Horse racing Lucky 15 – Tuesday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will mark your card, providing a preview of the day’s racing and offering what the experts feel will be the value bets of the day.

After Monday’s 7/2 winning NAP, take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Tuesday, November 1, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

DODGING BULLETS (Exeter 2.20) is giving away plenty of weight to his seven rivals in the Grade 2 Haldon Gold Cup, which is the feature race on a day otherwise bereft of quality racing. Paul Nicholls has won this race five times in the past and relies this time on the former champion chaser. This will be his seasonal debut, having finished third to Sprinter Sacre in the Grade 1 Celebration Chase at Sandown when last seen in April. Despite his hefty weight, the eight-year-old has gone well when fresh in the past and there is no reason to think he won’t do so again. Hopefully he can put last season behind him, when he had a troubled preparation in defence of his title and ran only three times without success.

JAN DE HEEM (Redcar 3.40) gets the nod to land the 1m6f handicap, a trip which none of the 12 runners have ever scored over. However, the selection, trained by Tina Jackson, has run well over a similar trip at Catterick on his last two runs, and was just touched off by Miss Tree in a similar class last time. Though a 3lb rise does not help, the selection appears to have benefitted from a step up in trip and with plenty of his rivals seemingly struggling for from, he has enough in his favour to warrant selection.

NONNO GIULIO (Redcar 1.40) has been largely consistent this summer, winning twice and running some fair races in defeat, albeit at a relatively lowly level. Having scored here in a 7f apprentices’ handicap last month, he was a little unlucky to follow up in a 1m seller at this track, which he appears to favour. Though out of his depth in a couple of big field handicaps at York and Nottingham subsequently, Roger Fell drops the five-year-old gelding back into selling company again and he should not be far away in this 1m affair if handling the good to soft ground.

LIFE ON MARS (Wolverhampton 2.00) is dropped in grade to a Class 6 nursery, having been sent off favourite for a Class 5 event at Yarmouth last time and finishing two lengths adrift of Hope Against Hope. That was his nursery debut and he ran off a mark of 66 there, but despite being ridden handy, he did not have much to offer in the final furlong. The suspicion was that the soft ground may have taxed the stamina of the William Haggas-trained juvenile. Down 1lb, he still has a little to prove on an all-weather surface, but division one of this 7f nursery does not look a great race and the drop in class may help boost his confidence.

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OTHER SELECTIONS:

EXETER: 1.20 Plantagenet, 1.50 Resolution Bay, 2.20 DODGING BULLETS (NAP), 2.50 Emerging Force, 3.20 Fort Worth, 3.50 Mighty Leader, 4.20 Bonvilston Boy

KEMPTON PARK: 4.40 Jersey Jewel, 5.10 Prosecution, 5.40 Dominating, 6.10 Music Major, 6.40 Captain Courageous, 7.10 Mazzini, 7.40 Veeraya, 8.10 Halling’s Wish

REDCAR: 12.40 Peaceful Passage, 1.10 Iron Islands, 1.40 Nonno Giulio, 2.10 Kirkham, 2.40 Imshivalla, 3.10 Hard To Handel, 3.40 Jan De Heem (nb), 4.10 Slim Chance

WOLVERHAMPTON: 1.30 Lady Molly, 2.00 Life On Mars, 2.30 Areyoutheway, 3.00 For Shia And Lula, 3.30 Upstaging, 4.00 Stanley, 4.30 Golden Isles, 5.00 Caledonia Laird

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Monday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will mark your card, providing a preview of the day’s racing and offering what the experts feel will be the value bets of the day.

Take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Monday, October 24, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

ALQAMAR (Redcar 2.50) can probably book his place on the plane to Dubai for the winter by winning the 1m1f maiden. The Charlie Appleby-trained juvenile, a grandson of the dual Classic winner Kazzia, is not one of the leading lights in the Godolphin battalions but showed plenty in two starts to think he can at least win at this level. The son of Dubawi stuck on well behind the odds-on Star Archer at Haydock on his debut and again over a mile at Newmarket, was not beaten far by Eiminent. He is bred to stay further and while today’s trip may still be on the sharp side, it should be within his compass.

CHIPPING (Redcar 1.50) had the dogs barking ahead of his debut in a 6f all-weather maiden at Newcastle a couple of weeks ago. However, the Michael Dods-trained son of Dark Angel, who cost 90,000 Euro as a yearling, and was strong in the market, finished third to El Hombre. He was away from the pace on the stands’ side, so had excuses and in the circumstances shaped quite well. That was a fair start and he should be able to build upon it.

TAWDEEA (Leicester 4.20) has enjoyed a good summer, winning three times for David O’Meara, twice in soft ground and once on the all-weather. The progressive four-year-old has risen in the weights as a result of his victories (which included the Old Newton Cup) and while dropped 2lb subsequently after two disappointing runs off a mark of 104 at Goodwood and York, both runs came on ground that was a shade too quick. The Intikhab gelding was much better off a break when back to 1m2f here earlier this month, when beaten a length and a half by Fabricate. He goes off the same mark of 102 in a competitive 1m4f handicap, but the good to soft ground should be in his favour and equipping him with first-time cheek-pieces could bring forth improvement.

BLUE CLIFFS (Redcar 4.30) may be good enough to take the 7f maiden for Michael Appleby’s yard. The son of Canford Cliffs made his debut in a five-runner event in good to soft ground, but found things happening a little too quickly for him over the 6f trip. Though fourth, he stayed on quite well, showing enough ability to think he would progress on his next outing. Appleby pitches him into a 7f maiden today and of those seven rivals that have run, his form stands up as well as any.

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OTHER SELECTIONS:

AYR: 2.00 Progress Drive, 2.30 Ckalco Des Loges, 3.05 St Gregory, 3.35 Oscatara, 4.10 Newtown Lad, 4.40 Captain Sam

LEICESTER: 1.40 Imperial City, 2.10 Royal Cosmic, 2.40 Spirit Of Zeb, 3.15 El Vip, 3.45 Contentment, 4.20 Tawdeea, 4.50 Defining Moment, 5.20 Poor Duke

REDCAR: 1.50 Chipping (nb), 2.20 Climax, 2.50 ALQAMAR (NAP), 3.25 Italian Beauty, 3.55 Young Tom, 4.30 Blue Cliffs, 5.00 Bold Spirit, 5.30 Tricky Dicky

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Friday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will mark your card, providing a preview of the day’s racing and offering what the experts feel will be the value bets of the day.

Take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Friday, October 14, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

ROLLING MAUL (Fakenham 3.15) has not always been a sound proposition over fences, having had a bad experience on his first try when sliding into a ditch at Aintree. That dented his confidence, but Peter Bowen has done plenty of schooling with him since, and it appears to have reaped dividends. He looked far more assured when scoring over 3m in a novices’ chase at Bangor last month when beating three rivals comprehensively. Wat he actually beat is arguable, but he stayed on well and should be a fair price as he takes a step up in class for the extended 2m5f novices’ chase.

BIG STORM COMING (Redcar 4.00) went close over 1m at Chelmsford last time, having previously landed a 7f Thirsk handicap off a mark of 62. He was a little unlucky not to follow up off a 6lb higher mark, having finished fast and late after having to be switched to challenge in a bunched-up field. Jim Crowley, who is mathematically assured of the title after riding a double at Brighton yesterday, takes the ride aboard the David Brown-trained six-year-old, who can defy a mark of 69 in the 7f handicap.

ROUGE DEVILS (Wincanton 4.45) has a fair chance of upsetting the likely favourite Muirfield in the 2m5f maiden hurdle. Paul Nicholls’ inmate was a well beaten third at Hereford last week on his first start since April, when landing his second point-to-point for Jack Barber. He came off the bridle a long way out and went backwards quickly when the pace increased. The feeling is he will come on a lot for the run and he will need to if he is to take a hand in the finish.

TALENT TO AMUSE (Haydock Park 5.30) should appreciate the step up to 2m, having run a couple of solid races in defeat at Newmarket (1m4f) and Chester (1m5½f). She bumped into a progressive filly in Pleasure Dome at Chester last time, having raced one off the rail on the tight left-handed track, so had her excuses. The Roger Varian-trained daughter of Manduro is probably the best of the sizable three-year-old contingent who take on older horses in the 0-85 handicap, but her mark of 81 looks exploitable.

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OTHER SELECTIONS:

FAKENHAM: 2.05 Throthethatch, 2.40 Alyasan, 3.15 ROLLING MAUL (NAP), 3.50 Newsworthy, 4.25 Keltus, 5.00 Highland Castle

HAYDOCK PARK: 1.30 Benediction, 2.00 Glacier Point, 2.35 Eccleston, 3.10 Father Bertie, 3.45 Weekender, 4.20 Dubawi Prince, 4.55 Oceanus, 5.30 Talent To Amuse

REDCAR: 1.45 Wordsearch, 2.15 Springforth, 2.50 Khamaary, 3.25 Devon Drum, 4.00 Big Storm Coming (nb), 4.35 Desire, 5.05 Gabrielle, 5.35 Mcdelta

WINCANTON: 1.50 Mr Mcguiness, 2.25 Cliffs Of Dover, 3.00 Gentleman Jon, 3.35 Boher Lad, 4.10 Primo Rossi, 4.45 Rouge Devils

NEWCASTLE: 5.50 High Command, 6.20 Election Day, 6.50 Poolstock, 7.20 Manatee Bay, 7.50 Laila Honiwillow, 8.20 Heartstone, 8.50 Right Rebel, 9.20 Roaring Character

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Saturday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will mark your card, providing a preview of the day’s racing and offering what the experts feel will be the value bets of the day.

Take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Saturday, October 1, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

SHALAA (Ascot 3.05) was talked of in glowing terms by Frankie Dettori after he won last year’s Middle Park Stakes, the Italian jockey intimating that he was the best juvenile he had ever sat on. The John Gosden-trained Invincible Spirit colt won five races after his Newbury debut, including Group 2 victories in the July Stakes at Newmarket and the Richmond Stakes at Goodwood. He also took the Group 1 Prix Morny on very soft ground at Deauville last August. Ring rust is going to be the issue with this classy colt, who suffered a pelvic injury in April and has not been seen since last September. However, if near his best, he should take a bit of beating over this 6f in the Group 3 Bengough Stakes, especially since he is unpenalised for his Group 1 victories.

CITY OF JOY (Redcar 2.10) may not have relished the Good to Soft ground at Newbury when failing to cope with Swiss Storm on his second start. Odds-on that day following a solid start to his career at Sandown, he was simply beaten by a decent son of Frankel, but was much the best of the others. He holds an entry in the Racing Post Trophy, so is quite highly regarded by Sir Michael Stoute and with title-chasing Jim Crowley on board, a big run is expected in the 7f maiden.

SOCIETY RED (Newmarket 4.35) is one of 30 runners scheduled to line up for the 150,000 Tattersalls October Auction Stakes and one of a trio saddled by Richard Fahey. The fact that Paul Hanagan is booked for the Arcano colt signals plenty about his chance, although he will have to improve from his last outing when failing to give 7lb to Mister Belvedere when sent off favourite for a 7f novices’ event at Carlisle, having won on his debut at Thirsk. The ground is key. It was quick on the Rowley Mile last weekend and little has changed since.

ERVEDYA (Newmarket 4.00) can claim the Group 1 Kingdom of Bahrain Sun Chariot Stakes for France. Three times a winner at the highest level over this 1m trip last season, including when beating Found in the Coronation Stakes on Good to Firm ground at Ascot, she has been seen just three times this term and was not beaten far behind Ribchester in the Jacques Le Marois at Deauville in August. Jean-Claude Rouget has her back against her own sex today and while any moisture in the ground will help her cause, she should be able to put it up to likely favourite Alice Springs, who will be making her eighth start of the campaign.

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OTHER SELECTIONS

NEWMARKET: 1.45 Pivione, 2.15 Stellarta, 2.50 Carenot, 3.25 Malmoosa, 4.00 Ervedya, 4.35 Society Red, 5.10 Lustrous

ASCOT: 2.00 Mix And Mingle, 2.30 Duretto, 3.05 SHALAA (NAP), 3.40 Remarkable, 4.15 Priceless, 4.50 Distant Past

REDCAR: 2.10 City Of Joy (nb), 2.40 Thello, 3.15 Mazyoun, 3.50 So Beloved, 4.25 Dawn Mirage, 5.00 Age Of Elegance, 5.35 Bond Bombshell, 6.05 Fruit Salad

FONTWELL: 1.50 Yukon Delta, 2.20 Play The Ace, 2.55 Belize, 3.30 Top Cat Henry, 4.05 Affaire D’honneur, 4.40 Highbury High, 5.15 Reddington

WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.40 Perfectly Spirited, 6.10 Biologist, 6.40 Suqoor, 7.10 Alligator, 7.40 Izmir, 8.10 Cacica, 8.40 Gladys Cooper, 9.10 The Greedy Boy

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Wednesday’s top selections

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Take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Wednesday, September 21, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

SKY HUNTER (Goodwood 3.45) has had just one run since finishing down the field in last November’s Melbourne Cup, finishing a close-up third to Arab Spring in a Group 3 on the all-weather at Kempton 18 days ago. Saeed Bin Suroor’s inmate takes a drop in class today, contesting a 1m2f Listed prize with his trainer feeling he will have come on a lot for his previous run. The incomparable William Buick is reunited with the six-year-old who has won six of his 13 career starts.

FIRST UP (Kempton Park 6.40) can land division two of the 7f maiden for David Simcock. The Rip Van Winkle juvenile has the benefit of experience, having had two starts, staying on nicely after a tardy start when fifth to the useful Rivet at York before being headed in the last 150 yards by two useful sorts over that same course and distance earlier this month. He takes a firm hold but would have learned plenty and can make that experience pay.

ENGAGE (Goodwood 4.20) looks the one for the 1m6f fillies’ handicap. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained daughter of Pour Moi has not won since making her debut in August last year but has contested some tough handicaps and has been very competitive in doing so. She has run her best races with some cut in the ground and with overnight rain expected, she seems likely to build on her decent fourth to Colonel Classic over an inadequate 1m4f here last time.

RAY’S THE MONEY (Redcar 4.30) appears to hold a strong chance of landing division two of the 7f maiden for Michael Bell. He was fifth at Chester last time when well backed, but that was a much tougher assignment than he faces here, and he had previously bumped into a couple of decent juveniles in Geneva Convention at Ascot and Lockheed at Goodwood. A visor is applied today, which should help keep his mind on the job.

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OTHER SELECTIONS

GOODWOOD: 2.00 Dick Tracy, 2.35 Admiralty Arch, 3.10 Ocean Ready, 3.45 SKY HUNTER (NAP), 4.20 Engage, 4.55 Gorokai, 5.25 Archie Stevens

KEMPTON PARK: 5.40 Dark Hero, 6.10 Dutch Quality, 6.40 First Up, 7.10 Etikaal, 7.40 Secret Dreamer, 8.10 Fleeting Visit, 8.40 Dolphin Village, 9.10 Indus Valley

PERTH: 2.20 Lily Yeats, 2.55 Northandsouth, 3.30 No Win No Fee, 4.05 Alderbrook Lad, 4.40 Goodbye Dancer, 5.15 Milrow, 5.45 Mad Money

REDCAR: 2.10 Dream Team, 2.45 Moi Moi Moi, 3.20 Andalusite, 3.55 Reinstorm, 4.30 Ray’s The Money, 5.05 Kiwi Bay, 5.35 San Quentin, 6.05 Teetotal

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Tuesday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will provide you with a preview of the day’s racing, offering what the experts feel will be the value bets of the day.

After yet another winning NAP amid a plethora of winners on Monday, take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Tuesday, Sept 6, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

ORNATE (Leicester 2.30) has been expensive to follow since winning a Ripon maiden in July last year, having been a beaten favourite on four of his seven subsequent starts, including when touched off in the Group 2 Flying Childers last September. The Bahamian Bounty colt was beaten two lengths by the veteran Kingsgate Native over 5f at Nottingham last month in a similar Class 3 race when sporting a hood for the first time. The hood is retained but William Haggas equips the selection with a tongue-tie and it is hoped that this will make all the difference as he faces six rivals.

QEYAADAH (Leicester 4.00) landed a maiden on his 6f Newbury debut in May 2105 but has been joyless in five starts since. However, upped to 7f for his three-year-old debut at Epsom in June, following a nine-month lay-off after being gelded in the winter, Ed Dunlop’s representative showed plenty of promise. He was a little unlucky in finishing a close-up third to King’s Pavilion, having been squeezed for room approaching the furlong pole and looks to hold a fair chance in the 7f handicap off the same mark of 91.

ANGEL FACE (Worcester 4.10) has been placed in her last six starts over hurdles and the hop is she will get a deserved slice of luck in the 2m mares’ maiden hurdle. Paul Morgan’s runner was third behind Precision Five at Bangor over 2m3½f when last seen in July on ground that was plenty quick enough for her. She takes her chance in an ordinary-looking mares’ maiden were the ground should be in her favour.

SHERIFF GARRETT (Redcar 1.50) has been unfancied in all three starts in maidens but may be of interest now that he is eligible for nurseries (2yo handicaps). He ran better than the bare form of his fifth to Nepeta in 7f Musselburgh maiden suggested last month and Tim Easterby’s Lawman gelding gets in to the 7f event with a mark of 65, which he may well be able to exploit.

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OTHER SELECTIONS

LEICESTER: 2.00 Agathonia, 2.30 ORNATE (NAP), 3.00 Chevalier Du Lac, 3.30 English Summer, 4.00 Qeyaadah, 4.35 Farook, 5.05 Stoneboat Bill

PERTH: 5.10 Kashmiri Sunset, 5.40 Whats Up Woody, 6.10 Mirsaale, 6.40 Mountain King, 7.10 Thankyou Very Much, 7.40 Baysbrown

REDCAR: 1.50 Sheriff Garrett, 2.20 Lady Molly, 2.50 Enjoy Life, 3.20 Vallarta, 3.50 Victoire De Lyphar, 4.20 Hyland Heather, 4.50 La Bacouetteuse, 5.20 Broctune Papa Gio

WORCESTER: 2.10 Rejaah, 2.40 Promanco, 3.10 Ginger Fizz, 3.40 Robert’s Star, 4.10 Angel Face, 4.40 Railway Vic

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Sunday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will provide you with a preview of the day’s racing, offering what the experts feel will be the value bets of the day.

Take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British and Irish meetings on Sunday, July 17, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

LUCIDA (Curragh 4.15) is the class act in a highly competitive renewal of the Group 2 Kilboy Estate Stakes, a 1m1f contest for fillies and mares. She has lost her way a bit since landing the Group 2 Rockfel Stakes at Newmarket in September 2014. However, all but two of her subsequent seven runs have been in Group 1 company. Her best runs have come on quicker ground and she has run on Yielding or soft ground on her last three runs. Jim Bolger’s four-year-old was upped in trip to 10f for the first time last time here for the Irish Pretty Polly but was well held by Minding and we did not learn much, as the ground was against her. It is hard to gauge whether she truly got this trip, but he drops back to 1m1f and at least will hopefully get ground officially described as Good.

INVOCATION (Newton Abbot 2.05) does not have a great deal of experience, having had just five runs on the level (when rated 77) before producing a fair first run over hurdles for Alan King, when beaten 5½l by Jazzy over 2m½f at Stratford. While he was half a length behind the re-opposing Schoolboy Error, the feeling is the selection will have a little more scope for improvement and this juvenile hurdle over a similar trip won’t take a great deal of winning.

TIME IS MONEY (Stratford 3.55) represents Emma Lavelle, who sends a strong team to the Warwickshire venue. The seven-year-old underwent a significant leap in form when scoring in an extended 2m4f mares’ maiden hurdle at Southwell after a two-month break. She had previously ran down the field in two novice hurdles, but had won a Wincanton bumper on her debut last year. Decent ground is key for this seven-year-old daughter of Presenting and Emma’s form is in great heart following the recent move to spectacular new premises at Ogbourne Maizey. The selection makes her debut in a handicap off a mark of 112, which seems a little high for what she has achieved, but she rates a value play in the 2m6f event.

INGLEBY HOLLOW (Redcar 5.50) bids for a hat-trick, having scored at Ayr (1m5f, soft) and at Thirsk (2m, good) with cheekpieces seemingly working the oracle for the David O’Meara-trained four-year-old. He is a big, scopey individual who did well to back-up so quickly after his exertions in bad ground and while shouldering a double penalty today, he may well defy it in a competitive 0-70 1m6f apprentices’ handicap for which he is 6lb well in, given his rider’s claim.

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OTHER SELECTIONS

CURRAGH: 2.00 Canberra Cliffs, 2.35 Istan, 3.05 Flight Risk, 3.40 Rayisa, 4.15 LUCIDA (NAP), 4.50 Glamorous Approach, 5.25 Surprisingly, 5.55 Hard Times

NEWTON ABBOT: 2.05 Invocation (nb), 2.40 As You Like, 3.10 Gabrial The Great, 3.45 Sheer Poetry, 4.20 Ruddy Article, 4.55 Kentford Myth, 5.30 Crazy Train

REDCAR: 1.55 Poet’s Charm, 2.30 Spirit Of The Sea, 3.00 Grandest, 3.35 Roaring Rory, 4.10 Our Boy Jack, 4.45 Explain, 5.20 Barwah, 5.50 Ingleby Hollow

STRATFORD: 2.15 Kudu County, 2.50 Tahira, 3.20 Set List, 3.55 Time Is Money, 4.30 Presenting Streak, 5.05 Marley Joe, 5.40 Vendredi Trois, 6.10 Oscar Rose

TIPPERARY: 2.20 Killarney Lakes, 2.55 Steamboat Bill, 3.25 Lettermacaward, 4.00 King Leon, 4.35 Show And Go, 5.10 Samanntom, 5.45 Black Ace

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