showed a lot of promise in her two outings last season.
, well-regarded last season and boasting two solid third placings in two-year-old maidens, returns to action in the Irish Stallion Farms Maiden.
is apparently so alpha male that he thinks a collander is too effeminate, too "left wing".
NUMBER ONE AGAIN: Henrik Larsson's Celtic are bound to retain their championship crown; HERO TO HERO: Kenny Dalgish inspired Larsson; FROM FIRST TO LARS: THE BHOY WHO WOULD BE KING; HAIR WE GO: Curlylocks
Henrik makes an early impression.
himself, his head in a plastic bag and the hair inside it slowly changing from black to hopefully a delicate pale primrose if he had the patience to sit still long enough.
Earlier, the David Wachman-trained Curlylocks
might be capable of recouping losses incurred on her recent debut at Leopardstown in the opening twoyear-old fillies maiden.
David Wachman captured the opening two-year-old fillies maiden with 20/1 shot Queen Nefertiti (Billy Lee) which quickened clear in impressive style to triumph by four and a half lengths from Simply A Star with the winner's well-touted stable-companion Curlylocks
(even money favourite) third.