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Alan Magee

Alan Magee

Market movers at Leopardstown

Kemboy is a strong favourite for the Paddy Power Irish Gold CupKemboy is a strong favourite for the Paddy Power Irish Gold Cup
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Kemboy looks certain to go off favourite for the Paddy Power Irish Gold Cup with the sponsors offer of 11/8 a general price across the industry.

Delta Work has drifted out to 11/4 for the three-mile feature, while Presenting Percy (9/2) and Chris’s Dream (8/1) have also failed to attract support.

Aspire Tower is a rock solid 4/9 favourite to remain unbeaten over hurdles in the Tattersalls Ireland Spring Juvenile Hurdle and provide Henry de Bromhead and Rachael Blackmore with further Grade 1 glory.

Easywork is a quite weak 2/1 favourite for the Chanelle Pharma Novice Hurdle, with Mt Leinster stronger at a best-priced 5/2 and stablemate Blue Sari also catcing the eye of some punters at 9/2.

The other Grade 1 race on the day is the Flogas Novice Chase where Faugheen and Battleoverdoyen are hard to split at the head of the market around the 7/4 mark.

Ena Baie has proved popular in the opening ISF EBF Paddy Mullins (Mares) Handicap Hurdle with the Harry Fry-trained raider cut into 5/1 (from 8/1) with BoyleSports.

The JP McManus-owned pair Portmore Lough and Minella Times have been backed in the Gaelic Plant Hire Handicap Chase where Yorkhill has also been supported at fancy prices.

Bigbadandbeautiful is a rock solid 8/11 favourite for the concluding Coolmore NH Sires Mares Bumper, while those looking for some each-way value have picked out Politesse and Lady Temperance