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PREVIEW | Carberry (F) at Inchydoney - Sunday

Race 1 - Dunmore House Hotel 4yo Maiden

IHANDAYA finished fifth in a strong looking Lisronagh maiden back in February that would leave him as the one to beat from the 11 horses entered in this with previous form. Littlefoot also made the frame for his initial outing which came at Stowlin earlier this month and if bypassing a potential engagement in an auction maiden at Ballingarry on Saturday to come here he would rank as the main danger.

Race 2 - Chris McCarthy Green Build Ltd 5yo Geldings Maiden

REAL REWARDS took a notable step forward at Dromahane three weeks ago when he stayed-on powerfully to get within a neck of Master Splinter. If he was to come here in that form once again he may just have the measure of Lucky Zebo who had been unable to get closer than his Lisronagh debut when re-appearing at Stowlin.

Race 3 - Clogheen Homes Winner Of One

INCHIDALY COPPER was a deserving winner at Dawstown three weeks ago following a number of promising efforts following the switch to the pointing fields and he could certainly double his tally in this. The Liscarroll winner General Ryan was only beaten by lengths in a bunched finish to the winners race on that same card and can enter the mix here alongside Peggy Gordon.

Race 4 - Fernhill House Hotel & Gardens 5yo Mares Maiden

LITTLETWINKLESTAR would likely have gone close on her debut had she not come down at the last in Stowlin and her connections could have found an ideal race here for her to open her account. Granny Lowrie was disqualified after winning a KIlbeggan maiden hurdle two summers ago and is the obvious danger if bouncing back to the form that she showed in either that run or her when second in a Limerick bumper, whilst Conors Gift is not usually far away and has place claims once again.

Race 5 - Clonakilty Food Company Open

The title chasing SOME MAN easily brushed aside both Rose Of Coolbally and It Came To Pass at Ballindenisk last Sunday and should have little difficulty confirming that form once again to seal the champion point-to-point horse title with what would be win number seven of the season for the nine-year-old.

Race 6 - Springmount Stud 6yo Geldings Maiden

LOCAL ROGUE has chased home horses such as the Cheltenham Festival winner Corach Rambler and the recent open scorer First Preference among the seven placed finishes that he has to his name from a total of eight starts in this sphere. He return from a long absence at Largy when far from disgraced and should go close once again. Vermout Fougeray could line-up in this race for the fourth time since 2017 and was unlucky not top open his account in the 2018 renewal. He is a lightly-raced 13-year-old that targets this time of the year and he is not without his chances once again alongside Tojan Five, Sizing Diamond and the luckless Kos.

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