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Indian Outlook heads for Tramore on Thursday

Updated: Wednesday, 11 Dec 2013 15:48 | Comments

Adrian Maguire brings Indian Outlook to Tramore
Adrian Maguire brings Indian Outlook to Tramore

Indian Outlook made an excellent start to his career over fences, but Adrian Maguire switches him back to the smaller obstacles for the Friends Of Shay Barry Novice Hurdle at Tramore on Thursday.

The six-year-old handled testing conditions to strike at Sligo in October, earning him a rating in that sphere of 123, so he should take a power of beating here off a mark 12lb lower.

Heading the weights is Gold Patrol, who lost little in defeat behind the exciting Faugheen at Navan last weekend, while Ram, in the first-time blinkers, isn't out of it on his handicap debut.

Tidy Zag turned a competitive Cork handicap into a procession on Sunday and Ray Hackett turns him out quickly for the www.tramore-racecourse.com Handicap Hurdle.

Andrew McNamara keeps the partnership intact and they may have most to fear from Island Villa, who has made the frame the last twice and has scope for further improvement.

Supreme Bailerina may have let favourite-backers down when sent over to Cheltenham for a Listed bumper, but she still finished a length and a half and a few positions ahead of Sunday Serenade so will be expected to confirm her superiority in the opening Buy Tramore Race Tickets Online Mares Maiden Hurdle at 12.35.

Her stable companion Wicklow Gold sets the standard in a 2014 Tramore Members Club - Great Gift For Christmas Maiden Hurdle that won't take much winning, while the Follow Us On Facebook Beginners Chase doesn't exactly set the pulse racing either, but Lough Roe Lady had Sugar Bullet behind her when fourth at Wexford so could be the answer.

Dog Barrel Hill and Miss Palm took minor honours at Wexford and renew rivalry in the Go Racing In The South East Handicap Chase, and Flaming Dawn will be fancied to atone for a costly Clonmel defeat in the Ring In The New Year On Jan 1st Ladies Flat Race.

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