Walsh rides two for Mullins on opening day of Tramore festival
Ruby Walsh, who has ridden five winners since his return from injury at the Galway festival, has three rides at Tramore on Thursday.
Walsh won on his last three mounts, all for Willie Mullins, and partners Rebellito (6.00) and Dreamtide (7.00) for the champion trainer on the opening day of Tramore's four-day festival.
He also rides Sam King, trained by his father Ted, in the 2m6f beginners chase (4.50).
Rebellito, who has his first run for Mullins and over hurdles, goes in the 2m maiden hurdle and his trainer said: "He won twice on the Flat in France and is a nice type to go hurdling with. He's well and we're looking forward to getting him started."
Dreamtide and Bang Bang Rosie represent Mullins in the 2m5f novice hurdle (7.00). Dreamtide is a half-sister to Group 1 and Grade 1 winner Wicklow Brave and Mullins said: "She was possibly lucky to win on her hurdling debut at Kilbeggan but that was over 2m and the longer trip shouldn't inconvenience her.
"Bang Bang Rosie has more experience and the trip will suit her, too."
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