Horse Racing Tips: Our Traders’ Domestic NAPS of the weekend are in

We've doubled up two of their picks and enhanced it especially for you.


Allan Byrne

18:45 Curragh Saturday – Frenetic

She knew her job when very impressive on debut at Navan and should go in again here. The 2nd the last day has since gone to Royal Ascot where she finished 3rd behind Dandalla in the Albany and the 4th & 5th have also given the form a boost since then. Aidan brings two back from Royal Ascot but it will be hard to back up their Royal Ascot runs so quick and also have to give 5lb to the filly.

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Ryan McCue

17.45 Curragh Saturday – Bowerman

Coming into this on a four-timer having won the Paddy Power Irish Lincoln last time out over C&D. He comes out well on ratings and having the fitness advantage over some of his main rivals should give him every chance of making it four wins on the bounce having only joined the Ado McGuinness yard this time last year

Conor Magner

17:45 Curragh Sunday – Lynwood Gold

This 5-year-old had some very good form for his previous yard (rated as high as 98 previously while running off 82 here). After taking a few runs to find his feet for new connections, he beat the classy Blackbow in a Navan maiden hurdle on heavy ground. He was sent off a well-backed favourite at this course two weeks ago. The combination of the 1m4f trip and quick ground proved too sharp on that occasion. The step up to two miles and easier ground both look positives based on it’s best UK efforts and that March hurdle win. They hold very solid claims of at least making the frame here with Paddy paying 5 places each way.

James Ryan

16:30 Newmarket Sunday – Alignak

Potentially coming in slightly under the radar here for the  Stoute team as he has quite a bit to find on ratings. He’s a horse that has immense potential and won very cosily under Oisin Murphy in a strong handicap at Newcastle at the start of the rearranged season. I can see him continuing to progress from strength to strength and wouldn’t be shocked to see him as a Melbourne Cup horse come the end of the year.

Adam Killeen

14:05 Newmarket Saturday – Raatea

Raatea got his head in front at the fourth time of asking on his latest start at Kempton. It was visually very taking, quickening well to win with plenty more in hand than the winning margin would suggest. The handicapper has left him on the same mark of 84 here and he looks like he will prove better than that by the end of the season.

Traders Enhanced Double:

18:45 Curragh Saturday – Frenetic
14:05 Newmarket Saturday – Raatea

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