Tuesday 17 October 2017

Galway Festival Day Two: Our experts give their tips for the second day of action at Ballybrit

If our experts are right, these two men will be making their way to the winner's enclosure today
If our experts are right, these two men will be making their way to the winner's enclosure today
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It's Day Two of the Galway Festival at Ballybrit. Our team of experts have run the rule over seven-race card and have come up with their top tips. Check them out below.

5.15 COLM QUINN BMW Novice Hurdle

Patrick Mullins: Oathkeeper

Richard Forristal: Three Wise Men

Wayne Bailey: Three Wise Men

Katie Walsh: Oathkeeper

Niall Cronin: Three Wise Men

5.45 Latin Quarter Beginners Steeplechase

Patrick Mullins: Briar Hill (NAP)

Richard Forristal: Draco

Wayne Bailey: Casual Approach

Katie Walsh: Briar Hill

Niall Cronin: Briar Hill

6.15 COLM QUINN BMW European Breeders Fund Fillies Maiden

Patrick Mullins: Eziyra

Richard Forristal: Eziyra

Wayne Bailey: Eziyra

Katie Walsh: Eziyra

Niall Cronin: Eziyra

6.50 Caulfield Industrial European Breeders Fund Maiden

Patrick Mullins: Sikandarabad

Richard Forristal: Sikandarabad

Wayne Bailey: Sikandarabad

Katie Walsh: Sikandarabad

Niall Cronin: Saafarr

7.20 COLM QUINN BMW Mile Handicap

Patrick Mullins: Creggs Pipes

Richard Forristal: Sea Wolf

Wayne Bailey: Mohaayed (e/w)

Katie Walsh: Lily's Rainbow (e/w)

Niall Cronin: Hasanour

7.50 Caulfield Industrial Handicap (Rated 50-80)

Patrick Mullins: Beat The Ballot

Richard Forristal: Beat The Ballot

Wayne Bailey: Chilly Billy

Katie Walsh: Could Should Would

Niall Cronin: Mister Martini

8.20 Caulfieldindustrial.com Handicap (Rated 55-80)

Patrick Mullins: Automated

Richard Forristal: Spacious Sky

Wayne Bailey: The Fox Tully

Katie Walsh: Automated

Niall Cronin: Ard Na Carraig

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