CRAZYFORLOVINGYOU is fancied to land the Irish Stallion Farms’ EBF Median Auction Maiden at Bellewstown tonight.
David Wachman’s filly ran with plenty of promise on her seasonal debut at Listowel last month and should now be primed to strike.
The daughter of Arch ran too freely for her own good on that occasion and wasn’t knocked about in the closing stages when her winning chance was gone.
In the end she was beaten about two lengths into fifth behind Blaze Brightly, in a race which has been working out quite nicely. The fourth and sixth respectively, Spelterini and Ladytown, have both won in the meantime.
Slade, half a length runner-up behind another Wachman inmate, Rockymountainhigh, at Down Royal rates the main danger.
If Tony Martin’s Salute Him puts his best foot forward then he’s capable of making short work of the opposition in the Seamus Murphy Balbriggan Retail Park Race.
The seven-year-old is greatly favoured by the conditions of the contest and a reproduction of his recent effort when fourth behind hot-pot Rainbow Peak at Royal Ascot will be good enough.
Thomond O’Mara’s Pimlico Sound has solid claims in the Backstone Motors Renault Handicap. He’s been given a real chance by the handicapper, having gone up just 4lbs for scoring by three and a half lengths at Down Royal.
Our Soiree, who stayed on strongly at the end of two and a half miles behind Campbonnais at Listowel, should relish the three miles of the Bellewstown Golfcourse Handicap.
At Limerick tomorrow, Eoin Doyle’s in-form The Fonze can provide the answer to the Adare Festival Weekend Hurdle.
He’s in terrific shape right now, as evidenced by his half a length defeat of the 11lbs receiving Auenschutze at Down Royal.
Michael Hourigan has possibilities of a double with Warcraft and Turf War. Warcraft jumped for fun when scoring at Clonmel and gets the nod in the Greenmount Annual Members’ Novice Chase.
Granted a clear round, Turf War has to go close in the 22nd July Twilight Racing Beginners Chase. He was returning from a break when fourth to Tribes And Banner at Tipperary and is entitled to come on plenty for that.
At Bellewstown tomorrow, Gordon Elliott’s Steps To Freedom can win the McLoughlin Oil Bumper.
He was well touted, prior to his debut at Tipperary, and didn’t disappoint, coasting home six lengths to the good.
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