Alan Dudman had a winning double yesterday and his enhanced 9/1 multiple for the Sportsbook is at Limerick today, while Brazil are fancied to win on the road again...
"It was a decent effort as the winner had bumped into a good horse previously, and she herself has gone on to run well at Galway."
De Bromhead rookie can take Listed honours
Godolphin delivered for our winning double yesterday, and we were denied the cross-sport double too with Burning Victory's narrow defeat in the Ces.
We start for Sunday with the jumping card at Limerick and Serenity Grove goes up in class for the opener and can be backed at 3/1.
A very impressive debut at Downpatrick last month marked him down as well above-average, with not only the way he travelled, but also how well he jumped. Typically, Henry De Bromhead's horses are deadly accurate with their jumping, and he was excellent.
Related to a Galway Hurdle winner, he should enjoy the step up in trip and can handle the rise in class.
Agritime can make her experience count
Trainer Emmet Mullins is always worth looking at in bumpers, and Agritime looks like he'll be hard to beat in the finale.
She was sent off favourite for her Roscommon debut in soft conditions and ran well when finishing second behind Banntown Girl, although seven lengths behind, it was a decent effort as the winner had bumped into a good horse previously, and she herself has gone on to run well at Galway.
They were well strung out in that and the time figure in relation to the testing conditions reads well. I also admired the way she fought back when the third came up besides.
Another well-related jumper can hopefully land us a second double in to days.
Daily Multi-Sports Double
Timeform says: "Lallygag was very green but stuck to his task well when fifth in a bumper at Taunton in April. That was his only run for Kayley Woollacott before joining Nicholls and the large 'P' attached to his Timeform denotes that he is likely to make significant improvement with that experience under his belt. He already has the best form in the book and should take plenty of beating unless one of the newcomers proves to be well above average."
Dan Fitch says: "With the Brazilians having won each of their last 12 away games, it's again a situation where you have to question why the visitors are so big. Colombia have only won two of their four home games in these qualifiers (D1 L1) and at 11/10, there's no reason to overcomplicate matters. Back Brazil to win again."
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