Fairyhouse expert LILY’S PRINCE (stall 13 of 18) has a fine record at this time of year and can land the 6f Your Clubs Fundraiser At Fairyhouse, Enquire Today Apprentice Handicap (4.40).
GEOFF POTTS (stall 5 of 11) impressed on his debut for Richard Fahey when scoring at Leicester, as he raced prominently into a strong headwind. He was probably unsuited by the drop from 6f to 5f when only fifth at Carlisle next time, though that was a strong race and the seventh, Show Palace, scored at Chester last Saturday.
RAPID RISE (stall 10 of 17) very much caught the eye on his debut for Milton Bradley last month when fifth under a hold-up ride in a 5f handicap at Wolverhampton. It was hard to come from of the pace that day, with the winner (‘made all’), runner-up (‘chased winner’) and fourth (‘chased leaders’) prominent throughout. Third-home Surwaan, best of those ridden patiently, won at Musselburgh next time and was a 16-1 head second at Doncaster this week. Jeany, sixth overall and third best of those to come from off the pace, ran second to Surwaan at Musselburgh next time.