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Limerick Student Races

  • 16-04-2015 11:44am
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    Alright lads, a couple of mates done up a preview for the Limerick Races here:
    Mulkeyya comes from the inform combination of Dermot Weld and Pat Smullen. She was unraced as a 2 year old. She came 2nd on his debut back in March at the Curragh behind The Warrior. The form of that race is good but not great. He is sure to come on from that run and could go 1 better. CORAIL ran twice last season as a two year old. Came 6th first time up to a fair sort and on her 2nd run he showed a fair bit of ability. She ran Devonshire to a half a length 2nd. The winner of that race is now rated 17 lbs higher. Of the others the unraced Out of Context is one to keep an eye on for the future. She is well bred but I think she’ll come on for the run and a step up in trip. Mulkeyya has the advantage of a recent run over Corail and is the one to beat but 4/6 is no value. Corail has the best form in the race and at 9/4 is much better value.

    Selection: Corail 9/4

    THE HAPPY PRINCE turned in a very pleasing effort on debut, leading up a large field in a very 7f Curragh maiden and keeping on for fifth at the road. Aidan O'Brien's colt ought to improve for that initial expertise, additionally as for having a winter break, and appears the foremost possible winner on his seasonal bow. although Mutadhamen, who represents a stable going great guns at present, is the one expected to put up most resistance.

    Selection : The Happy Prince 6/5

    JACKEMIL hasn’t won for 2 years but has won 3 races on soft ground in the past over this trip. The race conditions are sure to suit. Ran a decent race first time up this season, stayed on well from the back of the field to get 7th at Cork. With that run under her belt she could be poised to run a big race off a rating 19 lbs lower than its last win. Enter the Red is another horse I like in here. He always runs into the frame. He has been 2nd on its last two starts and is sure to run another good race.

    Selection: JACKEMIL 12/1

    A 2lb drop for completing third in a stronger race at Leopardstown in October allows LAVINIAD for improvement and she is a peril to all now dropped in grade. The most worthy danger here has to be Salariaq, another coming back from a nonappearance, who improved between runs last term and begins life in handicaps off a workable opening mark

    Selection: LAVINAD @ 7/4

    KATIE T landed the BoylesSports Hurdle at Leopardstown when last sighted and is of serious interest now reverting to the level on a 62lb lower Flat rating. She appears to have improved plenty since striking over 1m4f on her last start in this sphere and is expected to take plenty of beating. Hat-trick seeker Dancingwithangels runs under a penalty for her recent Gowran victory and is the main danger ahead of Prince Kup, who went close over hurdles on his first run for Edward O'Grady and has some useful Flat form to his name in France.

    Selection: KATIE T @ 7/4 Best Bet of the Day
    John Oxx representative AWESOME STAR, who wears a first-time tongue-tie, posted two solid maiden efforts over 1m2f and 1m4f last season and is expected to give a good account over this intermediate distance on his return. Ceylon was a model of consistency in 2014 and should be effective under these conditions, though a bigger danger may be the returning Kaleefa, who is unexposed over this trip and represents an in-form stable.

    Selection : Awesome Star @ 11/4

    VILMAN got on top late in the day when scoring over 1m1f at Tipperary in October and is expected to relish this stiffer test if fully wound up for his seasonal return. Magic Of Christmas is entitled to strip fitter for his reappearance run at Cork earlier in the month, though he doesn't make the same sort of appeal as the selection over this longer trip. King Christophe has offered hints he will stay middle-distances but he has an absence to overcome.

    Selection : Vilman @ 4/5