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Ryan Moore will ride Toy at the Juddmonte Irish Oaks on Saturday
By David Jennings, Assistant Editor for Ireland
There were a few surprises from Aidan O’Brien’s camp on Thursday as a final eighth was declared for the Juddmonte Irish Oaks.
The much-anticipated rematch between Emily Upjohn and Tuesday will not take place at the Curragh Classic after O’Brien opted against Tuesday, who will instead take a mid-summer break before returning in the fall.
Rather than teaming up with the Cazoo Oaks winner, Ryan Moore will drive the underdog of O’Brien’s three runners, with his name appearing alongside Toy, a half-sister of four Group 1 winners who has disappointed at her last two races in France.
At 33-1 shot with Paddy Power after the declaration time, she was shortened to 16-1 oz, the jockey bookings were announced. Seamie Heffernan partners with Emily Dickinson while Wayne Lordan joins History.
Of the decision not to run on Tuesday, O’Brien said: “She will now be on a little summer break and be trained for the fall. Arc Trial Day and Irish Champion Stakes Day are going to be happening with us thoughts, something like that.”
When asked if it was a difficult decision not to roll the dice again, O’Brien replied: “It was a difficult decision. Obviously when we rolled them back into the Irish derby we didn’t want to overwhelm them and there is that a lot.” remaining time in the season.”
Epsom runner-up Emily Upjohn, considered by many to be the unlucky one after an early stumble in the Oaks, is the 4-9 favorite with paddy power to give Frankie Dettori a sixth win of the race. That would put him on par with Johnny Murtagh as the most successful driver in Irish Oaks history.
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Magical Lagoon: Winner last time at Royal Ascot
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Ribblesdale winner Magical Lagoon is Emily Upjohn’s biggest threat at 4-1, according to the market, and her trainer Jessica Harrington is double-represented as Curragh’s first winner Fennela will join Magical Lagoon in the lineup. Ger Lyons and Colin Keane, who teamed to win the 2020 Irish Oaks with Even So, are hoping to do the same with Cairde Go Deo looking for the hat-trick.
The Show Of Stars, coached by Paddy Twomey, completes the line-up.
British-trained pair Equilateral and Last Crusader will travel to Ireland for a five-furlong challenge in the Group 2 Barberstown Castle Sapphire Stakes (3.10). Mooneista, New York City and Castle Star make up the home challenge in a smashing sprint.
Exciting two-year-old Little Big Bear, winner of the Windsor Castle Stakes at Royal Ascot and absent late from last week’s July stakes with walking, runs into the Jebel Ali Racecourse And Stables Anglesey Stakes (2.03).
Runners and Riders of the Irish Oaks
Cairde Go deodorant Colin Keane
Emily Dickinson Seamie Heffernan
Emily Upjohn Frankie Dettori
fennel Chris Hayes
story Wayne Lordan
Magic Lagoon Shane Foley
Show of the Stars Billy Lee
toy Ryan Moore
Juddmonte Irish Oaks (3:45 Curragh, Saturday)
Paddy power: 4-9 Emily Upjohn, 4 Magical Lagoon, 14 History, 16 Cairde Go Deo, Emily Dickinson, Toy, 33 Fennela, 40 Show Of Stars.
Weatherby’s Super Sprint attracts 21
Newbury’s final race may be without explanation, but the highlight will feature 21 runners, with favorites Maria Branwell and Rogue Spirit on course for the Weatherbys Super Sprint (3.30).
The breed is unique in that horses are weighted by the price they have achieved in sales, leaving £57,750 Buy Once More For Luck leading the competition with Rob Hornby expected to carry 9st 4lb. At the end of the weights comes Claretina and Land Of Summer, who carry one stone less.
Leading fantasies such as Eddie’s Boy, Miami Girl, Swift Asset and Dare To Hope were also announced.
Promising sprinter Sense Of Duty was a notable absence from Newbury after leading the market for the bet365 Hackwood Stakes (2.56). The William Haggas-trained three-year-old was about a 5-2 favorite to earn his fifth straight win, but Rohaan, Diligent Harry and Man Of Promise were among those declared.
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