Timeform pick out their three best bets from Curragh on Saturday...
"Dropped down in grade now, he's fancied to resume winning ways."
Timeform on Mustajeer
Mustajeer took his form to another level when finishing fourth in a Group 2 contest at Naas on reappearance last month, looking unlucky not to finish a bit closer than he did. Dropped down in grade now, he's fancied to resume winning ways. I'm So Fancy is the obvious threat, with Theobald making most appeal of the 3-y-os.
An open heat, in which Kerosin is fancied to come out on top. He's been holding his form well at the moment, and considering that a return to this trip will suit him, he can record an overdue success. Several have claims, though, including Bumbasina and Aared, who won here over C&D last time out.
Aydoun is still relatively lightly raced for his age, making just nine starts so far. He has only run respectably on two starts so far, most recently here, but he shaped better than the distance suggested on his reappearance at Clonmel last month, and looks worthy of another chance to get back on track. Rashaan is respected back in this sphere, while All Body And Soul is another to bear in mind.