Cailin to Cut Loose at Wolverhampton

Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England), January 30, 2017 | Go to article overview

Cailin to Cut Loose at Wolverhampton


COILLTE CAILIN has what it takes to pocket a nice prize at Wolverhampton.

David O'Meara's filly is a fine animal on the all-weather, but she does need things to go her way once the traps rip open.

The daughter of Oratorio is a textbook hold-up performer, and thrives upon the necessity of a truly-run race.

That did not happen over a mile and a quarter at Lingfield last week as she faded meekly on the back of a soporific gallop.

Coillte Cailin finished last of five runners, but that is not a true indication of her worth and she should be given another chance in the 32Red.com EBF Fillies' Handicap over eight and a half furlongs.

Having previously won her last two outings before that Lingfield reverse, she is clearly in good heart.

Coillte Cailin will need to be at her best in a strong race, but the fivetimes Wolverhampton scorer might well prove too streetwise for her six rivals if they go a decent clip.

Party Tiger can win the eight-anda-half-furlong handicap for the Richard Fahey team.

The Fahey-trained three-year-old did really well on his last visit Dunstall Park when he got to within half a length of the in-form Dandy Flame. …

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