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The rating could be downgraded following a weakening of CILL's combined ratio to above 110% for a sustained period or its RBC ratio being consistently below 200%.
Cill Rialaig has 8lb in hand of her rivals, who are headed by the progressive William Jarvis-trained filly Qushchi, who won handicaps at Newmarket and Doncaster in the latter half of the season.
Each property contains double glazed redwood windows with mahogany cill and locking latches, burglar alarm systems and screened driveways.
Today's bets Cill Rialaig 3.20 Newmarket 1pt win Mount Hollow 7.00 Wolverhampton 1pt win AS PART of the bargaining and race trading that has seen the top two-year-old programme given a major makeover and the Champion Stakes uprooted from Newmarket to Ascot, in a less controversial move today's Princess Royal Stakes (3.20 Newmarket) has been sent in the opposite direction.
SUE and Harvey Smith certainly have an eye for a bargain and they completed a Kelso double yesterday with Royal Emperor and Cill Churnain, who between them cost under 6,000 guineas.
In a race won by classy mares Crystal Capella and Polly's Mark in recent seasons, trainer Hughie Morrison runs Cill Rialaig and last-time-out winner Bramalea.
It's his tough luck he isn't around today, because he could have swapped his bolthole in the bushes of nearby Sliabh Cairn for a big double room in the cosy Cill Aodain Hotel on Kiltimagh's quaint Main Street.
The cill must be kept low in keeping with the patient's recumbent position, and it can be made broad enough to sit on when the patient is well enough to start leaving the bed.
But his first ride back - Sue Smith's Cill Churnain at Worcester - was a winner.
In the living room, under the narrow strip of windows on to the harbour, a low cill runs the width of the building.