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The Punt Daily: Tom Collins with two to follow on Sunday

Jessica Harrington: trainer of Rovetta
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GOOD THING

Rovetta(5.30 Galway)

It's a common theme to see horses who ran well at Ballybrit earlier in the week coming back for another crack at festival glory, and Rovetta is one of a number to turn up for the second time on Sunday. Jessica Harrington's four-year-old filly sprung a huge surprise when winning a handicap hurdle at 33-1 on Wednesday and will be nowhere near that price now reverting to the Flat. She was extremely strong at the finish that day and won with plenty of authority in testing conditions. The ground remains in her favour, she has a nice draw in stall four and could prove to be well handicapped.

EYECATCHER

Gabrial The Wire(4.05 Chester)

With Finoah and Rockin Roy set to go forward from stalls two and three, they might set it up for Richard Fahey's Gabrial The Wire (stall one), who is likely to be underestimated in the market following his disappointing fourth over a furlong shorter here last time out. Nothing went right for him in that race as he broke awkwardly and then was forced three-wide throughout. He previously looked progressive in three novice starts around this track, including when hacking up on his penultimate start but four and a half lengths. Hopefully Paul Hanagan can sit in the stalking position just behind the leaders and power through as they enter the straight.


Tom Collins was on fire in Saturday's Punt, tipping 20-1 Stewards' Cup winner Gifted Master


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The ground remains in her favour, she has a nice draw in stall four and could prove to be well handicapped
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