29th Sep 2020
Dragon Pulse has been enjoying a purple patch of late notching up a number of very nice winners. Over the last three days he has had four new winners including;
Secret Pulse, 3 year old daughter of Dragon Pulse won the Fillies and Mares maiden at the Curragh racecourse for Trainer Gerard Keane and Owner Breeder Dominick Glennane.
Racing Post analysis: Secret Pulse wasn’t winning out of turn. She had caught the eye travelling strongly in the hands of a confident Colin Keane as the business end of the race unfolded and picked up nicely when asked to improve. Depending on how the handicapper assesses this, with Ger Keane’s 79-rated filly beating an 85-rated performer, she could be interesting in a fillies’ handicap before the season is out.
Tullypole Annie, 2 year old daughter of Dragon Pulse won the Nursery handicap at the Curragh racecourse for Trainer John James Feane and Owners Kangley Syndicate, she was bred by LittleJohn Bloodstock.
Racing Post analysis; Tullypole Annie looked to face an arduous task when she missed the break, having got very worked up at the start, but she found plenty for pressure and won going away. She only had two behind her at halfway, but she really found her stride inside the final two furlongs and will relish the step back up to 7f. She’s a progressive filly.
Dragons Will Rise, 4 year old son of Dragon Pulse won the Division 1 Handicap at Newcastle for Trainer Micky Hammond and Owners The Golden Cuckoo Syndicate, he was bred by Ivan and Eileen Heanen.
Racing Post analysis; Dragons Will Rise was upped to 1m2f on his second run after a break, was prominent in the market and travelled smoothly out wide before picking up well in the closing stages to score with something in hand. Has now scored at this track in two of his last three starts and he should have more to offer at this new trip.
Bridge Dino, 3 year old son of Dragon Pulse won the Invitation handicap over 8 furlongs at Tagliacozzo in Italy for Trainer Pierpaolo Sbariggia and Owners Aloisi Sbariggia Cinzia, he was bred by P O’Donnell.