One horse, jockey and trainer to follow at The Curragh

Horse To Follow - Cayenne Pepper

The favourite for the Group One Irish Oaks on Saturday is the Jessica Harrington trained Cayenne Pepper who looks to have a superb chance.

The yard have been in fine form on the flat since the start of the season and this three year old filly has a very progressive profile.

Having been a smart juvenile landing a hat-trick of wins at the beginning of her career, she then gave a bold showing when stepping up to Group One company for the first time, finishing fourth in the Fillies Mile at Newmarket.

That form has gone on to be franked with Love winning the 1000 Guineas and Epsom Oaks since then.

Cayenne Pepper made a very good return to racing this season with a second behind Magical in the Group One Pretty Polly Stakes and the extra trip at the weekend will suit her well.

Trainer To Follow - Edward Lynam

Edward Lynam is a shrewd trainer that only has the one runner at The Curragh on Saturday and we believe it may pay to follow his filly Romantic Proposal.

She showed plenty of ability last season rounding of the year with back to back wins at Cork and since then the four year old filly has made her seasonal return over seven furlongs at the Curragh and finished a decent sixth in a similar event.

She is another that will benefit for the drop down in trip and it would not be surprise to see her improve from her debut run.

Wayne Lordan rides his filly at the weekend and when they team up together they pose a strike rate of 20%.

Jockey To Follow - Wayne Lordan

Finally, the jockey to follow on Saturday in Ireland is Wayne Lordan is normally the second string rider for Aidan O'Brien but with Seamie Heffernan banned he picks up the best of the rides

Lordan has been in strong form over the past two weeks with 10 wins from 55 rides which sees him pick up a strike rate of 18.18%.

On Saturday he has some really big chances in most the races with his two big chances coming in the first race with Wembley and the Group Two Railway Stakes with Merchants Quay.