Who to follow on Sunday at the Curragh - 19/07/20

Horse To Follow - One Voice

The Group Two Kilboy Estate Stakes over 1 mile 1 furlong has one stand out runner for us who has been highly progressive in everything she has done on the track so far.

One Voice for Jessica Harrington has had four starts to date, looking very smart as a juvenile when finishing second on debut at Leopardstown before breaking her maiden tag next time out.

The three year old stepped up to 1 mile 2 furlongs in a Listed event Navan and finished a bold second on her seasonal debut and having improved for that run won the Group Three Blue Wind Stakes.

That looks some of the best form on offer and if continuing to run in the same form will be in the mix.

Trainer To Follow - Simon Crisford

Simon Crisford has just the one runner on the Sunday at The Curragh and is currently in superb form with six winners from his last 17 runners which sees him running at a 35.29% strike rate.

He has bought A'Ali over for the Group Two Sapphire Stakes and this sprinter has some serious form in the book from the last few seasons.

As a juvenile the son of Society Rock was a superstar landing a hat-trick of wins in Group Two company which included the before mentioned Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot, the Prix Robert Papin at Deauville and finally the Flying Childers Stakes at Doncaster.

He finished his two year old career at the Breeders Cup meeting with a tame run and he did not improve on that run on his three year old seasonal debut at Newcastle when obviously needing the run.

The Coral Charge at Sandown showed him back to his best and we think he has a huge chance of landing more Group Two glory in this race.

Jockey To Follow - Colin Keane

Colin Keane is one of the best jockeys competing in the Irish racing scene and he is set to have another decent day on the Sunday with some strong chances.

He has managed to pick up the ride of the British rider A'Ali who is a strong favourite for the Group Two Sapphire Stakes but he also rides Frenetic for his retained trainer Ger Lyons who has a huge chance in another Group Two.

Keane managed to land the Group One Irish 2000 Guineas this season and it would be a surprise if he does not push on from that win and gain more big race wins.