There's a top-class card at Fairyhouse on Sunday and Timeform have found three bets for you.
The unexposed Killer Crow shaped better than the bare result implies at Punchestown last time, in touch when nearly coming down at the fourth last, and he is an interesting contender on his handicap chase bow.
Fairyhouse 13:10 - Long Dog
The finish to this Grade 1 novice hurdle is likely to be fought out between the Willie Mullins-trained pair of Long Dog and Bachasson, with narrow preference granted to the former who has the benefit of Ruby Walsh in the saddle. Long Dog has quickly developed into a smart novice hurdler, winning his last four outings with the minimum of fuss, and there appears to be plenty still in the locker. He's a novice going places and can handle the step up to the highest level.
Fairyhouse 14:40 - No More Heroes
No More Heroes showed smart form over hurdles last season, notably beating Shaneshill in the Grade 2 Navan Novice Hurdle, and he looks set to take high rank as a novice chaser this term based on his impressive success at Punchestown last month. No More Heroes is very much a chaser on looks and he jumped superbly on his first start over fences, rocketing to the head of the RSA Chase market on the back of such an impressive performance. He is open to significant improvement in this sphere and ought to prove difficult to beat.
Fairyhouse 15:10 - Killer Crow
The unexposed Killer Crow shaped better than the bare result implies at Punchestown last time, in touch when nearly coming down at the fourth last, and he is an interesting contender on his handicap chase bow. Killer Crow won twice in bumpers and was also successful as a hurdler, and his chase mark appears to significantly underplay his ability. He needs to prove his stamina for such an extreme test, but his unexposed profile makes him of obvious interest in a race such as this, and he is worth chancing.
Timeform Irish SmartPlays: (All at Fairyhouse)
Back Long Dog in the 13:10
Back No More Heroes in the 14:40
Back Killer Crow in the 15:10