We have two very competitive cards from Fairyhouse and Listowel to enjoy on Monday. The feature race is the Grade B Liam Healy Memorial Lartigue Hurdle at Listowel. There are plenty of runners across both cards which means lots of each-way potential. Liam Bramall has selected four tips to consider putting into an each-way Lucky 15 across both cards. Check out our free tips page for daily content across British and Irish racing.
Iberique Du Seuil (11-1, William Hill) put in a career-best performance when winning a Grade 2 at Fairyhouse when last seen. Some smart horses were in-behind that day and he was put up 12lb as a result. This is just his second handicap start and should have learnt plenty at Cheltenham in the Boodles Juvenile hurdle two starts ago. Second season juveniles can struggle but you are better off catching them early and this race looks like a good starting point.
Leroy Leroy (12-1, William Hill) makes his first start for Shark Hanlon. He’s a two-time hurdle winner for previous connections and lightly raced in handicaps. Hanlon is a shrewd operator who is well capable of squeezing out some improvement. Down to a career-low mark now and should be dangerous after a solid Flat campaign.
Grozni (12-1, William Hill) is out again quickly after winning at Navan on Saturday. Connections are obviously unperturbed by the 7lb penalty which is a distinct show of confidence. It’s a surprise to see him available at such a price and with clear improvement in his last two starts for Charles Byrnes, it looks like he has found the secret to this gelding.
Princess Rajj (12-1, William Hill) finds herself on a nice mark. She’s now just 2lb higher than her last winning mark and 3lb lower than when finishing a good third at Leopardstown two starts ago. Last time out, things didn’t go to plan for her and she disappointed at a Doncaster Racing League meeting. Back on home soil, we can expect more from her here.
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