Back Willie Mullins to have a smashing Sunday with a 161-1 acca ⭐

Willie Mullins after a six-timer at Punchestown

Gordon Elliott hit a spectacular seven-timer on Saturday afternoon. Sunday can see Willie Mullins strike back with a 161/1 acca with some serious chances of his own at Cork and Punchestown. We have taken three runners from each meeting to make up this acca.

There is also racing at Huntingdon and Kelso on Sunday afternoon. The Peterborough Chase is the feature at the former which the latter hosts the Borders National. We have horse racing tips for all four cards on the site. The acca is best odds with bet365 at the time of writing.

12.10 Cork – Follow Us On Instagram Maiden Hurdle (Div I)

One of the top bumper performers last season, Kilcruit should have little trouble getting off the mark over hurdles at the first time of asking. The recent rain will have been in his favour and according to his trainer he has been jumping well at home.

1.45 Cork – O’Flynn Group Irish EBF Mares Novice Chase

Concertista went very close to recording back to back wins at the Cheltenham Festival in March. She has plenty of size about her, always looking like she will do better over the bigger obstacles. She has the first chance to prove that here and should go close to the top in this sphere.

2.00 Punchestown – John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase

He was well beaten in this race last year but Allaho improved massively from that to absolutely run riot in the Ryanair Chase at the Cheltenham Festival. The drop to two miles was no help to him when last in action and has the potential to do better this year.

2.20 Cork – Kerry Group Hilly Way Chase

Beaten just once in seven starts, it was a huge pity that Energumene didn’t make it to the Cheltenham Festival to take on Shishkin in the Arkle. His two Grade 1 wins as a novice came by ten and sixteen lengths respectively and he should add this Grade 2 to kick off his season.

2.35 Punchestown – BetVictor Beginners Chase

Ferny Hollow has looked a monster in limited action, beating Appreciate It in the Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham Festival before seeing off Bob Olinger the only time that he was seen over hurdles. He tries chasing for the first time here and while he’s been absent for 380-days, he should still be far too good for them.

3.05 Punchestown – Hanlon Concrete Handicap Chase

The move to chasing saw  a much improved performance from Recite A Prayer. He’s got plenty of size and scope about him so that was no surprise but to do it at the sharp track of Tramore was. This course should suit him better and his opening mark looks more than fair.

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