Sunday's free racing tips: best selections from our expert team
Has run well in defeat over fences at this course the last twice and could prove well treated back over hurdles with his rider taking off 7lb.
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Ronald Pump(2.10 Naas)
Favourites have a poor record in the race. Consequently, seven-year-old Ronald Pump is fancied tooverturn favourite Carefully Selectedoff just 11st.
West Country nap
The Mighty Ash(2.50 Fontwell)
Has yet to get his head in front, but will not find many easier opportunities to open the account.
Lord Brendy(3.30 Sedgefield)
Worked his way to fitness on his second run back after a very long absence. He's well handicapped and is worth keeping an eye on.
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Reached a new peak timewise when scoring on his reappearance at Wincanton recently. A 5lb rise does not look harsh.
Hier Encore(1.50 Fontwell)
Best round here and the combination of a longer trip and less-testing ground looks ideal after a couple of below-par efforts on heavy going in better company.
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Came from off the pace last time out to finish second. Will appreciate this step up in trip and the booking of Brian Hughes is a plus.
The Big Getaway(2.40 Naas)
Looked set to make a winning debut over hurdles at Leopardstown until blundering badly at the last. Can make amends.
Must-have stat of the day
A five-year-old has won the 1.40 at Naas four times from just eight attempts. The only representative from that age group is Franco De Port.
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