Owners with 100% Punchestown record have one runner Thursday and he’s 33-1!

The first two days of the Punchestown Festival have been full of shocks. Day three may well be no different with those arriving fresh looking best suited. Previous smart course form here is no bad thing, with these owners boasting a 100% record at Punchestown this season as it heads into the final few days in Ireland.

There is plenty of action on Thursday from Lingfield, Redcar and Musselburgh in the afternoon as well as Chelmsford and Southwell in the evening. Our horse racing tips will be in for a busy day.

6.00 Punchestown – Conway Piling Handicap Hurdle

Red Gerry is the horse in question for the Red Gerry Syndicate. The winner of a maiden hurdle here over two miles in September, he followed that up with an eye-catching display to score again at Punchestown, this time in a two and a half mile handicap in October.

The way he travelled that day suggested that he was some way ahead of his mark. He was well suited by the decent pace that comes with a big field contest. Trainer Noel Meade said in the aftermath that he could go further and it’s a step up to three miles that he gets back at his favourite stomping ground on Thursday.

He failed to travel with his usual fluency at Fairyhouse when last in action. Connections seem happy to bring him back out just a few weeks down the line so clearly there was nothing seriously wrong. This new mark is still workable on the best of his flat form and if the return to this course suits him, his syndicate may well be extending their unbeaten run here.

There are up to seven places on offer by the bookmakers here which gives plenty to aim at. Check out our free bets page to find all the best offers for the Punchestown Festival 2021.

If you back any of our selections you can watch them live on the free Racing Post app or racingpost.com. Simply log in to one of your bookmaker accounts and click ‘Watch live’ on the racecards.

Let's talk about Safer Gambling
1st - 7th November 2021
National Gambling HelpLine: Call FREE 0800 020 1009