Timeform pick out their three best bets from Dundalk on Friday...
"...she could be worth chancing on her handicap/All-Weather debut, from what looks a workable opening mark."
Timeform on Laura Bullion
Dubai Rainbow found only a smart Ballydoyle prospect too good at Navan last month, only getting worn down well inside the final furlong that day, and she rates by far the most solid option in a maiden claimer full of disappointing sorts. Daubney's Dream probably has a race in him and is feared most ahead of Dream Point.
Laura Bullion ran well in a big-field maiden at Naas a fortnight ago, doing the best of those who raced away from the centre of the course, and she could be worth chancing on her handicap/All-Weather debut, from what looks a workable opening mark. National Guard and Rita Levi have similar profiles and represent powerful connections, so are also considered.
A competitive race of its type wth the narrow vote in favour of Hello Brigette. She has proved consistent following her victory at Leopardstown in June, running creditably in first-time blinkers at the Curragh last month, and she likely has another win in her from this sort of mark. Waitingfortheday and Focus of Attention are others to consider.
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