One horse, jockey and trainer to follow on Saturday at The Curragh

Horse To Follow - Fancy Blue

The big race of the day is the Irish 1000 Guineas and Fancy Blue for youngster Donnacha O'Brien will be looking to give the new trainer his first black type success.

Having been with his father Aidan for the first two runs of her career, Fancy Blue is currently unbeaten winning over seven furlongs at Naas on good ground and backing that up over course and distance at the Curragh.

It looks a weak renewal this year, we don't see her outside of the frame in her search for a hat-trick.

Trainer To Follow - Joseph O'Brien

Joseph O'Brien has now established himself as one of the top dual trainers in the sport and to get his flat season going he has some nice runners on Saturday.

Although O'Brien before Friday is yet to have a winner since the resumption of racing he has some really nice chances on Saturday.

In the first race of the day he fields Pasley who Having had a successful season over hurdles with three seconds and a third in his four runs during the winter, now back with no obstacles to jump he could be overpriced.

Another horse we think could break he duck is Speak In Colours with the four year old performing to a decent standard in tougher races than the Group Three he is entered in and having won on both soft and good ground at the Curragh gives him a big advantage.

Jockey To Follow - Charlie O'Dwyer

Charlie O'Dwyer is a 10 pound claimer that only has one ride at the Curragh tomorrow and we believe he can make that count sitting on Jon Ess.

The six year old gelding leaves everything on the track, especially in big fielded contests like this.

He is a very versatile horse racing frequently on the all weather and also turf and he has shown his best performances on quick ground.

He now finds himself on a very attractive turf mark and with the added bonus of a 10 pound claimer on board, he can use that to exploit the handicapper.