Tramore’s NAP: HARRIE | 5:10pm EY Chase | Dom’s Pick
Despite flattering to deceive in recent outings, Willie Mullins’s charge may fare better now in a smaller field and less competitive contest than he endured at Galway and Punchestown.
However, he finished fifth in a tough race at Fairyhouse earlier this year and won at Thurles in February, with this Paul Townend’s only ride of the evening in County Waterford.
He has some solid bumper and hurdles form to his name, and if more in his comfort zone at a track he once one on over timber, he looks the one to side with.
NB: MASTER CORNWALL | 7:45pm Assembly Techniques Handicap Hurdle (80-109)
James Dullea’s representative was unconvincing on the flat and at the beginning of his career over obstacles but he’s steadily improving and ran a career-best at Limerick last month.
He’s been raised 1lb for his troubles to a mark of 98 and wears cheekpieces for the first time.
The extra step up in trip can perhaps be the key in finally seeing him get his head over the line and he’s taken to finally shed his maiden tag here.