|Irish Oaks Enhanced Odds|
|Promo Type||Enhanced Odds/Free Bet Bonus|
|Promo||5.00 (4/1) Even Song to Win Irish Oaks|
|Valid Until||17:40 BST - July 16, 2016|
|Accepted Countries||UK & Ireland|
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Aidan O’Brien, Even Song’s trainer, is confident she will perform well tomorrow at the Curragh which could see her build on her success at the Royal Ascot. “She’s in good form. She had a little rest after Ascot and we’ve been happy with her since. She seems to handle most types of ground and we are looking forward to running her,” said O’Brien.
“She raced a little bit idle in the Oaks, so we’re putting a pair of cheekpieces on her. We thought Seventh Heaven might not have handled Lingfield and then thought she didn’t handle Epsom. Seamus (Heffernan, jockey) thinks the Curragh will suit her better,” said the 46-year-old trainer. “When Pretty Perfect stepped back up to a mile and half last time she loved it and it seemed to bring out the best in her.”
“The official handicapper has her rated 3lb higher than the odds-on favourite. He obviously believes her Epsom performance was greater than Even Song’s at Ascot. Architecture was disappointing at Ascot, but it came less than a fortnight after the Oaks and we’re happy with her going to Ireland.”