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|Fighting Fit||9/2||Each Way
|Flame Bearer||17/2||Each Way
Date of Tips: 01/01/2022
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It’s always nice to back a nice priced winner, but it felt even more satisfactory to start the year as we mean to go on, with a solid start to the new calendar at Fairyhouse and Cheltenham. Djasek was the flavour of the day and with Tony Martin’s horses remaining in good nick over the New Year period, he should be followed with the closest of scrutiny. I am delighted to be getting back on track tomorrow, as it’s Lawlor of Naas day and it should provide some excellent action. There are a couple of selections on the card that I’m keen on.
The first of those selections comes in the opening race of the card and its the Mares Beginners Chase over 2m3f at 12.30. Despite there only being 5 mares going to post for this race, it is a very competitive affair and all of these mares have been able to pick up some good races in their time thus far without making that elusive breakthrough over the big sticks. I am going to be taking a chance that it will be the turn of Rosey’s Hollow in this race, who brings some of the best hurdle form to the table and made an eye-catching chase debut over this course and distance a few weeks ago. Roseys Hollow had a good novice hurdle campaign last year, with a win against Royal Kahala looking like top form in the book now and her fifth behind Capodanno last time out was more than satisfactory. Now back in Mares’ company, and running against a couple of horses who have struggled to get their head in front in recent times, she could take a fair bit of beating in this field. At a best price of 11/4 with Bet365, she is a bet.
The 1.35 race on the card is the first handicap of the day and this 2m handicap chase does not look like an easy one to get to the bottom of. Alice Avril comes into this race after a autumn break and will have to prove herself first time out, especially with the De Bromhead horses continuing in hit and miss form. The same comments about stable form can be applied to Araheacan, who won nicely last time out. That leaves me to side with the Dempsey’s and Fighting Fit, who has a decent pull at the weights with his conqueror from last time out and could well get a deserved win over fences in handicap company. His run at Fairyhouse last time out was a very solid effort for his first handicap start and one can’t forget that he won his last two starts in handicap hurdles. With that experience gained and off a workable mark, he should be right there in the finish. He is priced at 9/2 with Paddy Power, who pay out the 3 places, and although he is short for an each-way price, I am going to take that insurance.
The final selection of the day comes in the 2.45 race, which looks like a good standard maiden hurdle over 2 miles. There are some well thought of bumper winners in this line up and it could be a race that pays to follow throughout the season, so make sure to have your eyes and ears peeled when this race jumps at quarter to three. The overpriced horse in this line-up is definitely Flame Bearer, who can be forgiven for his first run over hurdles and is sure to make a much better fist of things on his second starts over obstacles. This horse has always been well thought of despite not being the easiest to train, and he looked like a horse to keep the right side of after his two bumper wins last season. His fifth on hurdling debut behind Dysart Dynamo was a tad underwhelming, but he should strip much fitter for that and I’m excited to see what he can do the second time of asking. At 17/2 with Paddy Power, he should be backed each way.