Sunday’s Best Bets
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Scroll down to find our most confident selections (NAP & NB) PLUS race-by-race picks for every race across all FOUR meetings.
NAP – Best selection of the evening
Kempton 3.15 Silver Streak (4/5)
Smart hurdler who won this race impressively last year setting a new track record in the process; won the Christmas Hurdle over C&D too beating Epatante; loves it here and going to take all the beating again.
Given SILVER STREAK has won the past two renewals of this race and broke the track record last year he is extremely hard to get away from even with Sceau Royal lining up here. He simply loves it around here and even beat Champion Hurdler Epatante in the Christmas Hurdle Christmas last year. It should be a good race between the pair but ready preference is for Evan Williams loveable grey. Teqany finished second to Sceau Royal in the Elite Hurdle at Wincanton when last seen in this sphere and has his work cutout to reverse that form. Aleatoric just looks completely outclassed and showed zilch when pulled up at Southwell. Likely to end up tailed off here against some really good horses.
Naas 5.05 Barrington Court (15/8)
Talented mare who landed back-to-back wins over C&D this time last year; nothing wrong with her fourth to Twilight Payment in a Group 3 at the Curragh when last seen in August; obvious chance of getting her head back in front here.
Jessica Harrington has probably been a bit frustrated not to be able to get BARRINGTON COURT out due to the fast ground. She is a very talented mare and with enough rain overnight the ground looks ideal at a track she acts really well at. She has done really well since switched to the Flat and came from well off the pace to win again over C&D this time last year. There should be plenty of pace on here and I think she’ll be finishing better than anything under Shane Foley. Ger Lyons probably has the danger in Thunder Kiss. Her recent form figures of 121422 are very consistent and she should get competitive. Zawara was a good fourth at Leopardstown and also deserves a second look in a good race.
We’ve gone through all FOUR cards on Sunday so here’s what we’re backing. All our selections can be added straight to your bet365 bet slip (just click the orange links).
Here you will find our Lucky 15 which includes our Notebook runners (now on oddschecker), the Daily Eye Catcher and Value Tip (also on oddschecker). This is one of our most popular multiples.