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Formscan By Eamonn Murphy - Achillion is immediately eye-catching as a son of the 2003 Irish Oaks heroine, Vintage Tipple. Eddie Harty has booked Katie Walsh for the Cape Cross gelding but this will be a demanding ask on this ground for his racecourse bow. Sizing Tennessee obviously has every chance and the betting should reveal plenty with regard to his chance. A similar comment applies to Time Please. REDUNDANT MAN is progressing well with experience and he could well be poised to strike now. In an Irish Field stable tour back in September, the following was said of Redundant Man: "He was just a bit backward last year so we left him off but he has come back a lot stronger this year. I'd say he'll want a good cut in the ground and as he jumps so well we might just start him off in a point-to-point before we let him take his chance in a bumper. He has always shown plenty." After a close second placing behind the gambled-on O Maonlai here, three weeks back, Redundant Man could be hard to beat now.
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An I.N.H. flat race for four yrs old only that have not won a *race
Weights - An I.N.H. flat race for four yrs old only that have not won a *race
Allowances - 11st 9lb; Fillies allowed 7lb
Probable SP 5/2 Redundant Man, 3/1 Time Please, 4/1 Sizing Tennessee, 10/1 Achillion, 12/1 Isle View, Tara Lass, Katie Cranny, 20/1 Golanedge, 33/1 Barrabehy.
2011 Morning Royalty 4 11-9 Mr P W Mullins 5/4Fav (W P Mullins)
2009 Our Girl Salley 4 11-4 Ms K Walsh 13/8Fav (Mrs Prunella Dobbs)