Danny Tudhope talks to Simon Mapletoft about his Group 1 Irish Champions Weekend ride, Laurens
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Lorelina has been in dazzling form and looks sure to run well, despite a further 5lb rise for her latest success at Haydock, but WHAT A HOME gets the nod on what is only her second start in a handicap - she won on the other occasion. The Lope De Vega filly will find this much easier than the Pattern races that she has contested in recent months and first-time blinkers could also bring about improvement. The three-year-old Elasia receives plenty of weight off that pair and also merits consideration.
It could be worth giving another chance to ELASIA, who remains low-mileage and wasn't suited by the steady gallop when runner-up at Newmarket last month. Lorelina is in the form of her life and is not taken lightly, whilst What A Home could step up on this season's efforts now granted a stiffer test of stamina.