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showed up well enough for a long way in what turned out to be an incredibly strong-run race at the Curragh the last day to suggest he will be a good deal more competitive in a contest of this standard. Given that the winner that day, Maneen, ran the fastest furlong-per-furlong time on the entire card – which included the likes of Jet Setting, Fascinating Rock and Beacon Rock – and it just proves what a strong three-year-old race John Feane’s charge was involved in. Being the son of Frozen Power was a winner on the all-weather at Dundalk during the winter, the school of thought is he will be much more at home on tonight’s quicker surface than last time, and even though he has to concede weight away all round, there’s more than a fair chance he will prove equal to the task.
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