SANUS PER AQUAM, winner of both his starts and at the head of the market for the Qipco 2,000 Guineas, has the chance to confirm the big impression he made when winning over course and distance last month.
ALICE Springs, successful on her debut at the Curragh on Irish Derby weekend, represents Aidan O'Brien who has sent four winners of the Group 3 Jockey Club of Turkey Silver Flash Stakes in the past six years.
SANUS Per Aquam, winner of both his starts and at the head of the market for the 2,000 Guineas, has the chance to confirm the big impression he has made so far in the Group 3 Japanese Racing Association Tyros Stakes at Leopardstown on Thursday evening.
GLENEAGLES has had a hard season which he will need to overcome to win his Duel On The Downs, according to the trainer of his major rival Solow.
BRIAN TOOMEY, the jockey who was dead for six seconds following a horror fall at Perth two years ago, pulled up his mount on his comeback at Southwell on Sunday.
TRAINER Sabrina Harty has a knack of coaxing improvement from horses aged four and older. She can provide another example of her skill in this area with the five-year-old Breathe Easy (6.20) in a mile handicap at Leopardstown this evening.
JOCKEY Connor Beasley is reported to be "sore and groggy" after undergoing surgery on a fractured skull following a fall at Wolverhampton on Tuesday.
DISRUPTION at Dover is being monitored but Clive Cox hopes the only strike he encounters this weekend is by Kodi Bear against a tough local challenge in the Group 1 Prix Jean Prat at Chantilly on Sunday.
Frankel and Golden Horn both charted different paths to a mark of 130, which are mapped out here.
GOLDEN HORN has become the first British-trained three-year-old since Frankel to earn an official mark of 130.
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