16:40 - No Bet


17:10 - No Bet


17:45 - Lil Grey

The first selection of the day from the Curragh is Shelia Lavery's Lil grey in the Listed Curragh Stakes over five furlongs and this juvenile looks very progressive.

This two year old has a great chance in this contest having run four times in her career and only finishing out the top two once, winning one of them.

Two starts ago she put in a good performance in the Albany Stakes at the Royal meeting and from there was a narrow second over six furlongs in another Group 3 and the drop in trip should suit her pace.

18:15 - Southern France

The Group 3 Irish St Leger Trial Stakes comes next over 1 mile 6 furlongs and Southern France for trainer Aidan O'Brien has a big chance if finding his old form.

This four year old has ran to a mixed standard this season but most of the time in defeat to some seriously good horses, especially last time out when fourth in the Goodwood Cup.

He finished behind Stradivarius that day and earlier in the season he was a closer second in the Yorkshire Cup over 1 mile 6f and that is a good form line if getting back to that level.

18:45 - Sir Dragonet

Another Group 3 on the day is the Royal Whip Stakes over 1 mile 2 furlongs and this field is full of some talented horses but by far the one to beat is Sir Dragonet.

This Aidan O'Brien trained three year old has been very lightly raced this season in his first year in racing and on his first two starts he showed what a prospect he can be.

He won a maiden in Ireland and then hacked up at Chester in the Group Three Chester Vase, he then went on to finish a fair fifth in Epsom Derby.

He has been off the track since then with O'Brien prepping him for some races at the end of the season but this should be a routine outing for the colt.

19:15 - No Bet


19:50 - No Bet


20:20 - Stanhope

The final race of the evening sees a six furlong handicap and Stanhope for trainer Damian English can round the day off nicely for us.

He has been in mixed form this season but last time out got off the mark for the first time this season when finishing in a dead heat at Bellewstown.

Wayne Lordan gets the leg up today and he should be able to get the best out of him and now only 1lb higher than his winning mark he has a big chance.