Cheltenham aside, Boxing Day is without question the best day of the year for horse racing, and for sport in general. We are treated to a plethora of top class racing so make sure you check out our free horse racing tips on the website.
There are some very classy horses running on Monday and if all of the hotpots win, it won’t be a good day for the bookmakers.
Queens Rock was second at Ffos Las on rules debut, but made no mistake when winning cosily at Southwell last month and she is in top hands at Nicky Henderson’s stable.
Givega looked well above average when bolting up by 13 lengths on debut at Lingfield and the son of Authorized looks an exciting prospect for the Moores.
Chasing Fire was snapped up for £170,000 after his point to point win, and already looks worth the money, winning a bumper and hurdle race here at this track in good style. More to come.
Ahorsewithnoname finished fifth in the Cesarewitch at Newmarket when last seen, and although winless from six attempts in this sphere, she still has by far the best form in the book.
Lossiemouth is prominent in the betting for the Triumph Hurdle at Cheltenham in March off the back of an impressive Grade 3 success on first run for Willie Mullins at Fairyhouse recently.
Pinkerton’s recent second to Merlin Giant in a valuable handicap at Fairyhouse is the standout form in the book and this looks like a much easier assignment.
Constitution Hill won the Grade 1 Tolworth and Supreme by a combined 34 lengths as a novice hurdler, and made Epatante look like a Shetland pony in the Fighting Fifth last month. We could be about to witness one of the true greats in time here, he is a monster.
Gerri Colombe made it five career wins from five runs when winning on chasing bow at Fairyhouse 41 days ago, accounting for some good horses. Looks a slightly classier horse than Kilcruit and should have the gears to see off his main rival.
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