open

Two of the top mares from the opening month of the season could cross paths here with BLOODSTREAM and Longhouse Music out to supplement early success this term. The former was electric on good ground at Loughbrickland on her return to action and will be out to go one better than her second in this race 12 months ago.

Summons To Court came up against a smart type at Tinahely, but was impressive at Moira, whilst Twilight Shadow is a former Downpatrick maiden hurdle winner.

Race 6: Hotel Minella 6yo+ Maiden (Nov Rdrs)

MY FOREVER FRIEND was unlucky at Damma House last Sunday and will be out to gain compensation here. He will have the advantage of recent race fitness over Bunninadden, who has yet to finish outside of the first four in four completed runs between the flags, including narrow defeats at both Stradbally and Inchydoney.

A big run can be expected on his reappearance. Spivey Cove has the edge over the twice-placed Ted on their run at Ballingarry, and they would seem to be next best.
 


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