Horse Racing tips: Paddy Power and Matt Chapman’s best bets at the Curragh on Sunday

The Group 1 Keeneland Phoenix Stakes (4.10pm) is the feature race on the card.

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* All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change.

Paddy Power

15:05 – Romantic Proposal

Romantic Proposal won a Listed race over course and distance and was then third in the Group 2 Saphire Stakes last month. A combination of going down in grade and back up in trip surely means he’ll go very close. It’s quite a straightforward pick. If a race could be tailor made for a horse, this is it!

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16:10 Curragh – Go Bears Go

I originally fancied Ger Lyons’ Beauty Inspire, however, he’s not running now. The fact he’s not running makes me think that Dr Zempf, also trained by Lyons, might be able to step forward. I don’t see him having enough to beat Go Bears Go, however, who is the clear favourite to win this. He’ll be difficult to beat.

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Matt Chapman

16:10 Curragh – Go Bears Go

It depends on what Aidan O’Brien runs but it provides a huge opportunity for David Loughnane and Go Bears Go, who looks a very promising horse. Rossa Ryan is on board for Loughnane. He was a Group 2 winner at the Curragh last time out beating Castle Star in the Railway Stakes. Loughnane will be hoping for a big win and he could get it.

Paddy Power and Matt Chapman’s best bets at the Curragh:

Paddy Power:
15:05 – Romantic Proposal
16:10 – Go Bears Go

Matt Chapman:
16:10 – Go Bears Go

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