Dundalk best bets on Wednesday – Best bets for the day’s Irish racing action
Dundalk best bets on Wednesday
Just one meeting goes to post in Ireland on Wednesday where the action unfolds on the all-weather and our tipping team pick out their Dundalk best bets on Wednesday.
All-weather racing is the order of the day in Ireland on Wednesday where Dundalk hosts a late-evening fixture ending under the floodlights on their polytrack surface and eight races go to post throughout the evening.
Our tipping team has looked over the sole racecard in Ireland to pick out their Dundalk best bets on Wednesday and tips for the day’s Irish racing action.
DUNDALK BEST BETS ON WEDNESDAY – BEST BETS FOR THE DAY’S IRISH RACING ACTION
5:00 Dundalk – Follow Us On Twitter @DundalkStadium Handicap (3yo+ 45-75) 7f
SPILT PASSION is still chasing a first career win but the Fascinating Rock filly has shown enough to suggest she’s well up to winning and with the yard in form this could be her day.
Ger Lyons’ charge found only one too good over course and distance on her last outing at the beginning of October, beaten a head and a repeat of that back in a handicap could be good enough from 1lb lower.
She’s only once finished out of the frame in six starts at this venue and she ought to continue to remain competitive so no surprise if she were to pick up a first career win now.
5:30 Dundalk – DundalkStadium.com Handicap (Div I) (3yo+ 45-65) 1m
CLATTER BANG has been there or thereabouts in recent starts, posting a solid runner-up effort when last seen over course and distance five days ago and the Mehmas filly ought to go close again here off the same mark.
Andrew Oliver has his string in form and the filly found only one too good last time, running on well from a poor position having missed the break to cross the line a fast-finishing runner-up and beaten only a head.
Assuming a better start this time around she could go one better here with a repeat and no surprise to see her firmly in the mix again.
6:30 Dundalk – Irishinjuredjockeys.com Handicap (Div I) (3yo+ 45-65) 1m2½f
SHE’S GOOD COMPANY was a recent winner at Clonmel a couple of starts back and the Fast Company filly could be worth sticking with here to regain winning ways.
Ado McGuinness’ charge struck at Clonmel in September with a defeat of Ben Siegel who has won since and having been stretched by the trip at Bellewstown next time she bounced back with a better effort latest at Gowran Park when beaten three lengths into fourth.
A repeat ought to put her in the mix again here for all her stamina might be suspect at this distance and her only previous start on this surface was underwhelming so while she has a bit to prove she can make her presence felt.