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Massaman continues fine form for Davison

Massaman and Colin KeaneMassaman and Colin Keane
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The Jack Davison-trained Massaman powered clear inside the final furlong to make it two wins from three starts this season.

Colin Keane produced the 11/8 favourite to dispute at the two pole in the seven furlong contest.

He sent his mount on over a furlong from home and the Mehmas gelding galloped on strongly in the closing stages to post a seven length victory over Rock Etoile

The winner had signed off last year with a victory at Dundalk before scoring on his return at the Curragh. He had chased home Zahee on his latest outing at Leopardstown five days ago.

Davison said:- “He’s been busy but I thought he’d take a bit of whacking today.

“He’s an interesting horse - a big laidback type of fella. He’d half fool you if you let him.

“It’s taken a while to get there but he’s going in the right direction.

“We’ll see how he comes out of this and what the handicapper does. He’s taken his racing very well and hasn’t lost a kilo since he won in the Curragh. He’s run three times in 17 days.”

(Quotes by Alan Magee)

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About Gary Carson
Gary started out as a trainee/assistant journalist with the Sporting Life newspaper and has worked in the racing industry for over 25 years. He has been with the Press Association since 2013 and won the Irish Field Nap Table in 2016. He enjoys working with horses and trained his own horse, Mamaslittlestar, to win a point-to-point in 2019.