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WEEKEND PREVIEW: Lisronagh (Saturday)

WEEKEND PREVIEW: Lisronagh (Saturday)

 Race 1: Tattersalls Ireland Cheltenham Ascot Sales 4yo Maiden

TANRUDY looks to be a progressive type, just finding one too good last time out when encountering the very classy looking Angels Breath at Moira two weeks ago. Master Thyne ran well for a long time on debut and will surely come on from that run. Uptown Harry finished third on debut behind the impressive Andy Dufresne and on that form is worth noting.   

Race 2: Camas Park & Summerhill Stud 5yo Geldings Maiden
 
OLD RASCALS blotted his copy book by running out last time, but if you can forgive that mishap, on his debut run he should be very competitive here. Robin Du Roi looks to be an improving type and is getting closer on each occasion. Stable companion Out The Glen has been third on his two previous attempts and should be well up to this task. Donatello Mail is another to take note of. 
 
Race 3: Kenilworth House Stud 5&6yo Mares Maiden
 
ASKING A LOT posted a good third behind the impressive Sinoria at Borris in March and should have a race of this nature well within her ability. The Robert Tyner-trained Carrigmorrna Wood returns to the pointing field after a fifth placed effort in the mares point-to-point bumper at Cork over Easter and was previously second in a similar contest to this at Cragmore in February. Of the remainder, Timetochill has shown promise in the past and could go close here. 
 
Race 4: Hotel Minella & Skehanagh Stables 6yo Geldings Maiden
 
DUBAI DANDY has hit the cross bar on his last two outings and could go one better here. Arch Melody has shown promise in the past and was still in the mix when brought down last time out at Stradbally. Definite Plan seems to enjoy better ground and if the underfoot conditions are in his favour could be right there at the end. 
 
Race 5: Kirbys Pharmacy, Pat Doyle & ITM Ladies Open
 
MINELLA FOR VALUE returned to winning ways at Rathcannon last time out and should have the measure of his rivals here. Stable companion Fennos Storm has been running some big races in hunter chase company and whichever of that pair represent the Declan Queally yard in this would have to be followed. There was only a neck separating Drawn N Drank and Coolnagorna Giggs when they clashed at Ballyragget whilst Sir Des Champs got very close last time out, just going down by a length in the end and has every chance to go one better here. 

Race 6: Connollys Red Mills 7yo Maiden (Nov Rdrs)
 
GLORIOUS BORU finished second on his penultimate start and looked to be on course for the same position last time out at Inch before tipping up at the final fence. This looks a winnable heat for the Denis Ahern-trained seven-year-old. Coach Road has been in the money on three occasions this season and could go close here once again. Another one with some good form this season is Major Milan. 
 

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