After Willie Mullins trained the third and sixth in the Melbourne Cup, Ruby Walsh recapped on the stable’s runs.
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William Haggas and Ryan Moore boast an impressive 23% strike-rate when teaming up with juveniles over the last five seasons and that pair look to have a big chance in the opener with RAINBOW HEART. The Born To Sea filly made a promising start to her racing career when third over C&D and normal improvement will see her go very close. Pytilia and Filles De Fleur also bring some decent form to the table, while Chop Chop and Pamper make most appeal of the newcomers.
RAINBOW HEART's debut third in a C&D maiden 25 days ago looks the best form on offer, and she will surely step up on that at the first time of asking. Pytilia appeared not to improve from her first run to her second, but she remains with potential, while Filles de Fleur will come on for her recent Kempton introduction.