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IRISH CHAMPION – PREVIEW & TIP
LEOPARDSTOWN 3:20 NASHWA 5/1
Following a disappointing run at Ascot, Aidan O’Brien stated that AUGUSTE RODIN was back in good form.
However, while he won both the English and Irish Derby, I’m skeptical about his chance! After all, he needed every meter in both of those races, and dropping to 10F could be an issue. Also, the son of DEEP IMPACT was a major disappointment in the 2000 Guineas, thus suggesting he’s anything but bombproof.
As for KING OF STEEL, he was only half a length behind AUGUSTE RODIN in the derby. Furthermore, if he had been ridden with more restraint, the son of WOOTTON BASSET might have won that race.
On a positive note, Roger Varian’s colt followed up by winning the Group Two King Edward stakes. Subsequently, a 4.7L 3rd in the King George Stakes was a little disappointing, albeit the way he raced that day suggested that dropping back to 10F would be ideal.
It’s good to see the booking of Frankie Dettori for French raider ONESTO. Fabrice Chappet’s colt was 2nd in this last year, and he made a perfectly reasonable return to the track. To cut a long story short, the 10F is ideal and he should be competitive for a place.
ALFAILA is improving for his talented trainer, it’s just that the four-year-old is up against it today. As for the winner, I’m siding with top-class filly NASHWA.
The 4-year-old should settle better today, and she’s capable of even better. Hollie Doyle taking the ride is a good thing, and according to the assessor (122 + 3), she’s the one they have to beat. Finally, 10F is her favored distance, and this race is going to be run to suit!
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