Annie Other to relish firm surface at Wexford
Saltmills Blackie to lose maiden tag
Henry De Bromhead: should be on the mark at Wexford with Saltmills Blackie.
Conditions could be very quick at Wexford this evening and that should suit Annie Other down to the ground when she lines up for the handicap chase.
This is a first handicap start over fences for the Pat Doyle-trained mare who has won three times at Wexford already, including over fences, and who showed she is in good form with a success on the flat here last time. Doyle believes Annie Other relishes going “like the road” and the mare is likely to get that now.
Henry De Bromhead runs Saltmills Blackie in the opening maiden hurdle and conditions should also be fine for this one while On A Jetplane can score in the first division of the handicap hurdle.