Southern France supplemented for Irish Leger

Southern France has been supplemented for the Comer Group International Irish St. Leger at the Curragh.

The four-year-old is defined to get his last race on Sunday in the care of Aidan O’Brien, after being marketed by Coolmore to Australian connections with the intention of going for the Melbourne Cup.
Third in last year’s St Leger at Doncaster, Southern France won the Irish St. Leger Trial at the Curragh last month.
O’Brien also includes Britain Vintage, Kew Gardens and Capri, also Cypress Creek and Western Australia’s two winners one of a record of 18 horses since he attempts to win this race for a sixth time remaining at the verification stage.
Joseph O’Brien has four possibles – 2018 Irish Derby hero Latrobe, Master Of Twilight Payment Reality and Buckhurst.
Last year’s Melbourne Cup victor Cross Counter and Ispolini represent Newmarket coach Charlie Appleby – while Sylvester Kirk’s Salouen and Wells Farhh Proceed from Tim Easterby’s secure, are other UK hopefuls.
The unbeaten youngster Pinatubo of appleby heads 15 standing their ground for its Goffs Vincent O’Brien National Stakes.
The son of Shamardal includes his very first crack at Group One level.
Aidan O’Brien has significantly fewer than 10 possibles – such as Armory and Coventry Stakes scorer Arizona, effective in a month’s Group 2 Futurity Stakes within distance and this course.
Jessica Harrington comes with a powerful hand in the Moyglare Stud Stakes, with three winners to choose from.
Even the Moone handler has nominated Airlie Stud Stakes scorer Albigna as her agent, but has the option with Debutante Stakes victor Alpine Star along with Cayenne Pepper – who shot her unbeaten record at Tara Stakes’ Flame.
Both British-trained possibles are Roger Varian’s Daahyeh, winner of the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot, and Beneath The Stars out of James Tate’s lawn.
The progressive sprinter Soffia of edward Lynam is among 13 left in another Group One race around the card, that the Derrinstown Stud Flying Five Stakes.
Kyllachy’s daughter has lifted Group Three, and Group two races on her final three starts – and will have her chance at the top level.
A strong entry includes Beverley Bullet winner Judicial, trained by Julie Camacho, Michael Dods’ Mabs Cross along with Tate’s Invincible Army – who had been fifth at the Haydock Sprint Cup at the weekend.
Magic Wand and Pink Dogwood’s Aidan O’Brien-trained set along with joseph O’Brien’s Iridessa would be the initial three at the Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh in June, and could face each other in the Moyglare’Jewels’ Blandford Stakes.
Others among 22 standing their ground for the Group Two over a quarter and a mile will be the British raider Nausha, from the Varian stable, and Dermot Weld’s Tarnawa, champion of the Offer Thanks at Cork last month.

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