Lynam out to hit the heights in Tower

Edward Lynam feels he has no other option than to aim Domingues for tomorrow’s Go And Go Round Tower Stakes at the Curragh.

Edward Lynam feels he has no other option than to aim Domingues for tomorrow’s Go And Go Round Tower Stakes at the Curragh.

The Lady O’Reilly-owned colt has won his last two starts, both at Naas, and is a full-brother to the useful Baltic King.

“He’s in great form, but of course it’s a Group Three, so we’ll find out how good he is,” said County Meath-based Lynam.

“He’s won two races but now he has to go for a Group race, that’s just the way it is in Ireland. However, he’s a typical Danetime – really tough – and hopefully he’ll go well.”

Among the eight rivals to Domingues is the Aidan O’Brien-trained Great Barrier Reef, runner-up to Sir Gerry in the Group Two Gimcrack Stakes at York on what was his racecourse debut.

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