Harrington’s filly has had a nice break since finishing a close second in the Albany at Royal Ascot and connections will now get her ready for the Curragh contest
ALPHA CENTAURI will bid to get back to winning ways in the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes at the Curragh.
Jessica Harrington’s filly was last seen finishing a close second to French challenger Different League in the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot.
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That form has worked out well though with a number of winners coming out of the race including Clemmie who sparkled on the July course at Newmarket recently.
Alan Cooper, racing manager for owners the Niarchos family, said: “I spoke with Jessica (Harrington) on Monday and she tells me the filly is in good form and the plan is to run in the Moyglare. She’ll go straight there.
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“The Albany has produced an incredible amount of winners already and we look forward to seeing Alpha Centauri run again.”
A Niarchos family-owned filly who has already proved her worth at the top level is French Oaks heroine Senga.
Pascal Bary’s filly is currently enjoying a mid-season break before returning for an autumn campaign.
Cooper said: “All going well, Senga is going for the Prix de l’Opera on Arc day.
“Pascal is still considering whether to give her a prep race beforehand.”