WhichBookie racing analyst Andrew Blair White provides a preview and betting tips for races at Fairyhouse on Wednesday 7th July.
|Musta Lovea Lovea||9/19/1||Each Way
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|Blanketontheground||9/29/2||Each Way - 3 Places
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Date of Tips: 30/05/2022
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (12:21 30/05/2022) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
Starting off another week for WhichBookie and what has been a decent month of action for the month of May. We will be finishing in profit one way or another as I am not going to allow it slip over the next few days, but it would be nice to register a good finish to the month – which has provided us with plenty of ups and downs. We have been treated to plenty of Irish jumps action, and the evening action spins around to Ballinrobe this evening, who host a tricky card on their sharp right handed track.
Starting with the 5.10 race, which is the opener on the card and is a maiden hurdle over 2m2f and looks to be a solid race for its nature at this time of the season. Spick and Span has knocked on the door twice in recent times, and might get his head in front, but they have been low standard races. Another horse who has knocked on the door without it opening is Musta Lovea Lovea, who may well be given a more vigorous ride on this occasion after being looked after in two maiden hurdles runs in the winter.
He went very close this time last year in a bumper and he should be suited by today’s conditions. He has a small tendency to hang to his left, which I am hoping he can find a way to correct on the way around today, and if firing on his best form – he will be rightly involved in the finish. At a price of 9/1 with Bet365, he seems a fair each way bet.
The 6.20 race is a tight and trappy mares handicap hurdle and one can actually make a case for all of them going to post in this seven runner race. There has been some considerable money this morning for Nodoubtaboutthat, which is probably well founded given his preparation for this race, but she is too short a price to be touching now. Instead, I am quite keen on Blanketontheground, who is having her third run since coming back from a big break and ran nicely two weeks ago at Killarney in a better race than this.
She was very progressive back in 2021 before her break, and she might be able to find that improvement again now she has had a few pipe openers. Quite importantly, Sky Bet are paying out 3 places in this race each way, which seems a steal given the runners in the race. At a price of 9/2, I’ll be backing her each way.