Irish Horse Racing Tips – 1,218/1 Lucky 15 On Wednesday, December 29

Irish Lucky 15 Tips. Leopardstown is one of the tracks that makes up our advised Wednesday Lucky 15.Irish Lucky 15 Tips. Leopardstown is one of the tracks that makes up our advised Wednesday Lucky 15.

Irish Horse Racing Tips – Wednesday, December 29

Wednesday’s Irish horse racing action comes from Leopardstown and Limerick, with both tracks playing host to a pair of top-class meetings. Our Irish horse racing expert has identified his top bets on the cards which make up into a 1,218/1 Lucky 15 that you can check out below.

Royal Kahala (1.10 Leopardstown)

The Grade 3 Advent Surety Irish EBF Mares Hurdle can go the way of Peter Fahey’s ROYAL KAHALA, who has long suggested she could make up into a top-level mare over hurdles.

She disappointed at Cheltenham in March but had excuses for that showing (found to be lame post-race), and she was back to somewhere near her best on seasonal reappearance at Punchestown when chasing home Dysart Diamond – who had the benefit of race-fitness.

She is entitled to come on a good bit for that outing and with this extra yardage of no concern rates as the one to beat.

Fury Road (1.45 Leopardstown)

Albeit he can be a slightly frustrating horse at times, but FURY ROAD has the backform to be a class above these rivals, and he looks a solid proposition for this Grade 1 Neville Hotels Novice Chase.

Gordon Elliott’s charge was sent off as short as 13/8F for the Christmas Hurdle at this meeting last season and he has shown he has a future in the sphere with fine runs in defeat at Fairyhouse the last twice.

His Albert Bartlett third from 2020 came in renewal seemingly far stronger than the one took by Vanillier and cheekpieces look a notable addition for a horse who has seemed to be crying out for the addition of headgear.

Irish horse racing tips. Fury Road can provide Gordon Elliott with yet another Grade 1 success.

Irish horse racing tips. Three Stripe Life can provide Gordon Elliott with yet another Grade 1 success.

Mahler Mission (2.40 Limerick)

John McConnell’s MAHLER MISSION bumped into the smart Velvet Elvis on his sole Point outing, and although absent for 540-days afterwards showed he retained his ability when a close third on hurdles debut back in August.

He is bred to thrive on underhoof conditions and his proven stamina will come in handy dropped back to this distance.

His shrewd yard rarely make the journey here to Limerick, and that looks a tip in itself for this Connolly’s Red Mills Irish EBF Auction Maiden Hurdle.

Womalko (3.40 Limerick)

This 2m3f Party Time Handicap Hurdle can go to WOMALKO, who almost landed an almighty gamble when runner-up at Cork earlier this month.

Robert Tyner’s charge was ultimately beaten just a half-length into second that day and a 4lb rise still appears to underestimate him on his smart Point form, where he finished second to the ill-fated Grade 1 placed Star Gate.

Since that aforementioned Cork second, Womalko has changed hands and now runs in the silks of J P McManus – connections will be hoping for a quickfire return on their investment.