Timeform Irish SmartPlays: Wednesday 31 October

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There is all-weather racing from Dundalk on Wednesday

Timeform pick out their three best bets from Dundalk on Wednesday...

"...An opening mark of 70 looks more than feasible..."

Timeform on Dubai Rainbow

Sky Moon - 14:50 Dundalk

The form of Sky Moon's debut run at Fairyhouse is proving strong form, the third and the fifth both winning next time and have developed into useful performers since, and although Sky Moon didn't progress over six furlongs here since, he looks the one to beat in this field. Given he was leading over a furlong out, the drop down to five furlongs could be a good move and he should prove too strong for Peshkova.

Dubai Rainbow - 16:55 Dundalk

Dubai Rainbow has progressed with each start to date, getting off the mark in pretty ready fashion over seven furlongs here 26 days ago. She looked a class above her rivals that day, travelling much the best and putting the race to bed in ready fashion. An opening mark of 70 looks more than feasible and the daughter of Tamayuz can continue the good work with further improvement likely. Ancestral and Stormy Tale are also fancied to feature.

Laajidaal - 17:30 Dundalk

This doesn't look the strongest race of its type, and Laajidaal should have enough to open her account. She got back on track when fourth at Roscommon in September, shaping better than the result suggests, running on late, and she is selected to come out on top. Dawn Trouper back at a more suitable trip and Intermedia can give Dermot Weld's filly most to think about.

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