|Friday 5th February 2016|
Titanbet Geared Up for Dundalk Bow
Another tantalising eight-race card looks to be in store at Ireland's only all-weather racetrack in Dundalk on Friday evening.
Conor Hoban, one of the most consistent riders at Dundalk throughout the Winter All-Weather Series to date, will be hoping he can steer recent winner Skerray Rules to another victory on tonight's card.
Dundalk specialist Split The Atom is a 3/1 chance with Titanbet.co.uk bookmaker to extend his proud record at the track in the opening Bet & Watch At Titanbet.co.uk Handicap, due off at 17:30.
Winner at the track just two weeks ago, Donnacha O'Brien's mount could be hard to stop now dropping back to 5f.
Next up is the Titanbet.co.uk Handicap at 18:00 over 6f. Two against the field could be 10/3 chance Mr Right and Times In Anatevka, available at 7/1 with sport bet site Titanbet.co.uk.
They are closely matched on recent form at Dundalk and, if the latter can get out of the gates smoothly she could once more be a course and distance winner.
Regulars at Dundalk will know that Gary Carroll is a man to be feared and his mount Spruce Meadows looks to hold strong chances of following up his win at the track 14 days ago when he goes in the Money Back 2nd At Titanbet.co.uk Handicap at 19:30, where he can be backed at 5/2.
Also attempting to follow up victory at Dundalk a fortnight ago will be the Mick Halford-trained Skerray Rules, a 6/1 chance to score in the Download Titanbet Sports App at 20:00.
Hoban retains the ride and, having looked strong at the finish over a mile last time out, the extra 2f here should not inconvenience the consistent four-year-old.
The action closes with another Titanbet.co.uk sponsored Handicap at 21:00 and Move On Up is priced at 4/1 to go one better than when just denied victory at Dundalk last Friday night.
UK sportsbook Titanbet.co.uk has recently signed up to be the title-sponsor for 17 races across the four Friday night fixtures at Dundalk, including what could be one of standout nights of the year on Friday 18th March – the day after St Patrick's Day!