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Friday’s Tips for Galway Races!

Friday's Tips for Galway Races
Friday's Tips for Galway Races

In the opening race of Day Five at Galway, Thomas Mullin’s trained Bercasa is the hotly tipped fav at *3/1

Paired with the experienced DJ Mullins, the four year old came in first out of 20 horses in the 6.10pm race on Wednesday and while he started in the mid-division early, he made headway to lead before 4th where he was not particularly fluent, but went on from 2 out and stayed on well under pressure on the run-in to beat Iamastartoo. Place your Bet HERE

In the 6.45, Santiago is punters fav to win at *27/20. This A.P O’Brien trained colt finished second to Howling Wolf when he made his debut in a recent Leopardstown maiden. However it will be fierce battle for the finish with Jessica Harrington’s Alpine Star who made a very encouraging start to her career in a hot Leopardstown maiden last month. Place your Bet HERE

Willie Mullins’ Minella Beau ridden by Paul Townsend and GP Cornwell’s Top of the Charts is the bookies joint fav in the 6.15pm fixture. Minella Beau hasn’t run since December last year but has a fairly decent record with four wins and 7 places in comparison to Top of the Charts who has competed less but won his last two races at Perth and Wexford this year. Place your Bet HERE

In tonight’s headliner the €120,000 Guinness Handicap, Willie Mullin’s trained Mr Adjudicator is the punters fav at *9/4. He was unlucky on Monday in the big amateur handicap where he finished fourth behind his stable-mate Great White Shark after going up by a 2lb handicap but he returns to normal weight this evening paired with Kevin Manning. Place your Bet HERE

In the Guinness Irish EBF Fillies Maiden at 7.25pm, the Dermot Weld trained Hazel Bay is the bookies fav at *7/4. The four year old is nicely clear of her rivals on ratings and could finally make the breakthrough this evening after a disappointing performance at Roscommon where she placed third. Place your Bet HERE

In the 7.55pm race, the Joseph O’Brien trained Munaajaat is hotly tipped at *5/1 to romp home. He took over training the three year from Brian Meehan last January and although lightly raced, he definitely has the potential to go far. Place your Bet HERE

In the closing race on Day Five at Galway, Jessica Harrington trained The King is the banker in the 8.25pm race. The four old can take advantage of a serious drop in class to win his second race. He is rated 107 and has been operating at a higher class of late, finishing just behind Downdraft at Down Royal last time out.Place your Bet HERE

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