Willie Mullins has had a fine few days at Listowel‘s Harvest Festival with no fewer than six winners already. The master trainer has another seven runners there on Wednesday and it would be foolish to rule out more winners as he’s mopping up. Liam Bramall has picked out the four most likely winners and they form a tantalising 95-1 accumulator. Check out our free tips page for daily content across British and Irish racing.
No Risk No Fun (10-11, bet365) has a perfect record with two wins in two bumper starts including at the Galway Festival. The gelding looked like a smart recruit in both starts and will be expected to break his hurdles maiden tag at the first time of asking. This race looks like a good starting point but will probably want further in time.
Uncle Phil (3-1, bet365) seems to have been presented with a good chance to make it two from two over hurdles. On the form of his Killarney maiden hurdle win, he’ll need to improve a little as there are plenty of winners in the field. Knowing Willie Mullins, it’s likely that there is plenty more to come from him and another win here would be no surprise.
El Barra (6-1, bet365) looks to have a great chance in the €200,000 feature race. Had a legitimate excuse for a disappointing effort when faced with the thankless task of chasing home Galopin Des Champs and Bob Olinger at Cheltenham. Won a valuable novices’ handicap at Punchestown before running a cracker when third in the Galway Plate. Tries three miles for the first time and is related to a 3m1f winner so there’s evidence it will suit.
All The Others (4-5, bet365) makes his racecourse debut here. He’s a proper National Hunt bred and is related to six-time winner Mount Mews who scored at Grade 2 level. Mullins has a 30 per cent strike-rate with bumper newcomers at Listowel and will be hoping to improve that with this debutant.
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