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Anam set for Express delivery

Anam Allta will have to concede weight to some promising three-year-olds if she takes up her entry on the opening day of the Flat turf season at the Curragh this weekend.

Having formed part of Dermot Weld's record-breaking week at Galway when scoring last summer, the daughter of Invincible Spirit signed off for the season with a wide-margin success on heavy ground in the Group Three Concorde Stakes at Tipperary.

But she may have to ward off a Ballydoyle squad of potential Classic contenders in Sunday's Lodge Park Stud EBF Park Express Stakes, headed by Listed scorer Homecoming Queen and including well-related maiden winners Twirl and Kissed.

Jim Bolger has put Janey Muddles and Cleofila in the Group Three contest, with Jessie Harrington entering Princess Sinead and Violet Lashes.

Cheshire-based Tom Dascombe has entered Libys Dream, a winner in Listed company at Wolverhampton earlier this month.

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