Markets suggest good day for Willie Mullins
IRELAND'S champion jumps trainer Willie Mullins is often among the winners and the markets suggest he will be smiling again after Limerick's meeting.
Mullins and jockey Ruby Walsh combine with Sarabad in the opening maiden hurdle (12.50) and he is an 8-11 shot to get the job done.
There is no Walsh for Mullins' next runner with Davy Russell in the plate on Tempo Du Camp, absent for 942 days.
That, however, is not viewed as a downside and he is 2-7 to land the maiden hurdle at 1.20.
Mullins' son Patrick rides the trainer's final runner of the day Suntiep in the bumper at 3.25. He is also odds-on around the 10-11 mark.