cork 23rd Apr
With 150 horses declared at Cork, picking winners won't be easy, with the most valuable race on the card, the Follow Us On Twitter Handicap Hurdle, no exception.
Saint Gervais is likely to have his supporters having won nicely at Clonmel, though Millieann's course and distance success cannot be ignored.
Both lack experience in handicap company, however, and In A Nutshell, not far away in a race at Listowel, could take advantage.
The Follow Cork On Facebook Mares Maiden Hurdle gets proceedings under way at 5.20 and could go the way of Willie Mullins' Supreme Carolina.
The Traditionally mare had some good form in two bumpers before a couple of fair efforts in Listed company.
She may go on to better things now sent hurdling, though Carrigeen Kariega has experience over timber and will relish the drop in class having struggled in a Grade Two at Fairyhouse.
Patrick Mangan will bid to strengthen his hold on the conditional jockeys' title when he partners his father's Cyprusormilan in the Friday Evening Racing Maiden Hurdle.
The five-year-old put in a career-best show when third at Gowran and could go on to score, though Buachaill Alainn and Dara Tango are sure to keep him honest.
Clashnabrook bids for a hat-trick when he lines up in the Fathers Day June 17th Novice Handicap Hurdle.
Two wins at Fairyhouse have seen his mark rocket up 22lb, while Gimli's Return and Doctor Henry also have big handicap rises to contend with, though the latter's came after an impressive success at this track.
Peking To Paris could give Willie Mullins another success in bumpers when he takes on Johannisberger and Some Drama in the www.corkracecourse.ie INH Flat Race, while the July 13th BBQ Evening Beginners Chase could be between chasing debutant Gimli's Rock and Rayhani, second over fences at this venue earlier this month.
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