We head to Tipperary tomorrow. I haven’t ran too many on turf but they’ve been running away well. That doesn’t last and it would be nice to grab a winner or two. We have 18 riding out and it seems maybe 12 are capable of doing something so the numbers are stacked against us. Pandemic Princess starts her career tomorrow. I just can’t get these babies on their job first time. They tend to leave their brains at home and generally step forward a lot from their first runs. She is expected to do the same. I think she is nice enough to win a maiden. Whether that is on her 2nd or 3rd run or whether she will wait til nurseries to show us her level, tomorrow will tell a lot. If she jumps slowly and picks up 2 or 3 late that will be fine but if she grabs more than half of them I’ll be getting excited. Dynakite goes next. He was showing very little through his sequence of maiden runs. He won’t do anything off 63 or 33 if he stays at that level. There is cause for optimism however. He has been training with blinkers and they appear to make a big difference to him. They’re like his safe space, he is focused and relaxed with them on and he appears to be in better shape as a result of more meaningful exercise. One hangs one’s hat on these minor changes, hopefully they have made a difference. They need to. Morph Speed has his second run for us in the first division of the 9f 45-65 handicap. If he steps forward from his first run then he should be very competitive. I thought he was in great shape 10 days ago and not a lot went wrong, that’s preying on my mind a little but hopefully normal rules apply. Musalsal bumped into a well handicapped, well drawn, well backed, well ridden rival that happened to be on fire last Wednesday night. That’s racing I suppose. He’s due a turn, hopefully it’s tomorrow night.