*Odds quoted on the widget are Future Racing / Antepost prices which means that if your selection does not run in the race for whatever reason – you will lose your stake under traditional Antepost rules
There promises to be plenty of quality action across both codes next week at the Galway Races Summer Festival and Glorious Goodwood.
Speaking on the latest episode of our From The Horse’s Mouth podcast, Paddy’s resident jockey-turned-pundit Ruby Walsh and ace tipster Rory Delargy revealed some antepost fancies for the two meetings.
Echoes In Rain ran reasonably on the flat for the first time in a while at the Curragh in May. She has a big chance.
El Barra won the right race at Punchestown in April, which is a great trial for the Galway Plate. I’d be looking to ride him if I was still a jockey!
I’d be interested if Cape Gentleman‘s going for the Galway Plate as he must go right handed so there’s limited targets. I’d have thought this might be a long-term plan for Emmet Mullins but in the absence of any information it’s hard to gauge if he gets chalked up.
Summerghand was midfield in the race last year but won it the year before that. He’s 8lbs lower than when he scored two years ago and ran well to get some each-way money in the Wokingham last time out. He’ll be better off back at Goodwood and has a tremendous record mid-summer over 6f. He’s got a lot going for him.
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