Who To Follow At The Curragh On Sunday - 23/07/23

James Mackie | @JMackieRacing

Trainer To Follow - Johnny Murtagh

Johnny Murtagh has a handful of nice chances across Sunday afternoon at the Curragh starting in the opener with debutant Prime Art who is a well bred daughter of Churchill.

Murtagh then fields another newcomer in the next event with She's Scintillating being A daughter of Sioux Nation.

One of the trainers best chances of the afternoon comes in the 1m2f Handicap with Take Heart making his debut in this sphere and is bred to get the distance.

In the Group Three event over 1m1f the unbeaten Cadeau Belle is looking to make it a hat-trick of wins stepping up in grade.

Murtagh's final runner of the afternoon comes in the lucky last with Mere Accountant looking to bounce back to form and can do off a handy weight.

Jockey To Follow - Shane Foley

Shane Foley has some lovely rides up and down the card at the Curragh on Sunday starting in the opener on newcomer Camelot Alexander who makes her debut for Jessica Harrington.

Foley teams up with Harrington again in the next with Limoncello Lady who also is making her first career start for the yard.

The rider then teams up with Adrian McGuinness on Real Appeal who makes big appeal in the Group Two Minstrel Stakes over 7f.

In the Handicap over 1m2f Foley rides Angelic Appeal who steps into handicap company for the first time and she could be well handicapped off 76.

One of his best rides of the day comes in the Group Three over 9f with Village Voice looking to get to the form she showed before Royal Ascot and can do that down in trip.

Polar Bear is another with a chance in the 5f dash, also dropping back in trip on his preferred soft ground making him one to folloiw.

Foley finishes the afternoon by riding debutant Hardpoint in the 1m4f Maiden.