Two runners to note at Leopardstown and Tramore tonight
It's evening racing with a difference to start the week, as rather than all-weather fare the actionis on the turf in Ireland. A Flat card at Leopardstown and jump racing from Tramore are the offerings and here's two runners it could be worth noting.
Last season Nothing To Loserelished his trips to Britain with wins at Ayr and Ffos Las.
He begins his four-year-old season closer to home and will attempt to continue his progression. The 7f trip will be fine, though he does need to prove his effectiveness on heavy ground.
A once-raced hurdler, who went lame and broke blood vessels, has been thrown into the spotlight as the result of a gathering gamble at Tramore.
Even if the first leg, Tornado Watch, should fail to deliver there will still be plenty of liabilities on the Sunday At Augusta singles. Available at 40-1 this morning, he is now just 3-1.
It will not be easy, his three rivals comprise of two Gigginstown runners and a 30-length point winner who has joined Willie Mullins, but it is now clear that the Emmet Mullins-trained Sunday At Augusta will be the one that will draw the most attention.
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