The cold weather won’t dampen our spirits too much as we have some cracking all-weather action to look forward to on Wednesday, not only in Ireland but also at Kempton Racecourse and Lingfield Racecourse. View our free horse racing tips on the website.
Adrian Wall has picked out three horses who he fancies at Dundalk on Wednesday. Best of luck if you have a play.
Trainer Cormac Farrell has yet found the winner’s enclosure in 13 attempts this year, but Seven Hills might change that for the yard in the opening mile maiden. Sent off a 33-1 chance on debut over 7f, the gelding stayed on well into fifth in the closing stages, beaten just over a length. The step up in trip will suit and both the winner and the seventh have won since.
This is a competitive claimer over 1m4f but I am going to take a chance on Nevada Queen, who should have a part to play. The Dawn Approach mare is very lightly raced so has much more scope for improvement than a lot of her rivals. She has very average form but she was third in a claimer here in March and wouldn’t have to improve much on that to figure here.
Making her handicap debut from a very workable mark, Indian Outlaw can take advantage of a good draw in stall four and run a massive race. The Sioux Nation filly finished third behind a potentially smart Ballydoyle filly at Naas in October, and the form of her fourth behind Catherine Of Siena over course and distance has worked out well. She disappointed here when last seen but is worth a chance on these terms now.
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