The Irish action once again comes from Tramore and Timeform have found three bets for you...
A winner of a point-to-point race earlier this year, Naughty Molly produced her best effort yet under Rules when finishing third at Roscommon earlier in the month...
Line View won in good style at Limerick last month and can register back-to-back wins in the two-mile handicap hurdle at 18:15. The lightly-raced seven-year-old gelding jumped and travelled well at Limerick before showing good determination after the final flight to hold off the persistent challenge of Rock County, eventually prevailing by a length. There is little reason to suspect that rival will reverse the form and Line View has more in his favour than most.
Raajih has only managed one career victory - successful as a well-supported favourite in a handicap hurdle at Newton Abbot last year - but Gordon Elliott has found a good opportunity for his charge to get off the mark over fences in the beginners' chase at 18:50. Raajih hasn't been able to get his head in front for a while but he has been running well, finishing in the frame on all five completed starts in this sphere, and should be capable of securing an overdue and deserved success.
A stiffer test would arguably be ideal, but Naughty Molly should still launch a bold bid in the two-miles-and-six furlongs handicap chase at 19:20. A winner of a point-to-point race earlier this year, Naughty Molly produced her best effort yet under Rules when finishing third at Roscommon earlier in the month. That effort came over three miles but Naughty Molly remains relatively unexposed compared to many of her rivals and holds leading claims.
Timeform Irish SmartPlays:
All at Tramore
Back Line View in the 18:15
Back Raajih in the 18:50
Back Naughty Molly in the 19:20
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