14:30 Wednesday

Not much to go on, but I was impressed with how TRULY ENCHANTING put the race to bed at Tipperary in May on her debut run.

She won by three-and-three-quarters at the line, although she did flash her tail.

I’m hoping the experience would have been put to good use, and having recorded a fair time on the softer ground, I think this No Nay Never filly can step forward again for her powerful connections. 

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15:05 Wednesday

Jessie Harrington’s team is in good form, and I think BIRDMAN can uphold the form with Highbury.

Having beat him fair and square on debut, the second and third then faced on to produce a one-two next time out, with Highbury winning by over seven lengths to frank the debut form of Birdman.

Birdman stepped up again on his second run to win a listed race at Navan, with two solid horses in behind.

His sire, Free Eagle, won the Prince Of Wales on good to firm ground.

And, although another step forward is required in this deeper field, he looks the type to keep on improving.

18:15 Wednesday

Aidan O’Brien holds a strong hand in this, but I like the bigger priced CELTIC CHIEFTAIN.

He’s only had the one run, compared to stablemate and current market leader Treasure Isle.

He produced a good display to win on debut, again when the lesser fancied from the yard in the market, and won it cosy at the line.

He would have learnt plenty from that, he produced a fair time and rating, and the experience would have stood him well on the good ground (dry forecast, good or quicker expected).

His trainer as won the race three times in the last nine years, and I expect him to go close.