Dolores will actually be at Wimbledon giving their last preparatory trials to her English Derby hopefuls but Kingo should do her proud in the second heat of the 600.
This fellow ran up the Gain Cesarewitch to Definate Opinion and was most impressive last weekend when running out a very easy winner from General Dogsbody.
Kingo could be put to full stretch by Fahy's Tyrur Carey but he has the inside line to the bend and that could be decisive.
Fahy can then strike with Tyrur Domingo and Tyrur O Gorman in the third and fourth heats. Domingo performed magnificently last week to win after losing considerable ground in running and if he can get a good start then he should post a very fast time.
O Gorman loves the long run up and can open a winning lead over Fatboyz Tyson and Helmet Boy. The other heat should see Cork Oaks finalist Lady Lucielle confirm the huge promise of her first round victory.
Also on the excellent Shelbourne card are the heats of the Healthcare & Transport Services Puppy Oaks and the Larry Dunne Open 525 and the star attraction will be the clash of Owen McKenna's Laurels runner-up Tubbertelly Dubh, Graham Holland's National Record holder Leeview Jet and Mossie O'Connor's National Puppy Stake winner Deerfield Music in the final heat of the Dunne event.
A massive weekend for the greyhound game will come to a thrilling conclusion with another excellent card at Clonmel tomorrow where the final of the Red Mills Produce Stakes is the headliner.
The vote is for Colourful Bolt to maintain an unbeaten path through the classic, though a trap five draw is far from ideal.
It's as simple as this, if he leads to the bend he should win and complete a remarkable double for owner Steve Locke and trainer Mick Delahunty. They won this classic two years ago with Dukes Special and he, too, was unbeaten to the final where he wore the orange jacket to glory. There is a mighty supporting card at Clonmel with such stars as Definate Opinion, Carlows Pride, Farloe Force and Piercestown Sand the selections to win the open contests.