Kilbeggan Racecards Horse Racing Tips: Friday, 17th May 2024

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Kilbeggan 16:25

William Hill Play Responsibly Maiden Hurdle

  •  5yo+, 16 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m , GOOD, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £5,387, 2nd £1,735, 3rd £822, 4th £365, 5th £183, 6th £91

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  • 1. Camino Mission (16/1) – Bet365
  • A 6-year-old who has yet to win in 17 starts under both codes. Needs significant improvement to feature here.
  • 2. Dreamings Free (20/1) – Betvictor
  • This 5-year-old’s best effort was fourth at Limerick over 2m5f on heavy ground. Has potential but needs to show more.
  • 4. Glendine Billy (5/1) – Unibet
  • Finished tenth in a Fairyhouse handicap recently. Needs to rediscover form to be a contender in this maiden.
  • 5. If You Let Me (9/4) – Bet365
  • Showed promise in bumpers and finds a weak race for his hurdling debut. Could be the one to beat.
  • 6. Lynchy Boy (8/1) – Bet365
  • This 5-year-old was staying on in a Ballinrobe bumper and showed potential in a maiden hurdle. Worth considering.
  • 7. Manatee Du Brizais (25/1) – Betvictor
  • Has been running over longer distances without success. Needs to prove he can handle this trip.
  • 8. Manfredi (14/1) – Unibet
  • Ran below expectations on his hurdling debut. Needs to improve significantly to challenge.
  • 9. Minella Buddy (11/2) – Bet365
  • Hasn’t built on his promising debut but still merits consideration in this weaker race.
  • 10. Supreme Authority (14/1) – Betvictor
  • Has been well beaten in all four previous maidens but those races were won by good horses. Needs to step up.
  • 11. West Clare (33/1) – Betvictor
  • A 7-year-old who has shown little over hurdles. Hard to recommend based on current form.
  • 12. Andyourbirdcansing (13/2) – Unibet
  • Kept finding to finish a close fourth at Clonmel in a seven-runner maiden. Could be in the mix here.
  • 13. Golden Nugget (12/1) – Bet365
  • This 5-year-old has been disappointing overall and cheekpieces did not help last time out. Needs to show improvement.
  • 14. Knockaneleigh Girl (28/1) – Bet365
  • A 7-year-old point winner who has shown little in two handicaps since returning to rules racing. Needs to improve.

Verdict

If You Let Me looks promising for his hurdling debut and finds a weak field to compete against. Minella Buddy and Andyourbirdcansing could provide strong competition, while Glendine Billy might surprise if rediscovering form.

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Kilbeggan 17:00

William Hill Epic Boost Handicap Hurdle

  •  4yo+, 17 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m , GOOD, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £5,900, 2nd £1,900, 3rd £900, 4th £400, 5th £200, 6th £100

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  • 1. Action Motion (11/1) – Bet365
  • This 5-year-old hasn’t been in top form lately and was well beaten in a claimer last month. Needs to rediscover his old form.
  • 2. Swelltime (10/1) – Unibet
  • An 8-year-old who is on a decent mark but his current form is questionable, having not shown much in his recent races.
  • 3. Burren Song (6/1) – Bet365
  • This 6-year-old has shown ability on the flat and looks to bring that form over hurdles on his handicap debut.
  • 4. Mattie’s Mountain (20/1) – Betvictor
  • Hasn’t won since 2020 and was last seen failing to make an impact in a Fairyhouse handicap. Needs a significant turnaround.
  • 5. Master Player (11/2) – Unibet
  • Won a Bangor maiden in June but hasn’t raced since. Potential for improvement but the long layoff is a concern.
  • 6. Run For Harry (4/1) – Bet365
  • Consistent performer who has placed in his last two outings. Now fitted with cheekpieces which could help him go one better.
  • 7. Betty Dutton (6/1) – Betvictor
  • Soft ground hasn’t been ideal in her last two runs. Could be a major player if the ground suits her better this time.
  • 8. San Aer (10/1) – Bet365
  • This 6-year-old has ability on the flat but was well beaten in his recent handicap hurdle debut. Needs to improve.
  • 9. Flidais (8/1) – Unibet
  • A course maiden winner who bounced back to form with a second place at Ballinrobe. Can be competitive here.
  • 10. Splendid Choice (10/1) – Betvictor
  • Finished third in a Clonmel maiden, with the first and second horses since showing decent form. Worth considering.
  • 11. Only One Plan (25/1) – Bet365
  • Ran poorly at Clonmel after a break and needs to show significant improvement to be in the mix.
  • 12. Dylan Oak (14/1) – Unibet
  • A Roscommon handicap winner who struggled on his return from an absence at Naas. Needs to prove his fitness.
  • 13. Saynothinatall (20/1) – Betvictor
  • First sign of promise when ninth at Tipperary last month. Needs to build on that to be competitive here.
  • 14. Imadpour (14/1) – Bet365
  • Showed some promise with a sixth-place finish at Bellewstown, suggesting potential in handicap hurdles.

Verdict

Betty Dutton has the potential to bounce back on better ground and looks well-handicapped. Run For Harry and Master Player are likely contenders, with Flidais also expected to be in the mix.

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Kilbeggan 17:35

William Hill Epic Value Maiden Hurdle (Div I)

  •  4-5yo, 15 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 3f , GOOD, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £5,387, 2nd £1,735, 3rd £822, 4th £365, 5th £183, 6th £91

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  • 1. Oh So Charming (9/4) – Bet365
  • Won on the flat in the UK in 2022, showing promise. His hurdling debut at Tramore was decent, and he should improve over this trip.
  • 2. Depalma (7/2) – Betvictor
  • Finished 19 lengths behind in a stronger maiden at Tipperary last time out. Improvement is expected in this less competitive field.
  • 3. Silent Dawn (50/1) – Unibet
  • This 5-year-old has been well beaten in both his hurdle and bumper outings. A major turnaround is needed to contend.
  • 4. Win Some Lose Some (28/1) – Bet365
  • Showed some ability on debut but was well beaten on heavy ground next time out. Better ground may help improve his performance.
  • 5. Winston’s Way (25/1) – Betvictor
  • Debuting for a stable that has a good record with newcomers. Worth watching the market for any positive signs.
  • 6. Kanpai (12/1) – Unibet
  • A 35,000 euro purchase, half-brother to two decent National Hunt winners. One to consider on his racecourse debut.
  • 7. Mortimer Duke (6/1) – Bet365
  • Bought for 12,000 guineas, this gelding is a half-brother to two flat winners. Sire’s influence for stamina makes him a player.
  • 8. Real Empire (8/1) – Betvictor
  • Placed in two bumpers but was tailed off on hurdling debut. The drop in class should help his chances.
  • 9. The Rebel County (40/1) – Unibet
  • Nice pedigree but was beaten a long way on debut at Killarney just five days ago. Improvement needed.
  • 10. Two Become One (12/1) – Bet365
  • Beaten favorite in two points in the UK, then purchased for 2,000 pounds. Needs to show more under rules.
  • 11. Awakino (11/1) – Betvictor
  • Showed a glimpse of ability on the flat and in his sole hurdle start. Needs to improve but could surprise.
  • 12. Celtic Crossing (25/1) – Unibet
  • First foal by a useful sire and out of a hurdle/chase winner. Likely to need the run and best watched for now.
  • 13. Kp’s Ladyofknock (40/1) – Bet365
  • Well beaten on heavy ground on debut last month. Needs significant improvement to feature here.

Verdict

Depalma has shown potential in stronger maidens and is expected to improve in this race. Oh So Charming is another likely contender based on his flat form and decent hurdling debut. Mortimer Duke and Real Empire also have the ability to be competitive.

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Kilbeggan 18:10

William Hill Epic Value Maiden Hurdle (Div II)

  •  4-5yo, 16 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 3f , GOOD, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £5,387, 2nd £1,735, 3rd £822, 4th £365, 5th £183, 6th £91

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  • 1. Gaucher (7/4) – Bet365
  • Gaucher, trained by W P Mullins, had a good run in his hurdling and Irish debut after two flat wins in France. He’s a strong contender here.
  • 2. Brave Fortune (3/1) – Betvictor
  • Brave Fortune, a point-to-point winner, put in a great performance when second in his last hurdle race. He is the one to beat.
  • 3. Donnie Devito (20/1) – Unibet
  • Donnie Devito has shown some promise in bumpers but needs to step up on his hurdling debut to make an impact.
  • 4. Haveigotnewsforyou (14/1) – Bet365
  • Not a bad effort on debut in a Fairyhouse maiden hurdle. Improvement could see him feature prominently.
  • 5. Jhentong Enki (6/1) – Betvictor
  • A point winner, Jhentong Enki has put in decent performances in two maiden hurdles and a bumper, making him one to consider.
  • 6. Mr Dibbs (28/1) – Unibet
  • Mr Dibbs was second in a maiden hurdle here last year but has shown mixed form in bumpers. Needs to bounce back.
  • 7. Olympy De Cerisy (10/1) – Bet365
  • A point winner with solid runs in three bumpers, Olympy De Cerisy can be competitive on his hurdling debut.
  • 8. Topgun Simmy (14/1) – Betvictor
  • Topgun Simmy has placed in three bumpers and looked set for third before unseating at Kilbeggan last autumn.
  • 9. Zulu Mike (40/1) – Unibet
  • Third in a Clonmel maiden but found the competition too tough at Punchestown. This race might suit him better.
  • 10. Heroes Rise (25/1) – Bet365
  • A point winner, Heroes Rise was well beaten in a Fairyhouse maiden hurdle. Needs to improve significantly.
  • 11. Ilbdare (33/1) – Betvictor
  • Beaten by a considerable margin on his hurdling debut. Major improvement is necessary to feature here.
  • 12. Phoenix Belle (14/1) – Unibet
  • Placed in a point-to-point but was a well-beaten favorite on his hurdling debut. Needs to step up his game.
  • 13. Rock On Dolly (40/1) – Bet365
  • Well beaten in two maiden hurdles, Rock On Dolly might be better suited to handicaps in the future.

Verdict

Brave Fortune has the form to take this race, building on his strong second at Tipperary. Gaucher is expected to challenge strongly, while Jhentong Enki and Olympy De Cerisy also have solid claims based on their previous performances.

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Kilbeggan 18:45

Kilbeggan Handicap Hurdle

  •  4yo+, 11 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 3m 50y , GOOD, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £11,287, 2nd £3,635, 3rd £1,722, 4th £765, 5th £383, 6th £191

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  • 1. Happy Jacky (9/1) – Bet365
  • Happy Jacky, trained by Mark Fahey, has shown promise with a second-place finish last year. Sean Flanagan rides him today, and he has potential to place again.
  • 2. Vina Ardanza (3/1) – Betvictor
  • Vina Ardanza, under the guidance of Gordon Elliott, has achieved higher figures over hurdles. With Jake Coen claiming 5lb, he looks poised for a strong performance over this trip.
  • 3. Bardenstown Lad (7/1) – Unibet
  • Bardenstown Lad hasn’t found it easy over fences but wasn’t at his best last seen over hurdles. Keith Donoghue rides for Gavin Cromwell today.
  • 4. Lisnamult Lad (5/1) – Bet365
  • Lisnamult Lad, trained by Ian Patrick Donoghue, could still have potential at this trip. Donagh Meyler takes the ride, and a hood is applied for the first time.
  • 5. Getaway Charlie (10/1) – Betvictor
  • Getaway Charlie was running well before an unfortunate fall at Punchestown. With Mr. D Doyle claiming 7lb, he can be a contender if he stays on his feet.
  • 6. Ottizzini (4/1) – Unibet
  • Ottizzini has been in top form lately, with Kilbeggan likely to suit her front-running style. J J Slevin rides for trainer S R B Crawford.
  • 7. Starzov (11/1) – Bet365
  • Starzov has run well in handicaps and faced a tough assignment when last seen. Simon Torrens rides for P J Rothwell.
  • 8. Donkey Years (6/1) – Betvictor
  • Donkey Years shaped better back over hurdles at Wexford (3m, yielding) and is on a good mark. Conor McNamara rides for E McNamara.
  • 9. Futurum Regem (12/1) – Unibet
  • Futurum Regem had a fair return on the Flat recently. Nothing wrong with his mark back over hurdles. John Shinnick claims 7lb for Hugh Paul Finegan.
  • 10. Ossifer Hops (11/1) – Bet365
  • Ossifer Hops has lost his way in handicaps but tries 3m given his pointing background. Sam Ewing rides for Gordon Elliott.
  • 11. The Little Yank (12/1) – Betvictor
  • The Little Yank extended his losing run when well beaten over fences at Killarney. Daniel King claims 7lb for trainer John Patrick Ryan.

Verdict

Ottizzini should find Kilbeggan’s track to her liking given her prominent racing style and strong form. Vina Ardanza is expected to be a major threat, while Lisnamult Lad and Donkey Years also have strong claims based on their recent performances.

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Kilbeggan 19:20

Cooke’s Bar And Restaurant Caragh Beginners Chase

  •  4yo+, 17 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 4f 90y , GOOD, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £5,900, 2nd £1,900, 3rd £900, 4th £400, 5th £200, 6th £100

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  • 1. Clifftop (11/2) – Betvictor
  • Clifftop, an 8-year-old trained by H Rogers, ran well in his recent chase debut at Down Royal. With Ricky Doyle riding, he has potential to be competitive here.
  • 2. Hard Target (15/2) – Bet365
  • Hard Target, under the guidance of David Harry Kelly, made an encouraging chase debut at Tramore. With Cian Quirke claiming 5lb, he could make an impact.
  • 3. Hunting Brook (9/2) – Unibet
  • Hunting Brook, a 7-year-old from Gordon Elliott’s yard, showed capability over hurdles and ran well last week. Danny Gilligan, claiming 3lb, takes the ride.
  • 4. Irish Envoy (12/1) – Bet365
  • Irish Envoy, trained by Liz Doyle, transitions to chasing after a break. Sean Flanagan is on board, and his hurdling form suggests he could be a contender.
  • 5. Iron Allen (20/1) – Betvictor
  • Iron Allen, trained by Ciaran Murphy, was behind on his second chase start at Tramore. E Walsh rides, and improvement is needed for a better finish.
  • 6. Jasmin De Cotte (3/1) – Unibet
  • Jasmin De Cotte, from Paul Nolan’s stable, made a promising chase debut at Down Royal. Jordan Gainford rides, and the horse looks to build on that performance.
  • 7. Lucky Policy (40/1) – Bet365
  • Lucky Policy, trained by Paul W Flynn, was tailed off in a beginners’ chase at Ballinrobe. Shane Fitzgerald takes the ride, but major improvement is needed.
  • 8. Perfect Pupil (20/1) – Betvictor
  • Perfect Pupil, under Stephen McConville’s training, won a low-grade hurdle in March. Kieren Buckley rides, and the horse needs to improve significantly over fences.
  • 9. The Lucky Lobster (12/1) – Unibet
  • The Lucky Lobster, trained by Declan Queally, makes his chase debut. Kevin Sexton rides, and a better effort is needed to be competitive.
  • 10. Thunder (18/1) – Bet365
  • Thunder, trained by John Patrick Ryan, has been tailed off in recent runs. Daniel King rides, and improvement is necessary for a better performance.
  • 11. Warm In Gorey (7/1) – Betvictor
  • Warm In Gorey, trained by P J Rothwell, showed capability over hurdles and had a decent chase debut at Wexford. Darragh O’Keeffe rides, and the horse has potential.
  • 12. Dragon’s Pass (20/1) – Unibet
  • Dragon’s Pass, trained by Mrs. Denise Foster, had a forgettable chase debut and a poor return to hurdling. Sam Ewing rides, and a much better performance is required.
  • 13. Emily In Paris (11/1) – Bet365
  • Emily In Paris, trained by D E Fitzgerald, was a dual-winning hurdler last year. Michael O’Sullivan rides, and if she takes to fences, she could be a contender.
  • 14. Theonewedreamof (16/1) – Betvictor
  • Theonewedreamof, trained by Gavin Cromwell, has respectable hurdling form. Keith Donoghue rides, and while not bred for chasing, she might have a say in the race.

Verdict

Jasmin De Cotte looks promising after a good start over fences at Down Royal and is expected to perform well. Hunting Brook is also a strong contender given his recent form and family background in chasing. Warm In Gorey and Emily In Paris have the potential to be competitive if they adapt well to fences.

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Kilbeggan 19:55

William Hill Extra Places Daily Handicap Chase

  •  5yo+, 13 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 4f 90y , GOOD, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £8,465, 2nd £2,726, 3rd £1,291, 4th £574, 5th £287, 6th £143

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  • 1. Gracchus De Balme (3/1) – Betvictor
  • Gracchus De Balme, an 8-year-old trained by Joseph Patrick O’Brien, ran well in his last two handicap chases and looks to build on that form. J J Slevin rides.
  • 2. Take All (8/1) – Bet365
  • Take All, trained by John Joseph Hanlon, had a fine run at Cork but needs to rebound from a below-par effort at Ayr. Shane Fenelon, claiming 7lb, is on board.
  • 3. Farmers Lodge (7/2) – Unibet
  • Farmers Lodge, under Barry Connell’s care, drops in class and steps up in trip after being well-beaten in a Grade 3. Michael O’Sullivan takes the ride.
  • 4. Railway Hurricane (10/1) – Bet365
  • Railway Hurricane, from Gavin Cromwell’s yard, has placed many times over fences but has only one win in 27 starts. Keith Donoghue is in the saddle.
  • 5. Motown Maggie (12/1) – Betvictor
  • Motown Maggie, a dual chase winner, returns after over a year away. Gordon Elliott trains, with Danny Gilligan claiming 3lb.
  • 6. Calico (6/1) – Unibet
  • Calico, trained by Gordon Elliott, had a strong novice campaign last year. Sam Ewing rides, and the horse is looking to regain that form.
  • 7. The Dasher Conway (18/1) – Bet365
  • The Dasher Conway, trained by Mrs Gillian Callaghan, has struggled over hurdles and fences lately. Donagh Meyler rides, hoping to bring him back to form.
  • 8. Pat Coyne (14/1) – Betvictor
  • Pat Coyne, trained by John Queally, was inconsistent last year but had a decent hurdle return. Darragh O’Keeffe rides, needing his best effort.
  • 9. Wellington Hill (14/1) – Unibet
  • Wellington Hill, under Ms Margaret Mullins, has had some good runs over fences. Danny Mullins rides, and the horse handles good ground well.
  • 10. El Champo (14/1) – Bet365
  • El Champo, trained by P J Rothwell, had decent runs in novice chases but was well-beaten back over hurdles last time. James O’Sullivan rides.
  • 11. Neveradullmoment (8/1) – Betvictor
  • Neveradullmoment, trained by J P Dempsey, might not have stayed 4m at Punchestown last time. Mark Walsh rides, and he has a chance on some earlier form.
  • 12. Casey West (22/1) – Unibet
  • Casey West, from P J Rothwell’s yard, won a Clonmel hunter chase but was well-beaten at Punchestown last time. Simon Torrens is in the saddle.
  • 13. Sargent Lightfoot (22/1) – Bet365
  • Sargent Lightfoot, trained by Adrian Murray, won a novice here in 2022. Sean Flanagan rides, but he is likely best watched returning from an absence.

Verdict

Farmers Lodge is well-fancied to perform strongly, dropping in class and stepping up in trip. Gracchus De Balme also holds good form and is expected to be a major player. Calico and Wellington Hill are potential threats, particularly if they can regain their best form.

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Kilbeggan 20:30

Racing Again June 2nd (Pro/Am) INH Flat Race

  •  4yo+, 16 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 3f , GOOD, Good to yielding in places
  •  Winner £5,130, 2nd £1,652, 3rd £783, 4th £348, 5th £174, 6th £87

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  • 1. Custom Taylor (9/4) – Unibet
  • Custom Taylor, trained by Declan Queally and ridden by Declan Queally Jr., has shown promise with a second-place finish at Cork. This race suits him well.
  • 2. Dacman (5/6) – Bet365
  • Dacman, from W P Mullins’ stable, is the half-brother to the top-class bumper and hurdle winner Sir Gerhard. Miss J Townend rides this well-regarded horse.
  • 3. Dairy Force (33/1) – Betvictor
  • Dairy Force, ridden by Mr Finian Maguire and trained by Liam G O’Brien, showed a little promise on debut but was well-beaten at Fairyhouse.
  • 4. Dixie Mafia (14/1) – Bet365
  • Dixie Mafia, with Mr P A King in the saddle, has shown ability in point-to-point races. Trained by P M J Doyle, he could surprise in this race.
  • 5. Faithful Follower (33/1) – Unibet
  • Faithful Follower, trained by Paul Hennessy and ridden by Niall Prendergast, finished last on his only start at Punchestown and needs to show improvement.
  • 6. Gambling Glory (33/1) – Bet365
  • Gambling Glory, trained by I Madden and ridden by Mr J P Sampson, has not impressed in previous bumpers and now wears blinkers for the first time.
  • 7. Hestheboycandoit (33/1) – Betvictor
  • Hestheboycandoit, trained by S Michael Millar and ridden by Shane Fenelon, finished last in a point-to-point and a Fairyhouse hurdle, requiring significant improvement.
  • 8. I Am Emperor (25/1) – Unibet
  • I Am Emperor, under the guidance of E Sheehy and ridden by Mr R Sugrue, failed to finish in his only point-to-point start, making him a risky bet.
  • 9. Lovely Hurling (10/1) – Bet365
  • Lovely Hurling, trained by C A Murphy and ridden by Mr Derek O’Connor, finished seventh in a Fairyhouse hurdle and needs to step up his performance here.
  • 10. Rocco Boyo (11/1) – Betvictor
  • Rocco Boyo, with Mr D G Lavery riding for trainer Adrian Murray, has shown promise, particularly when second in a Limerick bumper. He has potential in this race.
  • 11. Rubies Or Gold (25/1) – Bet365
  • Rubies Or Gold, from Ms Margaret Mullins’ yard and ridden by Mr C Mullins, finished sixth at Killarney four days ago, needing improvement to be competitive here.
  • 12. Chief O’Hara (25/1) – Unibet
  • Chief O’Hara, trained by John C McConnell and ridden by Mr Finn Buckley, is out of a winning hurdler dam and could show potential on debut.
  • 13. Take To The Air (18/1) – Bet365
  • Take To The Air, trained by Ciaran Murphy and ridden by Mr T Hamilton, is a half-brother to a useful hurdle/chase winner and may be worth watching.
  • 14. Doyen Og (40/1) – Betvictor
  • Doyen Og, under the care of Adrian Sexton and ridden by Mr C Lamon, was tailed off at Tipperary and needs to show significant improvement.
  • 15. Glownado (33/1) – Unibet
  • Glownado, trained by Darren Collins and ridden by Mr J Costello, is the first foal of a 2m hurdle-winning dam, making his debut.
  • 16. Westandtogether (33/1) – Bet365
  • Westandtogether, trained by Mrs Denise Foster and ridden by Miss F Leaney, is a sister to a point and hurdle winner, making her debut in this race.

Verdict

Dacman stands out due to his impressive pedigree, being a half-brother to Sir Gerhard and trained by W P Mullins. Custom Taylor looks strong based on his recent performances, while Lovely Hurling and Rocco Boyo could also make an impact if they perform to their potential.

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