Timeform's Irish team suggest three bets on this afternoon's card at the Curragh...
"Dank (15:45) will benefit from the return to this trip, having found 1m an inadequate test at Royal Ascot last time, and she will prove a tough nut to crack..."
The Organ Grinder (14:15) appreciated the step up to 7f when scoring at Limerick, but he shouldn't be inconvenienced by the drop to 6f on this stiff track, particularly with a strong pace likely to ensue. Consequently, he earns a confident vote. In contrast to the selection, Bluebell is likely to find things happening too quickly here, so Fly To The Moon could be the one for the forecast.
Dank (15:45) will benefit from the return to this trip, having found 1m an inadequate test at Royal Ascot last time, and she will prove a tough nut to crack. Fiesolana is on a roll and merits respect, while Caponata is another that will appreciate going back up in distance. However, Dank may have most to fear from Say who ran a blinder in the Pretty Polly here on her latest start.
Abstraction and Johnny Lynch are unexposed sprinters that make plenty of appeal, but given the way Dick Bos (16:45) travels in his races he is well worth a try at the minimum trip, and David O'Meara's charge is worth siding with here. Whozthecat lost no caste in defeat here last time and is also on the shortlist, while In Salutem is yet to run a bad race and is also accorded respect.
Timeform Irish SmartPlays:
All at the Curragh
Back The Organ Grinder in the 14:15
Back Dank in the 15:45
Back Dick Bos in the 16:45
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