4 To Win: Wednesday racing tips to win you £10,000 for free
Chad Yeomans gives his best horse racing tips for Wednesday of the Punchestown Festival to help you win the jackpot in our free-to-play prediction game.
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With £10,000 up for grabs on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday this week, here are Chad Yeomans' best horse racing tips for Punchestown to get you started.
Top pick: Press Conference | Second choice: Musical Slave
The Jessica Harrington-trained PRESS CONFERENCE beat the highly-touted Annamix when he was last seen in December, and this son of Getaway could look very well-handicapped off 123.
Philip Hobbs has booked the in-form Jonjo O’Neill Jr for the ride on Musical Slave, who is on an upward curve and can certainly get placed in the opener.
Top pick: Voix Des Tiep | Second choice: Whatsafellatodo
Despite getting beaten by The Big Dog earlier in the season and last season too, Willie Mullins has his team in excellent form and can turn the tables with the Ruby Walsh-ridden VOIX DES TIEP in this series final hurdle.
He was highly tried in two seasons in bumpers and has gradually learned his craft this season over hurdles in three runs, with the series final looking the long-term plot.
Whatsafellatodo is improving and can run well on his first start for Martin Brassil.
Top pick: Kemboy | Second choice: Al Boum Photo
It seems that Willie Mullins has a stranglehold on another Grade 1 chase, this time with the return of Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Al Boum Photoand Betway Bowl winner KEMBOY.
Preference is for the latter, who looked to have improved again since his early departure at Cheltenham and may just have too much speed for the mount of Paul Townend.
Top pick: Blast Of Koeman | Second choice: Fitzhenry
BLAST OF KOEMAN hasn’t been seen since his win at Punchestown in December and this may well have been the long-term plan following his narrow defeat in the race last year.
He has a shown a liking for this course - winning once and being placed three times - and is certainly worth an each-way bet.
Fitzhenry, who finished fourth here in February, can also outrun his odds and should be backed each-way.
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