Dundalk tips on Wednesday – Irish horse racing best bets today
Dundalk tips on Wednesday
We head back to the all-weather for the day’s Irish horse racing action and our tipping team pick out their Dundalk tips on Wednesday and best bets on the polytrack.
There is just one Irish horse racing fixture going to post on Wednesday where the action switched back to the all-weather with a seven-race card on the agenda at Dundalk in the afternoon where some competitive handicap action awaits punters.
Our tipping team takes a look over the day’s racing action in Ireland where they pick out their Dundalk tips on Wednesday
IRISH HORSE RACING BEST BETS – DUNDALK TIPS ON WEDNESDAY
2:20 Dundalk – Irishinjuredjockeys.com Handicap (3yo+ 45-65) 2m
CLONDAW HOLLOW has been in good form over hurdles, winning his last two outings at Downpatrick and Perth and John McConnell’s charge can continue his good spell back on the flat although his figures on the all-weather do leave something to be desired.
The Beat Hollow gelding is lightly-raced however on this surface and on the flat and his latest start saw him finishing third to Dollar Value at Navan in September although he was beaten almost ten lengths on that occasion.
This further step up in trip could unlock some improvement given his hurdles form and his good claimer takes off a handy 5lbs where a theoretical mark of 53 ought to be winnable from so there’d be little shock in seeing her run well.
3:20 Dundalk – Floodlit Fridays At Dundalk Maiden (3yo+) 1m
DAISY JONES makes her debut in what looks a very winnable introduction and the feeling is the Kodi Bear filly wouldn’t need to be anything out of the ordinary to take this prize.
Kevin Prendergast’s charge is related to some useful winners on the all-weather while her dam was a polytrack winner for James Tate a few seasons ago.
She posted some useful numbers herself when readily winning a barrier trial and she ought to make her presence felt here making her debut under Rules where she can strike at the first time of asking.
5:20 Dundalk – Crowne Plaza Hotel Dundalk Handicap (3yo 45-70) 1m2½f
CURSORY EXAM shaped better for her reappearance on turf at Bellewstown in August to score over this course and distance latest and the Due Diligence gelding can follow up here.
Gerard O’Leary’s charge has yet to run a bad race on this surface and he took advantage of some leniency by the handicapper to strike a ready victory over Mokhles latest and he’s only up 4lbs so a repeat effort ought to see him firmly in the mix again here.
He’s well handicapped on the pick of his turf form and if he were to run up to that standard and build on that breakthrough success then he could go in again under his top amateur rider.