A brief lull in the day and, as I haven’t been called up by The Sealed Knot Society to defend Parliament, my mind has inevitably turned to The Irish Question. Elsewhere, The Pharoah of Galway, (one day I shall reveal how he was given that name by a man whose long-dogs were the talk of Sevenhouses), has already expressed an opinion for the Group 3.
However, the truly complicated race at the Curragh is the Irish Cambridgeshire.
The 26-strong field is headed by Ger Lyons’ Psychedelic Funk. Ger won this with Sea Wolf under Colin Keane in 2016, while there are two British challengers in David O’Meara’s Hortzadar and Richard Fahey’s Zap. I can’t be having either of them, as English-trained winners are rarer than hen’s teeth.
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