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High Net Worth searching for another win at Dundalk

Updated: Thursday, 14 Nov 2013 17:33 | Comments

High Net Worth searching for another win

Last week's Dundalk winner High Net Worth makes a swift return to the all-weather venue for the Ireland V England Stablestaff Soccer International Handicap on Friday night.

Gordon Elliott's gelding ended a frustrating sequence of second-placings on the level when upped to an extended mile and a quarter, and the extra furlong and a bit here should pose him few problems.

Chief threat could be Cebuano, who made a pleasing start to his jumping career at Punchestown most recently, although Sabaidee was tried in a German Listed event last time and will find this assignment more appropriate.

The Crowne Plaza Race & Stay Package Nursery Handicap gets proceedings under way at 5.45 and Edward Lynam's hat-trick seeker Caso Do Lago takes on stable companion Lady Mega, who scored here seven days ago.

Lynam has an interesting third string in Mr Good Guy, while Andy Oliver is double-handed and Beauty's Forte, who was only a head behind Caso Do Lago last month, represents Johnny Murtagh in an open affair.

Lynam's Princess Glamour made a satisfactory start in the Leopardstown race won by exciting prospect Balansiya and it will be no surprise if she troubles Magnolia Beach and Princess Pearlita in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden.

Have A Nice Day was denied by a neck here on Wednesday and makes a swift return to action in the Dundalk Stadium - Light Up Your Night Handicap.

Teajaybe also hit the crossbar earlier in the week and is kept busy in the Crowne Plaza Leading Jockey & Trainer Champion Handicap (Div 1), while the second instalment sees Joseph O'Brien getting the leg-up on last month's course-and-distance victor Hangar Five.

Tom Madden got a good tune out of Happy Anniversary at this circuit three weeks ago and the pair are reunited in the Floodlit Friday Nights At Dundalk Apprentice Handicap.

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