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Zoom Call

Zoom Call is going to struggle today as there has been a lot of rain. However the speedster is preferred to than the rest of the field as her stwo starts to date have been consistent and as long as she can handle the tacky ground she should have enough quality to head in front.

Teddy Boy

A very open handicap with a decent sized field of 14 runners. Teddy Boy is due a win having been so close on numerous occasions. His mark has been left alone and the replaced jockey may just spark a bit of life into his legs that gets him across the line in front.

Druid’s Altar

The Joseph O’Brien three-year-old has made a decent start to his career with one placed effort and two decent showings at Galway and Fairyhouse. The majority of the field are unraced and that little bit of experience is enough to convince.


Dewcup won two bumpers as a four-year-old and finished fourth behind McFabulous at Aintree last year. Shows there must be some promise in him and a decent performance last time out where he finished second he looks likely to make the most of this and come away with a victory.


Not bulging with talent, but this race does look to get one horse back to winning ways and we are tasking Bestrella with that. She was decent last month when pushed further up in trip at Ballinrobe and could return to the winners enclosure here today.

Sienna Lady

She should really have won last time out when she was nosed in the dying embers at Dundalk 2 weeks ago. At the fifth time of asking she should be able to finally break her maiden. She does start from a very wide draw but that shouldn’t be too much of a problem if these rainy conditions hang around as a late closer will be a winner here.


We are hoping for a closing win today with Blankiedoodie. He finished third last time out at Gowran and if he puts his best foot forward today then we can expect a victory.

About Bellewstown Racecourse

Not only is Bellewstown one of the most historic racecourses in Ireland, but it is also one of the more picturesque. Situated atop the Hill of Crockafotha, just over 20 miles from Dublin, racing has occurred here since 1726, with one early record citing that King George III sponsored a race on the course in 1780.

These days, racing only occurs at Bellewstown on two occasions throughout the year, one three-day meeting in June and a subsequent two-day event in August, with racing both on the flat and over hurdles.

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