Irish race goers will be heading for Leopardstown this evening and Boylesports are going Best Price Guaranteed on all seven races of the meeting.
Take an early or a board price on any race at Leopardstown tonight and if the starting price (SP) is greater, Boylesports will pay the better price! We have taken a look at the main races on the card to help our readers pick them lucky winners:
Some promising fillies in opposition with Harasiya - 7/4 with Boylesports
- selected to follow-up a taking success at this venue when making a most impressive racecourse debut. That victory arrived on good ground but the daughter of Pivotal should handle the forecast conditions and John Oxx rarely overfaces his charges at an early stage of their career.
Rawaaq (7/2) also made a striking first impression when scoring on her Curragh debut last month and should appreciate the extra furlong, while True Verdict (7/2) is another major contender after hunting up subsequent Cherry Hinton winner Sendmylovetorose in Group 3 company at the Curragh last time.
This ordinary maiden represents an excellent opportunity for Unanimous - 4/7 with Boylesports
- to get off the mark for Ballydoyle. The Dansili colt looked home and hosed when cruising to the front at Fairyhouse on Sunday before being worn down by Encrypted Message in the dying strides. He's back up a furlong now but is the clear form choice and can post an all-important first career success.
Leyland (4/1) looks his main danger but Dermot Weld's Peintre Celebre gelding was rather disappointing at Roscommon last time and will need to improve to trouble the selection. Possible improver Cape Violet (14/1) and Wild China (14/1) are next best.
All six can be afforded decent claims here and it's tempting to row in with Battle Of Saratoga now he's got his head in front after scoring comfortably at Limerick last time. The other three-year-old, Lord Jim (5/2), also makes some appeal on the back of a decisive Bellewstown success but He's Got Rhythm - 10/1 with Boylesports
- took advantage of an attractive mark at Dundalk last time under today's jockey and could well follow up here with that confidence boost under his belt. Footprint (7/1) continues to deliver a solid account in decent handicap company and should go well again on ground he enjoys.