Racing: FIVE TO FOLLOW
MADE a pleasing debut after a tardy start at the Curragh and confirmed that favourable impression with a solid effort at Naas on Wednesday.
Although no match for odds-on favourite Namaya, Harry Rogers' charge stuck to her task under Michael Kinane, running on well to fill the runner-up berth.
Beaten two lengths, she finished three clear of the remainder and looks a nailed-on maiden winner soon. Might appreciate a step-up to seven furlongs.
KEVIN Prendergast-trained filly which improved on her debut run to finish second to An tadh at Roscommon on Tuesday.
Kept going well to snatch the runner-up spot although, probably no star, should be capable of further improvement. Runs in the opening maiden at Sligo tomorrow and should prove hard to beat.
SUCCESSFUL twice in France last year and out of her depth in Group company on her Irish debut, ran a solid race behind Premier Dane at Naas on Saturday. …