This Milan mare is out of an unraced sister to stablemate Jett, who is also a half-sister to Jezki.
She was promising in bumpers and receives 8lb from What Wonders Weave here, so ought to prove hard to beat.
This horse won snugly at Tramore last time out and the handicapper has been pretty fair.
With two last-time-out winners taking him on, he is not as short as I expected, and with his stable having a sensational run, he is worth siding with again.
Paul Nolan makes an approximate round trip of 600km to Downpatrick with one runner, Knot On Time.
This five-year-old was a massive price on his hurdling debut here last time where he ran quite a remarkable race, having looked at one stage like he may be tailed off. He can go one better on Sunday.
When interviewed prior to this one’s handicap debut, Paddy Twomey gave the impression he felt the Siyouni-bred was better than his mark.
Sent off the 11-4 favourite on that occasion, he was trapped wide and travelled well before eventually tiring in the straight behind subsequent winner Centroid.
He is forgiven that effort, and with a tongue tie tried, he is of major interest now.Get your FREE Racing TV Polo Shirt! Click here for more details
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