Galway Races Tuesday – Betting Tips, Results – Start Time 5:20pm

It’s day two of the Galway racing festival, we have betting tips, results and race start times for Tuesday’s meeting.

5:20pm 2m½f (2m110y) COLM QUINN BMW Novice Hurdle (Listed Race) (4yo+)

Highly competitive opener, Willie Mullins saddles the favourite Fast Buck, the 10/11 shot looks way too shot so we would advise small stakes on the Charles Byrnes trained and Davy Russell has ridden Turnpike Trip at 8/1, he won first time out over hurdles at Cork and has lots of potential to be a high class hurdler.

1) Fast Rock

5:55pm 2m½f (2m110y) COLM QUINN BMW Novice Hurdle (Listed Race) (4yo+)

After Innesfree winning the 2yo maiden yesterday, Zero Ten looks the second banker of the week. He is a more backable price at 5/6 and unless he falls its looks highly unlikely he will be beaten on his first try over fences after being a high-class hurdler.

1) Zero Ten

6:25pm 7f COLM QUINN BMW Irish EBF Fillies Maiden (Plus 10 Race) (2yo)

This is a very open race and maybe a small each way bet on the outsider Mythic at 16/1 looks the play, he is unraced but from a very nice family, its closely related to 6f 2yo Group 3 winner Walk On Bye, out of high-class sprinter Pipalong.

3) Mytic 3rd

7:05pm 7f Caulfield Industrial Irish EBF Maiden (3yo+)

This looks an impossible race to have a fancy as any of ten runners could win it, all the money has been for Dedilion of Andrew Slattery, he was 10s and is now best price 13/2. He might worth a tiny bet.

7:40pm 1m½f (1m123y) COLM QUINN BMW Mile Handicap (Premier Handicap) (3yo+)

All the money has been for Numerian, who had done all his racing at Dundalk before promising fifth in the Britannia Stakes at Royal Ascot. He was 5/1 and is now 7/2. This could be still value for a progressive horse. My advice is to take the 7/2 and sit back and hope it gets a bit of luck. 

8:10pm 1m½f (1m123y) Caulfield Industrial Handicap (4yo+ 55-70)

This is bottom of the barrel stuff, most of these horses have mind, body and every other issue a horse could possibly have to make it run slow. So looking at the money Danis Boy ridden by Rachel Blackmore could be worth a small flutter at 12/1.

8:40pm 7f Handicap (4yo+ 60-80)

Another race to keep stakes small, Sagatarious Rising has been well fancied by many people for this race and at 16/1 he might send punters home happy.




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