Kilboy Estate Stakes Betting Tips – One Voice Can Call Curragh Tune

Curragh Betting Tips · Sunday, 19th Jul 2020 - 16:15 ·

Harrington filly fancied most on good ground

Trainer Jessica Harrington is no stranger to success in the 1m 1f Group 2 Kilboy Estate Stakes after winning it in 2016, so her One Voice is worth a wager to follow-up down in trip at The Curragh on Sunday (16:15).

One of four three-year-olds in the line-up getting 9lb weight-for-age, she is a Group 3 winner last time out. One Voice is out of Poet’s Voice and two from four career starts.

After chasing home One Last Look on her racecourse debut at Leopardstown, she went one better at the same venue. One Voice made most of the running for an easy three-length victory over Auxilia.

The runner-up bolted up by five lengths next time out and was then held just three-quarters of a length by Fancy Blue in a Listed contest over a mile here. That one has since landed the Group 1 Prix de Diane over in France.

One Voice was a desperately unlucky loser on reappearance when chinned on the line by stable companion Silence Please. That came in a Listed contest when up in trip to 1m 2f at Navan and beaten just a nose.

As One Voice finished over two lengths in front of Passion back in fourth, and that one was third in the Group 2 Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot and then fifth in the Epsom Derby, the form reads very well.

When last in action, One Voice came with a late run to win the Group 3 Blue Wind Stakes at Leopardstown. She kept on well and held subsequent Munster Oaks heroine Snow by half-a-length.

Of those with an official rating, One Voice tops those on a mark of 106. It gives her 2lb and upwards on her seven rivals, so that makes her the one to be on.

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Lemista feared if handling sounder surface

Ger Lyons’ Lemista held an Irish Oaks entry, but 1m 4f may be beyond her and comes to this other for fillies and mares race on the back of three wins.

Owned by Peter Brant of Sottsass fame, the daughter of Raven’s Pass has been cleverly campaigned by connections this season.

After breaking her maiden tag on heavy ground at Gowran Park on her third and final start of last term, Lemista landed the Group 3 Park Express Stakes at Naas on reappearance in March.

She kept on well for pressure in the final furlong, and getting lumps of weight from her elders helped. Re-opposing duo Cerro Boyo and Kiss For A Jewel were well-beaten down the field that day.

Although Lemista meets them off 7lb worse terms in the Kilboy Estate Stakes, both have plenty to find on official figures.

As she followed-up under a penalty in a Listed contest back at Gowran on yielding, she is well worth a crack at this level. Lemista also meets the third home, Snapraeceps, off 1lb better terms, so should confirm form.

The only question mark with her is the sound surface. With The Curragh being watered to maintain good going, it remains to be seen if Lemista puts her best foot forward on this ground.

With that unknown, it make sense to oppose her with One Voice. Lemista can still have a say in the finish, though,/

Snapraeceps and Lovelier each-way alternatives in Kilboy Estate Stakes

Of the older fillies, the aforementioned Snapraeceps has twice run well in defeat this season.

Trained by Joseph O’Brien, the four-year-old daughter of Canford Cliffs has placed at both Listed and Group 3 level. After her aforementioned third to Lemista, she chased home Snow in the Munster Oaks.

As at Gowran, she was giving her young rival lumps of weight at Cork. Now dropping back in trip, Snapraeceps may be seen to better effect.

As with Lemista, good going may not be ideal but she is the clear pick of the older entries in the Kilboy Estate Stakes. She is to consider each-way despite still having to give weight-for-age away.

Of the other two three-year-olds, Lovelier is progressing for Aidan O’Brien. The daughter of Galileo stayed on strongly to take a Listed mile contest earlier this week and is quickly turned out again.

She found plenty for pressure in the final furlong, but got up in the final 50 yards at Killarney and win by a length. Horses sired by Galileo do improve from two to three.

With black type already to her name, Lovelier appeals more than the lightly-raced Ridenza. She has achieved more than the Aga Khan’s filly.

O’Brien has also won the Kilboy Estate Stakes in three of the last five years. Anything saddled from Ballydoyle commands respect, then, so Lovelier could hit the frame.

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