Timeform identify the three best bets at Galway on Tuesday.
"...a 4 lb rise does not look severe..."
Timeform on Grace To Grace
Dance Jupiter - 16:35 Galway
Dance Jupiter caught the eye on debut for John Kiely last season, losing a lot more ground at the start than he ended up getting beaten by, and he confirmed the promise of that effort when getting off the mark at Cork next time, doing well to overcome the worst of the draw. Dance Jupiter hasn't been seen since that maiden victory in October last season, but he is of obvious interest on his return having moved to Joseph O'Brien's powerhouse stable. There is plenty more to come from this promising, unexposed sort.
Mighty Blue - 18:35 Galway
Mighty Blue was a decisive winner at the Curragh last month, impressing with how smoothly she moved into contention. That two-and-three-quarter-length success off top weight is among the best pieces of form on offer and this lightly-raced four-year-old could have more to offer for Joseph O'Brien, having represented the yard only four times. She gets the vote ahead of Princess Zoe, who bagged two handicaps within the space of five days at the Galway Festival, so is clearly effective at the track.
Grace To Grace - 19:05 Galway
Grace To Grace is in good form at present and was only narrowly denied at Roscommon last time. She swept to the front under two furlongs out but was tackled inside the final furlong and headed on the line. The front pair pulled five lengths clear of subsequent winner El Tren in third, however, so a 4 lb rise does not look severe. She ought to give another good account for Joseph O'Brien, on what is expected to be a successful evening for the trainer.