Dundalk Horse Racing Tips – Best Bets On Friday, November 19

Irish horse racing best bets. Check out our Dundalk selections on Friday 19 November.Irish horse racing best bets. Check out our Dundalk selections on Friday 19 November.

Dundalk Horse Racing Tips – Friday, November 19

Friday Irish horse racing comes from Dundalk, where they host an eight-race card. Our Irish expert has selected these top bets on the card which you can check out below. 

Big Dream (17:00 Dundalk)

Trainer Anthony Mccann looks to have picked up a nice acquisition in the shape of BIG DREAM who created a big impression when winning on stable debut at the back end of October.

The three-year-old had only raced once when in the care of Roger Charlton and wasted little time in gaining the first success when making all last time over one mile. Big Dream looked to be wandering and idling close home but had the race settled well before that.

Connections now drop back to 7f and if the draw in stall 14 doesn’t cause too many issues, Big Dream should be able to dictate matters from the front and win for the second time.

Hell Left Loose (18:00 Dundalk) 

A competitive nineteen runner Handicap with plenty holding live chances. Collective Power won well when last seen two weeks ago but won from stall 1 that day and will find things tough from stall 17 this time around. The likes of Teddy Boy and No Speed Limit will be also fancied but HELL LEFT LOOSE is fancied to strike again for trainer Denis Hogan.

It was a welcome return to form for the five-year-old when winning on the beach at Laytown last time out. Hell Left Loose was prominently ridden and prevailed by a neck from Teddy Boy who he meets again on Friday.

Most of the market principles will have to defy wide draw’s but Hell Left Loose should be able to sit in a handy position from the start in stall 8 and looks capable of following up again in a weak event. 

Newgirlintown (18:30 Dundalk) 

NEWGIRLINTOWN looks poised to strike after a head second finish a week ago over course and distance. The five-year-old mare was only narrowly beaten close home by the higher-rated Hurricane Alex after being up with the pace throughout.

The mare has a record of 2-2-2-4 when racing at Dundalk and connections will be confident of improving on that come Friday evening. No Trouble and Duleek Street both hold sound claims however, it seems interesting that connections of Newgirlintown have enlisted the services of Irish Champion jockey Colin Keane for Friday’s assignment and therefore a bold bid looks assured.