DUBLIN RACING FESTIVAL: SHAMROCK with a bet on the second day of the Dublin Racing Festival at Leopardstown his afternoon.
The terrific Dublin Racing Festival continues at Leopardstown this afternoon.
The card opens at 1.10pm with an impossible looking mares handicap hurdle but after that it’s the first of four Grade 1 races on the stellar card.
In the Tattersalls Ireland Spring Juvenile Hurdle at 1.40pm the unbeaten Quilixios is my NAP on the card.
Trained by Gordon Elliott the four-year-old is held in the highest regard and the lack of a recent run shouldn’t really be a concern. He wasn’t able to travel for an intended race at Chepstow hence the longer than originally planned break since his victory last October at Down Royal where he had nothing more than a canter to land odds of 1/16 by 20 lengths.
Today we get to find out JUST how good he is before a crack at presumably the Triumph assuming all goes well.
Whilst he is flung in at the deep end the same comment applies to his chief rival on the BETDAQ BETTING EXCHANGE.
That’s the Willue Mullins trained Youmdor who won a maiden hurdle at Gowran before taking a last flight fall at Fairyhouse with the race seemingly looking his.
NAP: Quilixios (1.40 Leopardstown)
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