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Here are today's Ladbrokes Leopardstown tips
While there are several choicely-bred newcomers engaged here, KISSABLE made a fine debut behind the experienced and well-supported Gemstone at Limerick, staying on strongly in the closing stages after missing the break.
Inca Princess is a half-sister to the stayer Changingoftheguard and out of a Ribblesdale/Park Hill winner. An entry in the Moyglare suggests she is well regarded and may be better than stablemate Spin at this stage. Dance Secretary is a half-sister to three winners in the USA including a high-class miler. She's also in the Moyglare and is definitely one to keep an eye on. Mokama didn't run badly behind Obligada at Limerick and should have benefited from the experience.
Invincible Ash and Miss Velocity have been running well in handicaps and are obvious contenders but the vote goes to GLORIFIED.
David Watchman's filly made a winning debut on polytrack last month when landing some nice bets and scoring comfortably. She was sent into Group 3 company over today's C&D subsequently and though finding the grade too hot to handle she ran well enough to suggests this class is well within her scope. Invincible Ash was just behind in that race here and is a couple of pounds better off despite the fact that she beat a huge field very easily at the Curragh last time. She looks a formidable opponent and should have no problems with Miss Velocity, who was a long way behind at the Curragh. She also holds Daffodil Walk on their run at Dundalk in October while Cosmic Breeze has plenty to do.
Miss Faustino is a credit to her connections having run with great consistency since her debut a year ago.
She has a 5lbs penalty for Tuesday's victory at Sligo but that shouldn't prevent another big effort. Purple Land is still a maiden and has a big weight to carry but he's been competing at a high level and a mark of 84 doesn't appear extreme. Roicead made a promising debut at Fairyhouse a month ago and put that experience to good use at Roscommon when making most to beat Mutamaleq. He's still progressing and must be a threat but it's time ONE SET was scoring again. Ger Lyons' charge is 7lbs lower than when beating today's rival Iron Major at Dundalk in November. He found a mile just stretching his stamina at Naas last time and looks to have slipped to a winning mark.
Mark Johnston had a couple of winners on Derby Day at the Curragh and wouldn't be sending STENTORIAN here unless he though the Street Cry colt was capable of picking up this Listed prize despite the fact his only success came in a Leicester maiden a couple of weeks ago.
He obviously has more to do against the likes of Coventry Stakes sixth Zoffany, who earlier scored here and at Naas, and Sydney Harbour, who beat a decent field at the Curragh on Sunday. Free Art is very closely matched with Sydney Harbour on their run behind Snow Mountain at Limerick and probably has more scope while there was plenty to like about the debut of Hasty Katie at the Curragh on Friday and Jim Bolger brings her out very quickly, which looks significant.
Inwood is running well and should be suited by today's trip after two good runs over a mile recently.
Cool Star is still a maiden and though running a fair race behind Sean Og Coulston at Fairyhouse he may be a couple of pounds high in the weights. A downpour would bring Lord Rathvinden right into the equation as Tracey Collins' charge has produced his best form with some cut in the ground though he ran quite well on good going over a mile here last time. Tsar Paul is 16lbs higher than when successful at Dundalk in May but RUM RAISIN is only 5lbs up from her victory over two rivals at Limerick where she appreciated the fast ground and making the running. She has run well enough in fields of this size previously and is still reasonably treated.
Gypsy Rose followed a victory over 1m2f at Clonmel by scoring over today's trip at Tramore.
She wasn't at her best back over ten furlongs here last time but is only 4lbs higher than for her latest success and will make a bold bid to get back on the winning track. Alajan is progressing nicely and followed an excellent victory at Tramore with another good effort behind tonight's rival Lynott at Navan. He's crept up the weights despite that latest defeat but should still give a good account. SPRING HAWK had done most of his running on polytrack before defying a long absence to score very easily at Down Royal. She didn't beat much but did it well and can defy a 9lbs rise, a burden which is eased by her fine young rider's claim. Bay Swallow battled to victory over this trip at Tramore and ran another good race when tackling an extra quarter-mile at Tipperary a week ago.
Caesar's Song, a bumper winner at Limerick in May, was sent into Listed company for his debut on the flat and didn't perform badly before just touched off by False Economy at Listowel.
Dreamy Gent has won five times over jumps and though a maiden on the level he's produced some very good efforts and has the benefit of Nina Carberry in the saddle. Huckle Buckle Shoe landed a bumper at Kilbeggan a year ago and though not seen since winning a maiden over timber at Wexford in October his trainer is the ideal man to get one ready after a break. Island Oscar could prove a threat under Derek O'Connor as this dual bumper runner-up landed a maiden hurdle at Killarney in May and looks on the upgrade. SWIFTMARC looks the one to be on as he scored twice over timber before an excellent short-head second to Fantasy King over today's C&D. He loves fast ground and will get plenty of assistance from the saddle.