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|Gordon Dai Dai||9/2||Each Way
|Ennemi Public||15/2||Each Way - 4 Places
|Big Debates||13/2||Each Way - 4 Places
|Railway Hurricane||10/1||Each Way - 4 Places
Date of Tips: 02/12/2021
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It feels like it has been an eternity between drinks of Irish racing since the sumptuous card we had on our hands at Fairyhouse last weekend. The drought has finally been broken with today’s card at Clonmel – which looks to be a competitive card and one there are betting opportunities to get stuck into. I have picked out 4 different selections from 3 different races on the card, and fingers crossed these horses can run with plenty of credit.
Starting off with the 12.00 race, which is the opening race on the card and is a 2m3f maiden hurdle for amatuer riders. This is always a good race around Clonmel each year, and has seen a few well supported Willie Mullins horses get turned over. He saddles Gorko D’Airy in this year’s renewal – but he wouldn’t be for me. Instead, I am taking another chance on Gordon Dai Dai in this race, who I have been disappointed with thus far this season but has been running in stronger heats than today’s races. He should have learned plenty for those two efforts, where his jumping has been a little sketchy and should improve for those efforts. At a price of 9/2 with Bet365, he looks a short price to back each-way, but I’m going to do so and play the safety first option.
I’m waiting till the 2.30 race for my second dart of the card and it comes in the 2m beginners chase, which looks like a tight race on paper. You could make a case for plenty of these horses, but I have sided with Ennemi Public, who should be suited by this step down in trip on this occasion. Having been sold out of Gordon Elliot’s yard by Gigginstown, he ran a perfectly respectable race on stable debut for new connections at Galway, when weakening late on to come fifth in a competitive handicap chase. He didn’t look like he got home on that occasion, and should be made use of here over the minimum trip. He also steps back down into beginners company on this occasion, and his experience could well be a helping hand in this race. At a price of 15/2 with Paddy Power, who are offering 4 places, he is an each way bet.
The final race is the 3.00, which is a 2m2f novice handicap chase and I have two selections in this race due to how open the race looks on paper. The first of those selections is Big Debates for Robert Tyner, who comes here in brilliant form after two wins and second from her last three starts. She was taken out of the mares handicap chase at the last entry stage last weekend, and has been put down to run here instead – where she will be looking to further boost that recent form. Having come second to Wa Wa last time out, which is form that I am very keen on, she shouldn have a big chance in this race if her jumping can stand the test. At a price of 13/2 with SkyBet, who are offering 4 places, I’ll be backing each way.
The other horse that I would like to throw into the mix for this contest is the top weight, Railway Hurricane, who could well be handicapped to win a race of this nature based off some of his hurdle form. His chase runs have left a bit to be desired, but he finished fourth last time out in one of the hottest beginners chases of the year at Down Royal and now comes into a handicap chase for the first time. He has jumped okay in the main and this is the first time where he is probably running at his level over fences, so he should be taken very seriously. At a price of 10/1 with SkyBet, I’ll be backing him each way as well.