Timeform's Irish team bring you their three best bets from Fairyhouse...
"The one who fits the bill most is Royal Caviar, given his hefty price tag and all-conquering connections..."
Whilst Devils Bride arguably didn't beat a great deal on his hurdling bow at Limerick last month, he is sure to improve in the two-mile hurdle (12:45) and represents fairly powerful connections. For that reason he gets the nod narrowly over Ally Cascade, who providing he is sharp enough after 10 months off should run well.
It's a handicap hurdle over the same trip under consideration next (13:45) where Famous Ballerina looks well handicapped on the back of her latest run; a drop of 5 lb for her second at Clonmel last time looks more than fair and this an ideal opportunity to continue her good run of form and get back to winning ways.
It's the card-closing bumper up next (15:45) in which Masterofdeception sets a clear standard on what he's achieved so far, but he looks vulnerable to an above-average newcomer, which this field could quite easily contain. The one who fits the bill most is Royal Caviar, given his hefty price tag (sold for £90,000 as a point winner) and all-conquering connections.
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