Horse racing tips: These 8 may be great at Gowran Park tonight

Whatcouldhavebeen has caught the tipster's eye in the 20:20 at Gowran Park this evening.

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16:50 – Star Official

Joe Murphy and owner Robert Moran had a big winner at the Curragh last weekend and look to have a major shout here with STAR OFFICIAL. Tooso faces a seemingly stiff task at the weights but could well improve for this step up in trip and warrants respect, others with chances include Denis Hogan’s trio Zoom Tiger, Prince Of Verona and Eagle Terrace.

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17:20 – Flying Dolphin

Quite a competitive maiden. FLYING DOLPHIN still looked green at Cork last time and with cheekpieces now fitted is taken to hold off the strong claims of Moe Sedway, Kaliysta and Explorers Way.

17:50 – Suwayra

Show Of Stars only lost third spot close home in a Leopardstown Group Three and will be no pushover here, but SUWAYRA looked well above average when winning on her debut last season on her sole start as a 2yo, and a win here could well book her ticket so some more fancy assignments down the road. One For Bobby is another first time out winner with the potential to climb a few steps up the ladder.

18:20 – Marhaba Ashmayme

With two solid efforts in second spot already under his belt, latest running to a mark in the mid 80’s MARHABA ASHMAYME looks a safe bet to play a big hand here and he would obviously not be winning out of turn. Paris Lights and Soilse could be the main dangers of those with experience under their belt, but the Dermot Weld-trained newcomer Touching Clouds won’t need to be a Moyglare star to bag this first time out.

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    18:50 – Facethepuckout

    Jazz Dreamers will be popular on the back of a solid third on his recent visit here, but slight preference is for FACETHEPUCKOUT. The latter showed plenty of sparkle behind Company Keeping at Leopardstown 48-days ago on his first run since October and has had sufficient time to progress enough and stake a major claim here. Focus Required and Plugged In should also be bang there.

    19:20 – Hanbags N Gladrags

    Considering she is still quite unexposed, HANBAGS N GLADRAGS is easy enough to fancy here to add to her recent C&D win. Raised 7lb for her troubles, she has a few of these behind on that occasion and she can uphold the form. Dunum will be hard to beat on stable debut if his fitness holds up, whilst The Bog Bank and Miss Cunning are other possibilities. 

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    19:50 – Bells On Her Toes

    After a couple of seconds, Eighty Eight is due a win but may not confirm recent C&D form with BELLS ON HER TOES (nap), who endured a troublesome passage when a strong-finishing third. Arch Enemy also didn’t get the clearest of runs in that race and could prove each-way value. Top-weight Observing is another to consider, with Billy Lee booked.

    20:20 – Whatcouldhavebeen

    The test of stamina seemed to bring about improvement in WHATCOULDHAVEBEEN at Sligo recently and it could pay to take a chance on the filly now on handicap debut. Derrinlaur and Vischio are solid performers at this level, while dual bumper winner Beret Rouge is a potential improver on handicap debut on his favoured ground.

    Gowran Park Tips:

    16:50 – Star Official
    17:20 – Flying Dolphin
    17:50 – Suwayra
    18:20 – Marhaba Ashmayme
    18:50 – Facethepuckout
    19:20 – Hanbags N Gladrags
    19:50 – Bells On Her Toes
    20:20 – Whatcouldhavebeen

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