MOTH FLIES HOME: Moth looked good when winning at the Curragh yesterday but needs to be supplemented for the 1000 Guineas.
I was out of form yesterday. The nap Sea Shadow was strong in the market but dropped away tamely.
It was hard not to be taken though by the performance of the winner, Moth, who showed a great turn of pace to win, going away, by 4 1/2 lengths.
Trainer Aidan ‘O Brien said: “We thought she was nice last year but she got beat a few times. She’s able to change gears. It was a slow run race and she came from behind which I imagine wouldn’t have suited. She could go for a trial or head straight to Newmarket for the Guineas. It depends on what happens.”
She would need to be supplemented for the 1000 Guineas.
The final race is a maiden and includes the 11-year-old Abou Ben !
The three at the top of the BETDAQ market all finished runner-up in their sole starts last season.
The safest of the trio would be Spirit Of Concorde who was runner-up to Karatash at Navan and the winner went on to be placed in Listed company. The going was yielding to soft that day and good today.
Jim Bolger’s Miss Ekaterina was second to the long odds-on Betterbetterbetter at Dundalk but the third Sinetta hardly went on to boost the form.
Kalaroa was second at the Curragh but beaten eight lengths in heavy ground.
Spirit Of Concorde (5.25 Gowran Park)
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