Racing doesn’t get better than this. Saturday marks day one of the Dublin Racing Festival, with no less than eight Grade 1 contests over the two days at Leopardstown. Weather permitting, we’ll also have Sandown, who host the rescheduled Cotswold Chase and the Grade 1 Scilly Isles Novices’ Chase.
If you’re looking for an alternative look on this weekend’s action, then The MyRacing Show is all you need!
Hosted by Ross Brierley and Natalie Green, they’ll cover all the headline action. That includes previews and picks to help you find winners of all the big races. You’ll also, of course, be hearing MyRacing’s free horse racing tips, as we bid to set you up for a successful weekend.
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Ross and Natalie focus on the Dublin Racing Festival, with its importance towards the Cheltenham Festival. Many horses have used the meeting as a springboard to Festival glory and the hosts discuss their favourite horses who have done just that. Do any horses come to mind for you? Let us know on Twitter!
You’ll be treated to Brierley Off The Bridle, as Ross lets his comedic juices flow about current affairs in racing.
Get your notebooks at the ready, as Ross and Natalie also put forward their nice horse of the week! Ross puts a Godolphin horse forward, while Natalie goes the National Hunt route with an exciting Henry De Bromhead inmate.
Of course, the pair will also preview the Grade 1 action at Leopardstown, where you can learn of the MyRacing selections too.
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This weekend’s action is simply spellbinding and there’s plenty of value to be had. It’s a trio of selections for the hosts this weekend, which can be backed in each-way doubles and a treble. Best of of luck if you choose to follow the hosts into battle!
Combined Selection – Franco De Port
Unbeaten in two chasing starts, latterly when taking a Grade 1 over course and distance. More on his plate today, but trained by Willie Mullins and there should be far more to offer.
Natalie’s Selection – Gentlemansgame
Cost 250,000 euros last November and bolted up on hurdling debut at Cork over two miles. Can only improve up in distance and he’s thoroughly unexposed for top connections.
Ross’s Selection – Delta Work
Won this race twelve months ago and has been luckless this season, unseating over Christmas after being unsighted. Can make amends in a big way on Sunday.
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.