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14 Aug 2022

Watchman’s ‘Probably’ on course

Probably will aim to give trainer David Wachman his second winner of the prestigious Keeneland Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh this Sunday when he lines up among nine runners in the Group 1 contest.

Probably will aim to give trainer David Wachman his second winner of the prestigious Keeneland Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh this Sunday when he lines up among nine runners in the Group 1 contest.

The recent winner of the Dubai Duty Free Railway Stakes will face tough competition from the Aidan O’Brien trained pair of Pedro The Great and Cristoforo Colombo, while recent Goodwood winner Bungle inthejungle is the sole British trained entry.

Famous Name and Born To Sea head a select number of runners in the Group 2 Keeneland Royal Whip Stakes on the same programme, while the John Oxx trained Harasiya is likely to start favourite in the Group 2 Keeneland Debutante Stakes. Definightly trained in Britain by Roger Charlton is one of nine runners in the Group 3 Patrick P O’Leary Memorial Phoenix Sprint, while the home trained team is lead by multiple Group 1 race winner Starspangledbanner, together with Fire Lily and Invincible Ash.

Racing gets under way at 2.20pm. Admission E15 Under 16s Free. Trains to Kildare Town with free shuttle to races and also Dublin Coach service to races

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