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Legends Gold heads to the sales following her debut success at Moig South in a competitive four-year-old mares’ maiden. Tracking the leaders for most of the race, the Warren Ewing-trained mare progressed to lead approaching the third last fence and was strongly challenged on the run to the penultimate obstacle but found plenty under Derek O’Connor to go away from her rivals and win by six lengths. The daughter of Gold Well is out of a daughter of the Listed winning mare, Fu’s Island as well as being from the family of the Grade one winner, What A Friend and this exciting mare looks the sort that will be a real addition to any trainer’s yard in mares’ races over the coming seasons.



Financial Outcome has gathered a wealth of experience in his five point-to-point starts to date and recorded his second career success at Ballyragget. A winner at Tinahely in February, the John Paul Brennan-trained winner stepped up to winners’ company with ease on his latest start having recorded a 10 length victory. Ridden prominently throughout by Jamie Codd, he travelled well over the final half a mile and made good progress to take the lead before the penultimate fence where he soon quickened clear of his rivals to win cosily. With improvement coming from each of his runs, Financial Outcome looks like a horse that could be a real money spinner for his new connections.



Wayfinder made an exciting debut at Belharbour in February when finishing fourth to Envious Editor in a four-year-old maiden on what was the opening weekend for this age category. Improving from this debut performance, Wayfinder finished runner-up on his next start at Durrow behind the exciting Treasure Dillon. The Warren Ewing-ridden gelding was prominent for much of the early part of the race before running in mid-division where he made up good ground after the third last fence and stayed on strongly in the home straight to take the runner-up spot. Out of a half-sister to Mattock Ranger, Pollywollydoodle and Over Siberia, Wayfinder has shown himself to be a decent youngster that is bred to develop into a smart sort on the track and could have a lot to offer to new connections.



Minella Bobo made his debut a winning one when he took his five-year-old geldings’ maiden at Inch in March. Racing behind the leaders, the son of Oscar moved through to take up the lead from the penultimate fence where he stayed on well in the home straight and combined a good jump at the last to secure a two-length win for the John Nallen yard over Liosduin Bhearna who had been placed on his previous start. One of four newcomers in the race, Minella Bobo travelled and jumped well throughout and is a half-brother to the dual hurdle winner this year, Minellatillmorning as well as being out of the Grade one placed Granit Jack. He’s a horse with a nice blend of both speed and stamina and looks like a gelding that can develop into a smart track performer.



Lisnagar Oscar made his debut a winning one when taking his five-year-old maiden at Liscarroll. Ridden patiently towards the rear of the field for much of the race, the son of Oscar made steady progress over the final half a mile to dispute the lead at the third last fence before taking up the lead at the penultimate obstacle which saw him storm clear of his rivals to record an eight-length success. The decisive winner was one of two newcomers in the line-up and is from a stellar black-type winning family as he is out of a full-sister to the Grade one winner, Whisper as well as the Listed and eight-time winner, Chuchoteuse. Lisnagar Oscar showed a likeable attitude and looks like a gelding that can develop into a smart track performer that will have an exciting future inside the rails.