The social sharing buttons have been hidden due to cookie preferences. Please allow functional cookies for this to work.
*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change
Winner of a handicap chase at the Galway festival, VADO FORTE may make race-fitness count in a likely duel with Wonder Laish. The Charles Byrnes-trained was a smart handicap hurdler in his younger days, and it will be interesting to see what the market makes of his chance on his first run since last October.
WELCOME TO PADDY POWER NEWS!
Killarney runner-up Figaruso sets the standard but Gordon Elliott’s CALICO looks a likely type on pedigree and can make a winning debut. Charlie Luciano is also of interest after a good run on the level at Leopardstown.
Gordon Elliott has given NONBINDING plenty of time since he bled at Punchestown during the winter. The half-brother to Ferny Hollow faces another a well-related sort in Sir Prince Edmond, a half-brother to the versatile Jason The Militant. Nos Na Gaoithe and Evergreen And Red boast decent form but may not be quite good enough in an interesting maiden for this venue.
Top weight LISTENTILLITELLYEA went very close at Galway and is tipped to cope again with fifth-placed Delightfantastic who had previously beaten him at Tipperary, earning a big hike in the ratings. Virtual Hug looks interesting in his first handicap. Peace Party was second here on two occasions in May and could feature again.
STUDY THE FORM IN STYLE & GET ALL THE RESULTS YOU NEED FIRST
CHECK OUT OUR SNAZZYRACECARDSFOR EVERY RACE, EVERY DAY
If she’s not flattered by her fourth in a good novice hurdle at the Galway festival, SHE IS ELECTRIC (nap) can take this. Vinnie Is Busy sets the standard and comes here on the back of a good effort over fences at Limerick.
Having run a blinder at Wexford on Friday, Florey Spud is an obvious contender along with hat-trick seeker The Holmeister but the vote goes to ROBINDEVIDASTAR who caught the eye when a never-nearer sixth at Kilbeggan last time.
It’s possible that this sort of trip is what NOBLE BIRTH needs after his rallying third over 2m6f at Galway and he can get the better of proven stayers Ballyadam Destiny and Bronson In Blue.