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Another impressive daughter of Authorized wins at Tipperary

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Jasmine D’airy deservedly opened her account as she followed two second placed efforts in the pointing fields by landing the Millenium mares’ point-to-point bumper at Tipperary.
 
The Authorized mare was clearly held in high regard as she was sent off as the short-priced favourite in each of her two outings between the flags, first chasing home Siog Geal at Bellharbour, before finding The Big Westerner two lengths too good at Ballycahane in early March.
 
Switched to point-to-point bumper company, the joint-favourite always travelled comfortably through the race under a confident Derek O’Connor. 
 
One of three horses that broke clear exiting out of the back straight with Klassical Corona and Wyoming Baby, once O’Connor gave a shake of the reins, the pair were swiftly able to open up daylight from that chasing pair, as they ultimately sauntered to a six-length success without having to be asked for maximum effort.
 
The Curraghmore fourth Klassical Corona chased her home in second, with the well-backed Wyoming Baby a further four lengths back in third.
 
I just gave a debrief to the lads there and I told them that she was very babyish, like she had been in her point-to-points.
 
“When the horse tried to go around her there, she tried to do it all in the one go. I think she could be nice.
 
“Everything was comfortable for her, and she quickened well in the straight.”

The geldings equivalent was a much more tightly-run affair with most of the field holding chances entering into the home straight.
 
Entering the final furlong there were still seven runners in contention, but it was Jackstell that repelled all challengers to justify his position as the market leader.
 
Having finished third in two four-year-old maidens during the autumn term for Denis Murphy, he returned from a mid-season break to make a winning first appearance for the formidable Emmet Mullins and Paul Byrne combination.
 
Digging deep, he just held off the staying-on Norr’s Cross by a short head with Mic Drop a further two and a quarter lengths back in third.
 

 

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