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Wexford

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Gaspard Du Seuil
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You can only think that there are some stars in the making in the opener at Wexford. The Mulryan’s, Munir & Souede’s and JP McManus all have entries. Gaspard Du Seuil will be the fittest of the lot having already had an outing this season. He finished third behind Formal Order at Punchestown where he showed a decent amount of promise. Rachel Blackmore gets the ride and this will be a fascinating watch.


Behind The Curtain
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A race for the progressive young horses that have recently swapped for the Jumps. Behind The Curtain had a decent time on the flat, but nothing that stands out. However a swap to the jumps brought out a much better performance at Galway and with that race under his belt a win this time is not out of the question.


Minella Indo
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One of the most popular horses in training returns in this Grade 3. There is lots of talk about his Gold Cup hopes this year and he will have to kick off with a win if he is to put them to the test. He was unfortunate to be pipped by Champ in the RSA in March but he hit that last fence very hard which would have taken everything out of him. Let’s hope he can make it home safely, miles in front.


Exit Poll
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This is one of the races of the day and will provide some much needed information for the season ahead. Andy Dufresne was one of the most impressive hurdlers of last season but disappointed in the Naas Novices’ Hurdle. If he takes to chasing then a big improvement is expected. However, we are opting for Exit Poll who’s form is stacking up very well. Prior to being unseated at Punchestown two weeks ago he beat Jon Snow at Fairyhouse in January. Jon Snow has gone on to win twice more, one of them was a very classy performance at the Galway Festival. He is now rated 145 over the hurdles meaning there is definitely a 150 rated horse in Exit Poll at least.


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Leg 1
Gaspard Du Seuil
Royal Rhythm
Leg 2
Behind The Curtain
Leg 3
Breezy Bell
Milalee
Leg 4
Allbarone
Kilgorey
Leg 5
Minella Indo
Leg 6
Andy Dufresne
Exit Poll

About Wexford Racecourse

Wexford was originally a right-handed track, but in 2015 redevelopment of the course switched the direction of travel for competitors, leaving the course with the unusual feature of the winning post being located past the spectator grandstands.

A tight track, Wexford favours the speedier types that can lie up with the pace, especially on the hurdles course which sits on the inside of the chase track.


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