Irish racing tips – Fairyhouse best bets on Tuesday 10 November

We look over Tuesday’s sole jumps racing card in Ireland and give our Fairyhouse best bets for the day’s action over the sticks.

While four meetings head to post across the UK there is just one meeting taking place in Ireland where an eight-race jumps card is on the agenda at Fairyhouse.

Our Irish racing expert has looked through the day’s action at the premier County Meath track and picks out his Fairyhouse best bets and tips on the card which is exclusively for amateur riders.


1:30 Fairyhouse – Irish National Hunt Steeplechase Committee Celebrating 150 Years Hunters Chase (5yo+) 2m7½f

IT CAME TO PASS can throw in the odd poor run, but there was nothing wrong with his last outing where the Brian Boru gelding ran out a ten lengths’ winner over Billaway to take the Foxhunters Chase at the Cheltenham Festival and Eugene O’Sullivan’s charge is taken to uphold that form on his reappearance.

Also a winner at Cork last term he disappointed inbetween wins but that Cheltenham performance showed he’s clearly capable when in the mood and he’s better off at the weights with Billaway in this latest outing.

He’s gone well fresh in the past and no surprise to see a big effort here on his return.

Fairyhouse best bets on Tuesday. It Came To Pass can strike.

3:00 Fairyhouse – (Q.R.) Handicap Hurdle (Div II) (4yo+ 80-95) 2m3½f

MYSTIC EMBARR registered his last success at this venue on New Years’ Day 2018 when trained by David Broad and the Kutub gelding can get back to winning ways returned to this venue.

He’s been lightly raced since joining forces with Edward Cawley, racing four times since that last win with little success although he did shape much better back from a nine months’ absence at Kilbeggan last month when finishing fourth to Myladyrose.

Assuming he can build on that outing then he looks capable of posting a big run dropping back markedly in trip and eased another 1lb in the weights he’s back on his last winning mark and can have a say in a moderate contest.