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Fairyhouse on Friday is a welcome treat and a decent eight race programme goes to post at 13:35. Let’s have a look at some potential winners on the card.
A maiden hurdle to start off, which looks straight forward. Hamundarson has a huge advantage in terms of experience on his rivals. He also has some really solid form in the context of this race, having finished second on three occasions.
Possibly not best suited by heavy ground conditions over the winter, he will have no excuses with perfect jumping ground at Fairyhouse on Friday. Unlike some of his rivals, Hamundarson is exposed but connections will be confident of breaking his maiden tag. Not expecting big odds but expect him to win.
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Annieguire has been asked some serious questions to date on the back of her Point To Point form when beaten on the line by Pure Bliss. The winner has gone onto bigger and better things while Annieguire has disappointed.
Well placed in this maiden, she will not get a better chance to win a race under rules. The trainer and jockey combination stand out and Annieguire looks the NAP on the card for me. Class and experience advantage means today is the day for Annieguire.
The fact that Corran Cross came in for support in a red hot Bumper at Clonmel last November suggests to me that connections hold him in high regard. Hasn’t raced since that disappointing performance so obviously something was amiss and we can draw a line through that run.
He came in for support when finishing second at Downpatrick behind the Noel Meade trained Flanking Maneuver. Makes his Hurdle debut and the step up in trip will also suit. Keep an eye on the market moves once again for Corran Cross with Jack Kennedy in the saddle.
Two time chase winner Golden Sunset returns after a lengthy absence in the final race on the card. It could well be a case of saving the best till last. Stands out on his chase form with connections availing of a lower hurdle mark.
Returns after a year out but his last win at Downpatrick was very impressive. Golden Sunset is a lightly raced eight year old and is open to further improvement. Trainer Niall Madden will have him fit for today’s race. The market will be informative with the JP McManus runner and Mark Walsh is booked to ride.
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