There are four race meetings to take in across the UK and Ireland on Sunday, with jumps fare from Hereford, Fairyhouse and Plumpton, while they run on the flat at Cork.
Hereford will be our first port of call for a seven-race card that goes from 13:00-16:30, with the opener benefiting from Betfred’s ‘Extra Place’ offer, while the ‘Super Extra Place’ promotion will come into play for the Handicap Chase at 14:10.
Betfred’s ‘Free Bet if 2nd’ offer will also be available for the 15:55 Handicap Hurdle from Hereford where Peterborough (2/1 Fav) could be the one to beat after an impressive showing over fences at Kelso last time out.
Across the Irish Sea, and Fairyhouse will take centre stage for an eight-race card from 13:15-17:15, which includes a pair of Grade Two races and two Listed offerings.
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The Grade Two Novice Hurdle at 15:30 is particularly worth noting, as Betfred’s ‘Extra Place’ promotion will be available for that one, with Arctic Warrior (11/2) expected to go well after a confidence-boosting win at Wexford on his most recent appearance.
The races at 14:55 and 16:40 from Fairyhouse will also benefit from Betfred’s ‘Extra Place’ offering.
The third and final jumps card to get underway on Sunday will be the seven-race offering from Plumpton (13:55-17:23) before we quickly return to Ireland for flat racing from Cork between 14:05-17:30.
The seven-race card from Cork will be highlighted by the Listed Cork Stakes at 15:12 where Logo Hunter (5/1) could mark his return from injury with a victory, although Mooneista (6/1) and Measure Of Magic (5/2 Fav) are also expected to challenge.
Betfred’s ‘Extra Place’ promotion will again be available for the races at 14:37 and 16:57 from Cork.
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