Bellewstown Racecards Horse Racing Tips: Saturday, 6th July 2024

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Bellewstown 16:53

Lennon Solar Novice Hurdle

  •  4yo, 8 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 1f 40y , GOOD
  •  Winner £6,157, 2nd £1,983, 3rd £939, 4th £417, 5th £209, 6th £104

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Charming Star – 2/1 – bet365

Charming Star, trained by T G McCourt and ridden by Keith Donoghue, has shown ability with a previous hurdles win at Navan. Although his recent flat form is below par, he remains a key contender in this race.

Little Trilby – 11/2 – Betvictor

Little Trilby, trained by Gordon Elliott and ridden by Sam Ewing, improved significantly to win a Downpatrick maiden last month. However, he will need to show further improvement to compete here.

St Faz – 15/8 – Unibet

St Faz, trained by E J O’Grady and ridden by Phillip Enright, has been solid over hurdles and is a major player in this race. Although his recent flat run was below his best, his hurdles form makes him a strong contender.

Churchwarden – 5/1 – bet365

Churchwarden, trained by John C McConnell and ridden by Ben Harvey, offers place potential in a race that lacks depth. His consistent form makes him a noteworthy entry.

Hutton Glen – 9/2 – Betvictor

Hutton Glen, trained by Thomas Gibney and ridden by Darragh O’Keeffe, makes his hurdles debut. This useful flat maiden, out of the smart hurdler Lagostovegas, commands respect and could spring a surprise.

Minority Interest – 66/1 – Unibet

Minority Interest, trained by P J Rothwell and ridden by James O’Sullivan, has shown little promise in his two maiden hurdle runs. He is likely to struggle in this field.

Avandra – 50/1 – bet365

Avandra, trained by P J Rothwell and ridden by Simon Torrens, performed poorly on debut but showed some improvement at Tramore. However, significant progress is needed for her to be competitive here.

Mutha – 50/1 – Betvictor

Mutha, trained by Ian Patrick Donoghue and ridden by Robert Dunne, was pulled up in a point-to-point and is best watched on her Rules debut.

Verdict

Although St Faz and Charming Star present strong cases, Hutton Glen is our pick for this race. His impressive flat form and hurdles debut could see him outperform his rivals.

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Bellewstown 17:28

McNally’s Pharmacy 365 Handicap

  •  3yo+, 18 Runners
  •  Flat,Turf , 7f 195y , GOOD, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £5,900, 2nd £1,900, 3rd £900, 4th £400, 5th £200, 6th £100

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Crooked Tannie – 5/1 – bet365

A five-year-old with a decent record in bumpers, Crooked Tannie has struggled to impress over hurdles. With Danny Gilligan riding, this horse needs to settle better and benefit from the drop in trip.

Intense Approach – 4/1 – Betvictor

Intense Approach, a five-year-old dual bumper winner, has yet to make a significant impact over hurdles. Ben Harvey will be looking to guide this horse to a better performance.

Khadaash – 50/1 – Unibet

Seven-year-old Khadaash has been well beaten in both maiden hurdle attempts this term. Simon Torrens takes the ride, and the horse will be trying blinkers for the first time.

Point Gellibrand – 6/1 – bet365

Point Gellibrand showed promise with his Downpatrick maiden runs in the spring. With Cian Cullinan in the saddle, this five-year-old may need a bit more improvement to feature prominently.

Where’s My Jet – 11/8 – Betvictor

Where’s My Jet, with Paul Townend on board, is expected to shine on his hurdling debut. This five-year-old has already shown his quality by winning a Tramore bumper on soft ground.

Blue Reed – 20/1 – Unibet

Blue Reed has not performed well in points since showing a fair level of form over hurdles last year. Sean Flanagan will aim to coax a better run from this five-year-old.

Bridgehead – 8/1 – bet365

Bridgehead, a fair maiden under both codes, has place prospects but wouldn’t want too much rain. Sam Ewing will ride this five-year-old who has been consistent if not spectacular.

Gatito Rapido – 40/1 – Betvictor

Gatito Rapido finished midfield after a long absence on his hurdles debut. Jody McGarvey will need to bring out a significant improvement for this horse to feature.

Hestheboycandoit – 100/1 – Unibet

With poor form in both point-to-points and under Rules, Hestheboycandoit, ridden by Shane Fenelon, seems to be facing an uphill task.

Jeu De Pic – 16/1 – bet365

Jeu De Pic has shown moderate form in two bumpers and enters his hurdles debut with low confidence. Michael O’Sullivan will ride this five-year-old, hoping for an unexpected improvement.

Ol Man Dingle – 66/1 – Betvictor

Ol Man Dingle has not impressed in his Rules races so far, although he did secure a second in a point-to-point. Ricky Doyle will aim to guide him to a better showing.

Podcast – 66/1 – Unibet

Podcast has had poor efforts in maiden hurdles and will need significant improvement under Darragh O’Keeffe to be competitive.

The Greek Mason – 100/1 – bet365

The Greek Mason showed little on his Punchestown debut. John Shinnick rides this five-year-old who likely needs more time to develop.

Tom’s My Star – 100/1 – Betvictor

Tom’s My Star made a slight improvement in his second run but still has a lot to prove. Hugh Morgan rides, aiming for a significant step up.

Our Tilly – 66/1 – Unibet

Our Tilly, with Tom Kelly aboard, was soundly beaten in her sole point-to-point last season and now debuts in a tongue-tie under Rules.

Royal Hollow – 7/1 – bet365

Royal Hollow, with Philip Donovan riding, showed credible form on the flat and has strong bumper form, making her a contender on hurdles debut.

Monty Cross – 66/1 – Betvictor

Monty Cross, another reserve, has been soundly beaten in maiden hurdles. Phillip Enright rides, but it’s hard to make a case for him.

Jersey Klass – 66/1 – Unibet

Jersey Klass was tailed off on his Punchestown debut last month and is easily overlooked.

What’s Lariat Now – 66/1 – bet365

What’s Lariat Now has shown nothing in bumpers and maiden hurdles so far. Blinkers are tried today.

Verdict

Where’s My Jet stands out as the one to beat with Paul Townend on board, expected to make a strong start over hurdles.

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Bellewstown 17:58

Connolly’s RED MILLS Irish EBF Auction Maiden Hurdle (IRE Incentive Race)

  •  4yo+, 12 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 4f 110y , YIELDING, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £10,261, 2nd £3,304, 3rd £1,565, 4th £696, 5th £348, 6th £174

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Man O Work – 10/1 – bet365

Man O Work, a six-year-old, has shown promise, winning a significant pot at Listowel. With a solid Flat comeback, Cian Cullinan will be looking for a strong run.

Palace Rock – 12/1 – Betvictor

Palace Rock has struggled to find form recently. Ben Harvey rides this seven-year-old, who has yet to regain his previous best performances.

Comfort Zone – 12/1 – Unibet

Comfort Zone, a five-year-old, has not yet hit his stride since returning in the spring. Simon Torrens takes the ride, hoping to see an improvement.

So Scottish – 7/1 – bet365

So Scottish, guided by Mark Walsh, has shown better form over fences but remains a contender off a lower hurdles mark. His recent performances indicate he could be in the mix.

Redwood Queen – 13/2 – Betvictor

Redwood Queen is in excellent form, winning her last three starts. Philip Byrnes rides this seven-year-old, who continues to impress despite a 30lb rise.

Watch The Weather – 16/1 – Unibet

This eight-year-old has been inconsistent recently. With Rachael Blackmore on board, the cheekpieces are applied in an attempt to spark improvement.

Me Wee Bonnie Lass – 15/2 – bet365

Me Wee Bonnie Lass, a five-year-old C&D winner in April, returns with definite claims. Keith Donoghue will be looking to capitalize on the horse’s solid track record here.

Grey Diamond – 20/1 – Betvictor

Grey Diamond, a ten-year-old, has yet to find form for his current yard. Sam Ewing rides this horse, who has a lower mark back over hurdles.

Aeros Luck – 15/2 – Unibet

Aeros Luck, part of Gavin Cromwell’s strong challenge, showed promise with a third-place finish recently. Jack Kearney rides, hoping to build on that performance.

Cougar – 25/1 – bet365

Cougar, a five-year-old promising juvenile hurdler, has had a very limited campaign in recent years. Aidan Kelly takes the reins, but this one is best watched.

Alvaniy – 14/1 – Betvictor

Alvaniy, disappointing in Britain since a Galway maiden win, has questions to answer. Paul Townend rides, looking to rekindle some form.

Napper Tandy – 10/1 – Unibet

Napper Tandy improved under forcing tactics at Punchestown. With Darragh O’Keeffe riding, he could perform well here.

Global Export – 11/1 – bet365

Global Export has been in good form under both codes since May. Patrick M O’Brien rides, and this six-year-old has place claims.

Hidden Land – 11/1 – Betvictor

Hidden Land, a runaway winner at Downpatrick, faces a tougher task here. Kevin Sexton rides this seven-year-old, who is off a 10lb higher mark.

Dads Lad – 16/1 – Unibet

Dads Lad, better known as a chaser, has had a couple of flat spins recently. Brian Hayes rides, but others are preferred in this field.

Petrol Head – 15/2 – bet365

Petrol Head, gambled-on Downpatrick comeback winner, is expected to do well off a 12lb higher mark. Danny Gilligan rides, looking to continue the good form.

Wouldn’t You Agree – 66/1 – Betvictor

Wouldn’t You Agree, last year’s winner, has struggled since. Niall Moore rides, but it’s hard to fancy if he gets a run.

Master Otis – 8/1 – Unibet

Cork winner Master Otis could offer more if the ground remains good. With no jockey declared, he is a reserve with potential.

My Gaffer – 66/1 – bet365

My Gaffer has generally struggled in handicaps. No jockey declared, he is another reserve unlikely to impact.

Verdict

Given her impressive track record at Bellewstown, Me Wee Bonnie Lass is our top choice to win this race. She returns to familiar ground with strong claims.

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Bellewstown 18:30

Phil & Patsy Kierans Memorial Mares Maiden Hurdle

  •  5yo+, 19 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 4f 110y , GOOD
  •  Winner £5,387, 2nd £1,735, 3rd £822, 4th £365, 5th £183, 6th £91

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Mill House Creek – 11/1 – bet365

Mill House Creek, a six-year-old mare, showed promise with a third-place finish at Limerick. Aidan Kelly rides, and she may need to step up her game to secure a win here.

Ashlia Dancer – 10/1 – Betvictor

Eight-year-old Ashlia Dancer ran well at Downpatrick but did not quite stay the distance. Cian Cullinan will hope the slightly shorter trip and sharper track will suit her better.

Ballinearla Girl – 25/1 – Unibet

Ballinearla Girl, a five-year-old, finished second at Wexford recently. Niall Moore will be looking to build on that encouraging run, though she faces a tougher challenge here.

Birmingham Alabama – 10/1 – bet365

This five-year-old mare showed promise on her Punchestown debut. E Walsh rides, and local support might help her deliver an improved performance.

Confidential Gosip – 33/1 – Betvictor

Confidential Gosip, a five-year-old mare, faced a stiff task last time but had a promising C&D debut. Conor Smithers will aim to unlock more potential.

Cottesloe Sunshine – 10/3 – Unibet

Cottesloe Sunshine finished third at Punchestown recently. The slightly shorter trip should suit this five-year-old mare, and J J Slevin will be aiming for a strong performance.

Deise Bella – 33/1 – bet365

Deise Bella showed improvement at Kilbeggan but still has a lot to prove. Philip Donovan rides, needing a significant step up to feature here.

Fair Damsel – 14/1 – Betvictor

Six-year-old Fair Damsel finished second in a weak Tipperary maiden. Darragh O’Keeffe rides, and she will face a tougher task in this race.

Godblessyourosie – 5/1 – Unibet

Godblessyourosie showed promise on her Limerick debut and should improve from that experience. With Rachael Blackmore on board, she may prefer a stronger stamina test.

Menhir – 33/1 – bet365

Menhir, a six-year-old, has shown little in points and hurdles. P J O’Hanlon rides, with cheekpieces applied in a bid to find improvement.

Nells Choice – 12/1 – Betvictor

Nells Choice has shown fair form in her last two starts over 2m3f. Danny Gilligan rides, and the longer trip might bring out more improvement in this five-year-old.

Slim Marvel – 4/1 – Unibet

Slim Marvel has been consistent in maiden races and remains a solid contender. Trevor Ryan rides this six-year-old mare, who would benefit from some rain.

Stumblin In – 25/1 – bet365

Stumblin In showed a bit more promise at Tramore last time. Jack Doyle rides, but she still has a lot to find to be competitive here.

Ta Na La – 9/1 – Betvictor

Ta Na La ran her best race yet on her Punchestown comeback. Shane O’Callaghan rides, and the step up in trip could see further improvement.

Wudya – 15/2 – Unibet

Wudya, a five-year-old mare, has shown mixed form but remains a contender. Sam Ewing will aim to bounce back from a below-par run at Tramore.

Zela Bella – 50/1 – bet365

Zela Bella has not been seen since October after winning in points. John Shinnick rides, and she is best watched on her hurdles debut.

Verdict

Slim Marvel stands out as the most consistent performer in maiden races. With a clear second place at Wexford last time, she looks set to take advantage of her good form.

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Bellewstown 19:00

Adare Manor Opportunity Handicap Hurdle (Div I)

  •  4yo+, 18 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 4f 110y , GOOD
  •  Winner £6,157, 2nd £1,983, 3rd £939, 4th £417, 5th £209, 6th £104

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Benz – 10/1 – bet365

Benz, a six-year-old gelding, ran a solid race at Downpatrick after a Tramore win in 2022. Daire McConville takes the ride, and he is expected to build on his recent performance.

Duncarrig – 22/1 – Betvictor

Duncarrig, trained by James M Barrett and ridden by Shaun Greene, has struggled in recent outings, including a poor run in a claimer last time. Improvement is needed from this seven-year-old.

Boskill Borden – 18/1 – Unibet

Boskill Borden, a five-year-old, needs to improve from his recent efforts. With blinkers applied and Cian Cullinan riding, he aims to find better form.

On My Bike – 5/1 – bet365

On My Bike, trained by Gavin Cromwell and ridden by Patrick M O’Brien, won at Punchestown but was unseated next time. Despite a modest chase debut, he remains of interest here.

The Mass Path – 7/5 – Betvictor

The Mass Path, with solid runs over hurdles and fences, is highly considered today. Philip Byrnes rides this seven-year-old, who has shown consistent form recently.

Cape Bridgewater – 16/1 – Unibet

Cape Bridgewater, a flat winner, ran well in one of three maiden hurdles. With Aidan Kelly on board, his market debut is worth monitoring.

Lucky Storm – 12/1 – bet365

Lucky Storm, trained by Gordon Elliott and ridden by Danny Gilligan, has shown some promise with two placings in maidens. Improvement is needed after a 14-length defeat at Sligo last time.

Schiehallion – 12/1 – Betvictor

Schiehallion, trained by Dermot A McLoughlin and ridden by Michael J Molloy, was beaten by 13 lengths on his handicap debut. He is expected to show improvement in this race.

Granco Rof – 22/1 – Unibet

Granco Rof, a six-year-old gelding, was beaten by 38 lengths on his handicap debut. Jack Kearney rides, and significant improvement is required.

Thebeautifulgame – 25/1 – bet365

Thebeautifulgame, ridden by Liam McKenna and trained by Cian Collins, hasn’t shown much in his three completed hurdle starts. However, he may do better in this race.

Kalaroun – 7/2 – Betvictor

Kalaroun, trained by Conor O’Dwyer and ridden by Charlie O’Dwyer, ran a solid race in a Punchestown handicap. He remains a strong contender in this field.

Mayos Vendangeur – (Non-Runner)

Mayos Vendangeur, trained by P J Rothwell, is a non-runner in this race.

Moneynabane – 9/1 – Unibet

Moneynabane, who won at Downpatrick last year, ran well on his yard debut there last time. Conor Stone-Walsh rides, aiming for further improvement.

Spanish John – 16/1 – bet365

Spanish John, a six-year-old gelding, won at Ballinrobe last summer but has been well beaten since. Jack G Gilligan rides, hoping to regain his best form.

Meadow Soprano – 25/1 – Betvictor

Meadow Soprano, trained by John C McConnell and ridden by Shane O’Callaghan, was disappointing at Cartmel last time. Cheekpieces are applied to try and spark a better performance

Verdict

The Mass Path is our top choice today, given his consistent form over both hurdles and fences. He appears well-placed to finally get off the mark in this competitive field.

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Bellewstown 19:30

G Dore & Co Solicitors Handicap (Div I)

  •  3yo+, 14 Runners
  •  Flat,Turf , 1m 4f 37y , GOOD, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £5,643, 2nd £1,817, 3rd £861, 4th £383, 5th £191, 6th £96

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Duty Bound – 11/1 – bet365

Duty Bound, a five-year-old trained by J P Flavin and ridden by Shane O’Callaghan, has shown glimpses of potential. A former flat winner in the UK, he could improve from his recent handicap bow.

Hypersonic Missile – 7/2 – Betvictor

Hypersonic Missile, trained by Gavin Cromwell and ridden by Conor Stone-Walsh, has been consistent with solid runs at Punchestown and Sligo. Despite a 2lb rise, he remains a strong contender.

Riyami – 9/4 – Unibet

Riyami, trained by Denis Gerard Hogan and ridden by Philip Donovan, improved significantly on the all-weather over winter. His good hurdles comeback at Kilbeggan makes him a solid choice.

Burru – 18/1 – bet365

Burru, a six-year-old trained by Bernard Martin Crowley and ridden by Philip Byrnes, has shown some ability in points and maiden hurdles. His handicap debut could see improvement.

My Policy – 18/1 – Betvictor

My Policy, ridden by Patrick M O’Brien and trained by Patrick Rooney, has shown promise on one of three maiden hurdle runs. He might be worth a look on his handicap debut.

Sharetheknowledge – 16/1 – Unibet

Sharetheknowledge, trained by Paul Tobin and ridden by John Shinnick, has displayed ability in one of four maiden hurdles. After being pulled up last time, he has something to prove.

Inforapenny – 4/1 – bet365

Inforapenny, trained by Mark Fahey and ridden by Aidan Kelly, won this race in 2022 and has shown decent form over hurdles and fences. He is a strong contender to repeat his success.

Hill Rocket – 14/1 – Betvictor

Hill Rocket, a six-year-old trained by Cian Collins and ridden by Danny Gilligan, has been soundly beaten in three handicaps. He needs to find improvement to compete here.

Kincade – 28/1 – Unibet

Kincade, trained by John C McConnell and ridden by Dylan Kidd, has shown little over hurdles and was well beaten on the flat. He is difficult to fancy.

Sovereign Duke – 16/1 – bet365

Sovereign Duke, trained by John Joseph Hanlon and ridden by Harry Sexton, did not run badly at Tipperary but needs to rebound from a fall at Listowel.

Desperado Genie – 25/1 – Betvictor

Desperado Genie, ridden by Liam McKenna and trained by Cian Collins, has pulled up in his last two handicaps on soft ground. He requires significant improvement.

Glenriver – 14/1 – Unibet

Glenriver, trained by Dermot A McLoughlin and ridden by Michael J Molloy, was fourth at Downpatrick in April but has disappointed since. A return to form is needed.

Television – 14/1 – bet365

Television, a six-year-old trained by Hugh Paul Finegan and ridden by Jack Kearney, has had very little racing recently but showed promise on his comeback. He could improve further.

Evies Court – 28/1 – Betvictor

Evies Court, trained by Noel C Kelly and ridden by Niall Moore, has shown little in four maiden hurdle runs and needs significant improvement.

Verdict

Riyami stands out due to his solid hurdles comeback at Kilbeggan and improvement over the winter. He looks well-positioned to secure a victory in this competitive race.

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Bellewstown 20:00

Seamus Mulvaney Bookmaker, Crockafotha (Q.R.) Race

  •  4yo+, 9 Runners
  •  Flat,Turf , 1m 4f 71y , GOOD, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £7,696, 2nd £2,478, 3rd £1,174, 4th £522, 5th £261, 6th £130

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Dollar Value – 9/1 – bet365

Dollar Value, a nine-year-old trained by T G McCourt and ridden by Liam McKenna, delivered a solid performance with a second-place finish at Downpatrick. He has the potential to build on that and be a key player if he stays this trip.

Getaway Charlie – 8/1 – Betvictor

Getaway Charlie, an eight-year-old, trained by Timothy Doyle and ridden by Mr. D Doyle, was fourth last time out. He will need to improve slightly but remains a contender.

Donkey Years – 11/2 – Unibet

Donkey Years, a ten-year-old trained by E McNamara and ridden by Conor McNamara, has been consistent with recent second and third places. He has the form to be competitive, despite a small rise in the handicap.

Everglow – 7/1 – bet365

Everglow, trained by Ian Patrick Donoghue and ridden by Keith Donoghue, returned with a promising third at Punchestown. This nine-year-old could improve further and is worth watching.

Como Park – 5/1 – Betvictor

Como Park, a five-year-old trained by Henry De Bromhead and ridden by Rachael Blackmore, finished fourth in a competitive Punchestown handicap. If he stays the extra distance, he has a strong chance.

Cozone – 14/1 – Unibet

Cozone, a seven-year-old trained by Matthew J Smith and ridden by Danny Gilligan, needs to bounce back after being pulled up over fences. A return to hurdling might see him back to form.

Un Des Flos – 33/1 – bet365

Un Des Flos, trained by H Rogers and ridden by Kieren Buckley, has been off the track for a while. This six-year-old will need to show considerable improvement to feature here.

Ceroc – 12/1 – Betvictor

Ceroc, trained by E J O’Grady and ridden by Danny Mullins, put in a fine effort at Killarney but pulled up at Listowel. If he can recapture his earlier form, he could be a contender.

Mister Beeton – 20/1 – Unibet

Mister Beeton, a seven-year-old trained by Shane Nolan and ridden by Shane Fitzgerald, has not been in great form this year. He will need to find improvement to be competitive.

Story Rory – 28/1 – bet365

Story Rory, a nine-year-old trained by Thomas Gibney and ridden by Darragh O’Keeffe, won at Tramore last summer but has been absent since. His return to form will be critical.

Big Debates – 16/1 – Betvictor

Big Debates, trained by Robert Tyner and ridden by Phillip Enright, found 2m3f too short at Punchestown. The longer trip should suit him better in this race.

Donacheady Gale – 5/1 – Unibet

Donacheady Gale, a ten-year-old trained by John Patrick Ryan and ridden by J J Slevin, was just denied at Kilbeggan in cheekpieces last time. He remains a strong contender without the headgear.

Andys Flame – 18/1 – bet365

Andys Flame, trained by John C McConnell and ridden by Ben Harvey, ran well at times in defeat last year. He could be competitive off this mark if ready after a break.

Futurum Regem – 9/1 – Betvictor

Futurum Regem, an eight-year-old trained by Hugh Paul Finegan and ridden by Jack Kearney, has not raced much recently. He is dropping down the handicap but needs a revival.

Riggs – 33/1 – Unibet

Riggs, trained by P Cluskey and ridden by Sean O’Keeffe, has been regressive in the last two seasons. He is best watched on his return to action.

Club Manager – 7/1 – bet365

Club Manager, a four-year-old trained by Gavin Cromwell and ridden by Sean Flanagan, has shown solid form up to 2m4f. He has a chance if he can stay this longer trip.

Verdict

Everglow is our top pick based on his promising return at Punchestown. He looks poised to improve and can be a strong contender in this competitive race.

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Bellewstown 20:30

J.H. McLoughlin Oil INH Flat Race

  •  4yo+, 8 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 1f 40y , GOOD
  •  Winner £5,900, 2nd £1,900, 3rd £900, 4th £400, 5th £200, 6th £100

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Jackson Lamb – 6/4 – bet365

Jackson Lamb, trained by John C McConnell and ridden by Mr P W Mullins, impressed with a commanding victory in a Downpatrick bumper. With potential for further improvement, he is a significant contender.

The Passing Wife – 15/8 – Betvictor

The Passing Wife, under the guidance of Gavin Cromwell and ridden by Mr D G Lavery, has been consistent, including a point-to-point win and solid bumper performances. She holds a strong chance here.

Gers Gigi – 2/1 – Unibet

Gers Gigi, trained by Gordon Elliott and ridden by Mr H C Swan, recently secured her first win at Downpatrick. Although facing stiffer competition, she is expected to run well.

Pepperpots – 33/1 – bet365

Pepperpots, with Mr B J Walsh riding for trainer Barry John Walsh, caused an upset by winning at 100/1 in a Downpatrick bumper but failed to replicate that form at Punchestown.

Getaway Blondie – 50/1 – Betvictor

Getaway Blondie, trained by Adrian Sexton and ridden by Mr C Lamon, is by a decent sire but was unsold at auction. Best watched for future potential.

Peg Of The Hills – 50/1 – Unibet

Peg Of The Hills, trained by Conor O’Dwyer and ridden by Mr Finian Maguire, was well beaten on her bumper debut for her former yard. She is likely to need more time to show improvement.

Turn Of Abbey – 100/1 – bet365

Turn Of Abbey, trained by Anthony McCann and ridden by Mr J L Gleeson, finished well back in her debut bumper last month. She is unlikely to be a factor here.

Absolute Bliss – 66/1 – Betvictor

Absolute Bliss, trained by Paul Tobin and ridden by Mr Alan O’Sullivan, was well beaten in her debut at Ballinrobe. Significant improvement is needed for her to be competitive.

Verdict

Jackson Lamb is the standout choice, with a dominant victory at Downpatrick and Patrick Mullins taking the ride. He is well-positioned to continue his winning form in this race.

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