Timeform carry you the three best bets on the Curragh on Sunday…
“…one of the more interesting contenders in a typically competitive renewal of this valuable handicap…”
Timeform on Godhead
Joan of Arc made an encouraging begin to her profession when second at Dundalk in November, solely shedding out on the nod. That type units the usual right here on Timeform’s weight-adjusted rankings, so Joan of Arc charges a assured choice to open her account on the second try, particularly while you consider her scope for extra enchancment progress. She is actually bred to be good as a sister to a number of winners, together with the English/Irish 2000 Guineas winner Gleneagles.
Erzindjan confirmed pretty helpful type in three begins as a two-year-old, producing his best effort when simply successful a maiden at Cork final August. That success got here within the type of testing situations that he is more likely to encounter right now, the place he is set to make his handicap debut from a gap mark of 91. That appears probably lenient judged on the steadiness of his type, representing the Dermot Weld yard that ought to be capable to unlock additional progress from him as a three-year-old, too.
Godhead formed as if needing the run when third on his secure debut at Dundalk final month. That first outing after eight months off is more likely to carry him on and assist him bounce again to the helpful degree he achieved in 2020, when successful three instances for earlier coach John Gosden. That type units the usual right here on Timeform’s weight-adjusted rankings and identifies him as one of many extra attention-grabbing contenders in a sometimes aggressive renewal of this priceless handicap.