8:30PM – Kempton
PICUAL has been installed as second favourite for this six-runner handicap on the all-weather over a trip just shy of 1m3f. The Lope De Vega filly was a determined handicap debut winner at Nottingham before a luckless third at Sandown subsequently – she was slowly away prior to suffered significant traffic issues – and can be upgraded from that effort. A return to this surface should hold no fears after showing plenty of all-weather ability in a pair of maidens last term and a strong winning challenge is anticipated here.
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5:30PM – Punchestown
SOILSE has been a non-runner on multiple occasions this season. One can assume connections have been waiting for a suitable opportunity to make a winning handicap debut. She could make a has shown signs of ability in a trio of maidens, including twice at Curragh. The daughter of Teofilo is bred to be significantly better than a handicapper rated just 64, with this an ideal opportunity to show more than when tenderly ridder at Gowran Park in May. Any market support may be a telling move.