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Mares' Novices' Hurdle tips for March's Grade 2 race. Just the third running of this contest, the first pair both going the way of Rich Ricci and Willie Mullins. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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LAURINA arrives as one of the big Irish hopes of the meeting. It’s easy to see why on the pair of demolition jobs we have witnessed from her so far. Willie Mullins has a perfect record in this race to defend having won both renewals, he should make if 3/3 now. Laurina’s main danger may come from her own stablemate Salsaretta who comes with a tall reputation. She hasn’t been seen in competitive action since September 2016 but had shown some smart form in France. There isn’t much between Cap Soleil and Angels Antics at the weights on their two clashes, the latter is a monstrous price if she can neaten up her jumping.

High School Days
J: Davy Russell T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Plenty of experience over hurdles, the winner of a handicap on heavy in December. Well beaten by Getabird last time out, she looks out of her depth once more despite the ground to suit.
Ellie Mac
J: Mr Daniel Holden T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Sprung a shock when winning at Leopardstown on Boxing Day, a run that sticks out as a sore thumb against the rest of her efforts. It would be a bigger shock still to see her involved here.
J: D. J. Mullins T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
A perfect 2/2 in her career, she had to dig deep to scramble home in a Clonmel maiden. Fitted with a first time tongue strap now, that may help her lay up with the speed better than she did there, this stiffer track in her favour. Still needs a considerably jolt of improvement to figure.
J: Aidan Coleman T: Venetia Williams
Off the mark at the fifth attempt over hurdles, she didn’t need to step up on her previous form to land that minor event last month. Nothing in the form book to suggests she can get involved at this level.
Spice Girl
J: Richard Johnson T: Martin Keighley
Steadily progressive, she has made an impressive start to her career at a lower level. She was no match for the boys in December at this track, when just under fourteen lengths adrift of Summerville Boy. Needs more to reach the frame but won’t disgrace herself in this company.
J: P. Townend T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Twice Listed placed in France on heavy ground, she will find conditions to her liking. Joined powerful connections, with the vibes from the yard that she is well above average. Take a huge performance to beat her stablemate first time up but worth each way respect.
Cap Soleil
J: Paddy Brennan T: Fergal O'Brien
Smart bumper performer, she has not really stepped forward from an impressive debut over hurdles. Is a triple scorer at Listed level, including on deep ground so conditions should be no concern. Each way chance if she can step forward a little more.
Cut The Mustard
J: Noel Fehily T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Twice turned over at short odds, she made it third time lucky when stepped up in trip. That showed that she is capable of winning on a deep surface but the bare form is a long way short of what is required of her here. Easily passed over.
Maria's Benefit
J: Ciaran Gethings T: Stuart Edmunds
Bold front runner wears her heart on her sleeve, holding on at Doncaster last time having set a strong gallop. These are the softest conditions she has faced as well as the stiffest track so those tactics are going to be much tougher to pull off but should give a bold sight out in front.
J: R. Walsh T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Looked potentially special when ripping apart a Grade 3 contest when last seen. Heavy ground clearly suits her well, the way she travelled before quickening clear on the bridle was stunning. Closutton have taken this race on both occasions it have been run and should make it 3/3 with her.
Dawn Shadow
J: Rachael Blackmore T: Mrs D. A. Love, Ireland
Consistent mare who rarely runs a bad race, she was nineteen lengths behind Laurina when they met last time. She is far more exposed than her rival, so it’s hard to think she has any chance of reversing those places without a mishap.
Angels Antics
J: Sam Twiston-Davies T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Twice behind Cap Soleil this season, she is a couple of pounds better off for those. She narrowed the gap from two and a half lengths to a neck, the shorter margin on the deeper ground. May well finish in front of that one with the weights in her favour so needs each way respect.
J: Mark Walsh T: Nicky Henderson
Multiple Graded winner in French bumpers before arriving on these shores, a winner of two hurdles in the UK. She was a shade fortunate at Sandown last time when the leader fell at the last. A stronger pace here will suit but would’ve made more appeal on better ground.
Champayne Lady
J: Denis O'Regan T: Alan Fleming, Ireland
Off the mark over hurdles at the third time of asking when last seen. That race lacked any real depth and despite the heavy ground there, connections believe she wants it better. Others make considerably more appeal.
Non Runners
Dame De Compagnie
J: Non Runner T: Nicky Henderson

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