Group & Listed Action At The Curragh, On Sunday!

Only Mine At The Curragh

There is an excellent card at The Curragh, on Sunday and 2 races really stand out. The G3 Ballylogan Stakes is at 3:55pm (GMT). Here are 3 horses that look to be in with a genuine chance of winning…

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Only Mine (IRE)

Age: 4 (Foaled January 20th, 2013)

Sex: Bay Filly

Breeding: Pour Moi (IRE) – Truly Mine (IRE) (Rock Of Gibraltar (IRE))

Trainer: J G Murphy

Owner: Mrs C C Regalado-Gonzalez

The Rock Of Gibraltar filly beat Washington DC, to win last season’s G3 Lacken Stakes at Naas. Her most-recent outing was on this racecourse, where she finished runner-up to Gordon Lord Byron in the the G2 Greenlands Stakes.

Buying Trouble (USA)

Age: 4 (Foaled February 13th, 2013)

Sex: Bay Filly

Breeding: Hat Trick (JPN) – (Kingmambo (USA))

Trainer: P D Evans

Owner: Mrs I M Folkes

The American filly will be running at The Curragh for the first time. She recently ended a long losing streak by coming out on top in the Listed Cecil Frail Stakes, at Haydock. This will be a much-tougher task, though.

Florida Times (IRE)

Age: 3 (Foaled March 30th, 2014)
Sex: Bay Filly
Breeding: Elzaam (AUS) – Brooklands Time (IRE) (Danetime (IRE))
Trainer: D O’Meara
Owner: Clipper Logistics

The 3-year-old only made her track debut this year, but she’s already shed her maiden tag and was 3rd in the Listed Carnarvon Stakes at Newbury. She looks a progressive sort and punters should watch for market moves on this one!

The following race at The Curragh will be the Listed Silver Stakes (4:25pm GMT) and it should be a terrific encounter. The likes of Laganore, Red Label, Glamorous Approach, Ivanovich Gorbatov and Dermot Weld’s Titus should all be going into the stalls and it should be a close race.

Racing At The Curragh

This is Ireland’s most-important racecourse and the Irish 1,000 Guineas, the Irish 2,000 Guineas, the Irish Derby, the Irish Oaks and the Irish St. Leger are all held here. Of the 12 G1 races that take place in Ireland, each year, 10 will be run at this world-famous venue.

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