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Last Updated: October 12, 2013 1:16pm
Dermot Weld: Saddles Olympiad in Irish Cesarewitch at the Curragh
This time last year Olympiad was in the English Cesarewitch as a leading contender but times have changed as Dermot Weld's gelding heads for the Irish equivalent at the Curragh on Sunday.
Seen just seven times to date, the Sir Robert Ogden-owned four-year-old finished mid-division at Newmarket and has made only one start this term, trailing in last in the Chester Cup.
Barry Simpson, Ogden's racing manager, said: "We'll just have to see how he gets on, I'd like to think he'd run well but he's been a little bit disappointing, he's had a truncated season."
The Irish Cesarewitch, sponsored by Tote Super Trifecta, sees the top names from the Flat and National Hunt season clashing.
Noel Meade saddles Maxim Gorky, who has not raced on the Flat for the three years since he left Sir Michael Stoute's care but shaped well in a hurdle at Listowel last month after a considerable break.
"I think he'd have gone close in Listowel the last day but for making a mistake at the second-last," said Meade.
"This is a different kind of race and probably a better race, but he's in good form and the ground will suit him, so we'll hope for the best."
Aidan O'Brien runs three, with his daughter Ana riding Egyptian Warrior, record-breaking son Joseph aboard Marchese Marconi and Seamie Heffernan on Victory Song.
There is British interest too, with Brian Ellison booking useful apprentice Robert Tart for Montefeltro, who has made rapid improvement since joining the yard and is chasing a hat-trick.
Stablemate Becausewecan has sneaked in bottom of the weight, while Weld's other runner, Truthwillsetufree, and Spacious Sky for Tony Martin and Johnny Murtagh, will surely be of interest.
Peter Fahey has managed a cracking job with six-year-old mare Crystal Earth this summer, as she was second twice before notching victories at Ballinrobe and Tramore.
Last time in the Ulster Cesarewitch, she failed by a head to catch the aggressively-ridden Fisher Bridge.
"She's in great form and has improved and improved all year," said locally-based Fahey.
"The race just wasn't run to suit us last time, she was a little unlucky, and hopefully she can run well in a competitive race. She's versatile, and the ground should be fine."