Upping the Ante: Inside information gives an indicator of Albigna’s huge potential

The Harrington-trained filly Albigna looks a worthy successor to Alpha Centauri, even if she ends up not making the trip to Royal Ascot

2nd June, 2019
Ken Condon

You expect to get tips for many races at a Cheltenham preview night, but not for a fillies’ maiden some time in March, April or May. But so it was in a basement bar in Dublin earlier this year. I was sharing a panel with Kate Harrington, among others. The daughter of legendary trainer Jessica shot the breeze beforehand with a friend and me.

It was a bizarre night. My mate unveiled a photo...

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