Irish horse racing tips – Fairyhouse best bets on Tuesday

Irish racing tips today. Get our Fairyhouse best bets on Tuesday.Irish racing tips today. Get our Fairyhouse best bets on Tuesday.

Fairyhouse best bets on Tuesday

There is more racing action in Ireland going to post today and our tipping team pick out their Fairyhouse best bets on Tuesday.

Just one meeting heads to post in Ireland on Tuesday with a fixture over the sticks at Fairyhouse where eight races await punters on a card which runs through the afternoon with some decent contests on the agenda.

Our tipping team look over the day’s racecard to pick out their Fairyhouse best bets on Tuesday and tips for the day’s fixture.


12:15 Fairyhouse -Berkshire @ Kedrah House Stud Mares Maiden Hurdle (IRE Incentive Race) (4yo+) 2m3½f

MOTOWN MAGGIE is still chasing her first win but she has shown up really well in a trio of hurdles starts since arriving from the point-to-point field, beaten one length or less in each of her last two starts and Gordon Elliott’s charge can get off the mark here.

Having only been beaten a half-length at Tramore in October she was a close third when last seen at Clonmel behind Optional Mix, not helped by a couple of late mistakes and she can continue to improve.

First-time cheekpieces are applied now which could sharpen her up further and she ought to be involved here.

Galway Festival tips on day three. Gavin Cromwell can get Wednesday's card off to a winning start.

Fairyhouse best bets on Tuesday. Gavin Cromwell can saddle a Fairyhouse winner.

12:45 Fairyhouse – Irish National Hunt Steeplechase Committee Beginners Chase (4yo+) 2m5f

This is a pretty decent contest and GABYNAKO can go one better than his recent runner-up effort over the larger obstacles on debut at Galway and the Tirwanako gelding can put that experience to good use.

He had shown himself to be a smart hurdler last term, winning at Naas before making the frame in Graded company behind Ashdale Bob and Bob Olinger respectively before things went wrong for him and he crashed out at the first at the Cheltenham Festival when well fancied for the Martin Pipe Hurdle although he did post a solid fifth in a competitive handicap next time at Punchestown.

There was a lot to like about his recent chase debut where he travelled well into the contest and led over the final obstacle only to be gradually worn down by the winner who has since run well in a Graded chase and he is open to improvement on the back of that performance where he should appreciate the return to this sort of trip.

1:15 Fairyhouse – Fairyhouse Winter Festival November 27th & 28th Rated Novice Chase (4yo+) 2m

LOW LIE THE FIELDS produced some good efforts over hurdles last term, winning twice around the turn of the year and rounding off his campaign with an excellent second behind Guiri at Punchestown in April.

Henry De Bromhead’s charge could do better now pitched over fences and his top yard will have well prepared him for this foray over the larger obstacles and if bringing his best hurdles form over thise obstacles then he could get back to winning ways at the first attempt.

This is a difficult introduction with some proven chase rivals in opposition but it is interesting he starts off in a race such as this and he can make his presence felt.