This trainer is +£38.75 at Limerick this season and has 1 runner on Tuesday!

Limerick Racecourse

Tuesday will (hopefully!) be the final day of horse racing without spectators. Southwell, Limerick, Lingfield, Newcastle and Wolverhampton all host cards on an action-packed day of racing.

We’re early into the season, but plenty of trainers are already making their mark at specific venues. One such trainer has been doing so at Limerick, where he can boast of a great start to proceedings in both strike-rate and level stakes profit!

Find out about this mystery trainer below, including all the details about his sole runner on Tuesday!

Profitable Queally!

Based in Cappagh, County Waterford, Declan Queally has enjoyed plenty of success with his runners at Limerick this season. He’s sent six horses there thus far, with a pair returning to the winner’s enclosure. That 33% strike-rate has returned a level stakes profit of £38.75!

It’s been a great start to the season overall for Queally, with seven winners from 66 total runners. That includes a £18.50 profit if you backed his horses purely over hurdles, and his sole runner at Limerick on Tuesday goes over the smaller obstacles!

A Storm is brewing!

Queally’s sole runner on Tuesday is FENNO’S STORM, who like his trainer, clearly loves Limerick. After a stint between the flags over the winter, he bounced back from a lacklustre return to score over course and distance two weeks ago.

He was made to work hard and looked in trouble heading to the second-last, with another rival travelling all over him. Despite being headed, he rallied bravely and pulled clear on the run-in.

The handicapper has given him a big ask on the back of that performance and he races off twelve pounds higher today. He’s a tough customer, however, and once again has his ideal conditions. Extremely well-treated on his chasing exploits, you can be hopeful that he’s capable of overcoming the rise.

He’s a straightforward ride and should be prominent throughout. Paul Cawley, who claims seven pounds, will have a willing companion and he demands plenty of respect as he bids to double up.

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