OLD FOE Primo Uomo
is back to challenge Spirit Quartz tomorrow
Tracey Collins feels that the rise is harsh, although the handicapper would doubtless point to the reopposing Primo Uomo, who has scored twice since finishing second to Chiclet.
Gerard O'Leary, trainer of Primo Uomo He's in great form.
The other worth including is the highly consistent Primo Uomo
higher than when slamming subsequent winner Primo Uomo
(reopposes) here last time, back in mid-July.
Also going up 8lb for nning a Dundalk sprint is r O'Leary's Primo Uomo
, o won the 5f rated contest convincing fashion and goes to 84.
But she went up 9lb for her last win, when she beat Primo Uomo
. So it won't be easy tomorrow.
The earlier five-furlong rated race affords PRIMO UOMO
a good opportunity, from a low draw, while STRONGER THAN ME, raised 6lb for his second to Markhan at Naas, appeals in the valuable Red God Handicap.
A major gamble when collared late by Kiss The Stars here last week, Ger O'Leary's Primo Uomo
is expected to turn the tables on his conqueror in the opening five-furlong dash.
Tonight, Primo Uomo
is a sporting nap choice in the opening, five-furlong Follow At The Races On twitter Handicap in Dundalk.
, placed in his three starts and dropping from listed company, should get off the mark in the Barclay Telecom Median Auction 2-Y-0 Maiden in Down Royal tonight.
But he might lack the pace of the likes of Ger O'Leary's PRIMO UOMO
, which ran well behind Beech Belle at the Curragh.