Timeform pick out the three best bets at the Curragh on Saturday.
"This looks another good opportunity for him and he should prove hard to beat..."
Timeform on Broome
Lustown Baba scored twice here towards the end of last year, proving herself a smart filly when winning in heavy ground in October, and should strip fitter for her reappearance at Cork earlier this month, so she gets the nod in a wide-open Group 3. Last year's winner Lancaster House is another obvious player and Speak in Colours can't be discounted.
Broome was beaten less than a length in the Derby in 2019, and remains relatively lightly raced for a five-year-old. He looked as good as ever when making a winning reappearance in a listed event at Naas last month, leading two furlongs out and having plenty in hand at the line. This looks another good opportunity for him and he should prove hard to beat under Ryan Moore.
Lots of improvers in a potentially useful maiden, not least Aidan O'Brien's Eternal Flame who shaped with bags of promise when fourth on his debut at Tipperary last autumn and is a brother to dual 1000 Guineas winner Winter no less. His stable companion Wordsworth is another highly promising colt who is sure to go well too, with Jessica Harrington's Theory of Music an eye-catching newcomer. .
Eternal Flame - 15:45 Curragh
5 - Aidan O'Brien's number of winners in past 8 runnings
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