Gowran Park Tuesday tips – Irish racing best bets on the flat

Gowran Park Tuesday tips on the flat.Gowran Park Tuesday tips on the flat.

Gowran Park Tuesday tips and best bets

Irish racing continues with another fixture on the flat and our tipping team has picked out their Gowran Park Tuesday tips and best bets for the day’s racing action in Ireland.

There is flat racing action going to post on Tuesday where we have a second day of racing at Gowran Park featuring eight races on the card with some competitive maiden and handicap contests on the agenda.

Our tipping team as looked over the day’s fixture in Ireland to pick out their Gowran Park Tuesday tips and best bets on the card.


1:45 Gowran Park – Irish EBF Supporting TREO EILE Maiden (2yo) 1m

GHASHAM could prove the pick of Joseph O’Brien’s pair in this race and the Churchill colt can put his experience to good use to come out on top here.

There were positive signs when he made his debut at Cork last month where he finished fifth and beaten around three lengths by Confident Star, racing prominently early but looking in need of the experience at the business end and he ought to have gleaned plenty from that outing.

The form looks fair as the winner went on to contest a Group Three along with the runner-up who won next time out and also took in a Group Three subsequently so there’s likely more to come from him on the back of that first performance.

He ought to get competitive here and no surprise to see him in the mix.

2:55 Gowran Park – Get A Run For Your Money With BetVictor Handicap (3yo 45-70) 1m

EVERGREEN AND RED is quickly turned out two days after finishing fifth at Naas and if this run doesn’t come too soon following those exertions Noel Meade’s charge can get back to winning ways.

The Requinto gelding has won at Cork and Punchestown latterly this term during a busy campaign, scoring on the second occasion last month with a defeat of Jazz Dreamers before running well in fourth under a penalty behind Fennor Cross.

He ran well in defeat latest, travelling well into the race but unable to sustain his effort and dropping back to one mile for this latest outing may show him in a better light where the booking of Colin Keane is certainly a positive.

He ought to go well on these terms in what doesn’t look the strongest of races and if his Naas run hasn’t left a mark there’d be no shock in seeing him in the mix again.

Gowran Park Tuesday tips. Best bets for the day's Irish flat racing action.

Gowran Park Tuesday tips. Best bets for the day’s Irish flat racing action.

4:05 Gowran Park – Gowran Park Racing Club Fillies & Mares Maiden (3yo+) 1m4f

ESSENTIAL PART has shaped well on both starts to date where the Elusive Pimpernel filly has made the frame on both occasions thus far, latterly finding only one too good at Tipperary earlier in the month.

Ger Lyons’ charge had finished third on debut in a race that is working out quite well where the winner has since contested in Group company while the runner-up has won at Thurles and she looked in need of a stiffer test when keeping on for second although no match for the winner on her last start behind Ahandfullofsummers where she was beaten three lengths.

The step up in trip here could unlock further improvement in her and every chance she can continue her race-by-race improvement to get off the mark here at the third attempt.

4:40 Gowran Park – BetVictor Casino Handicap (Div I) (3yo+) 1m6f

SEA APPEAL comes into this contest on a hat-trick of wins and the Fastnet Rock gelding can oblige punters with a third successive victory.

Sheila Lavery’s charge has progressed in handicaps, finishing runner-up at Limierick in June before opening her account at Killarney the following month and she produced a career-best effort latest to beat Share The Honour when stepped up to this distance at Listowel last month, running out a two lengths’ winner.

She won with something to spare on that last occasion and the third has won since to boost the form; while a 9lbs rise in the weights demands more she could well have further progress to come and no surprise if she were to land the three-timer.