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'Zoe' can double up for Mullins as Njord bids to go one better

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Tony Mullins – trainer of Princess Zoe. Photo: Sportsfile

Tony Mullins – trainer of Princess Zoe. Photo: Sportsfile

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Tony Mullins – trainer of Princess Zoe. Photo: Sportsfile

It takes some effort to land a feature race at the Galway Races but to bag two in the one week would be particularly special and that's what Princess Zoe could have in her sights at Ballybrit this afternoon.

Tony Mullins' German recruit plundered the Connacht Hotel Handicap on Monday and the grey mare is back for more in the €75,000 Galway Shopping Centre Premier Handicap (5.15).

Talented apprentice Joey Sheridan takes 5lbs off her 7lb penalty and the hugely progressive five-year-old should have no problem dropping back to 1m 4f after she excelled at that trip when taking the Ladies Derby at the Curragh.