Monday 23rd March: Lucky 15 Most Backed Horses

These are the horses that have moved most in the market as of 9am. We have put together an ACCA of these horses to win or to be placed. Please read all the analysis from the racing post below, these horses are getting backed in, in most cases or there maybe non runners in their races. All prices correct at time of publishing

14:00 Nass – 1st Show 3/1 to Last Show 2.75/1

Sire Dawn Approach won the corresponding race when run at the Curragh in 2012; however, this colt’s overall pedigree profile is geared towards stamina; closely related to Listed 1m2f winner Glamorous Approach and to 2m handicap winner Teologia; respected all the same as Kevin Manning’s choice.

The Horse – Poetic Flare

Our Pick – Poetic Flare To Win

14:30 Naas– 1st Show 6.5/1 to Last Show 6/1

Shaped well when staying on for fourth over this trip at the Curragh on only start at two; has been gelded and now fitted with a tongue-tie; stable had a powerful juvenile squad in 2019.

The Horse – Grizzly
Our Pick – 
Grizzly To Win

15:00 Nass – 1st Show 8/1 to Last Show 7.5/1

Winner in France as a juvenile; competitive again off a declining mark when third in a 28-runner 6f contest at the Curragh last October; signed off with an encouraging head second over 7f at Leopardstown.

The Horse – Tresorier

Our Pick – Tresorier To Place

 16:30 Naas– 1st Show 1.63/1 to Last Show 1.5/1

8yo making up for lost time this season, now 3-3 between the flags overall; won Dromahane point-to-point as 6yo in December 2018 before missing just under a year and getting the better of useful Samurai Cracker on comeback at Kirkistown last November; comfortable win at Farmaclaffley last month makes him a major player here for in-form trainer.

The Horse – Even So

Our Pick – Even So To Win

All our picks come to a 129/1 EW ACCA HERE 

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Botox Has

Chased home Allmankind in C&D Grade 2 (soft) last November and went one better in similar race on New course here (2m1f, soft) the following month, not seen again since but should be okay on today’s faster ground and is open to more improvement this season.




Dual slow-ground novice hurdle winner in January before very close second in Martin Pipe on handicap debut at The Festival here (2m4f, soft) in March, remains unexposed in that sphere but connections are evidently very keen to launch his chasing career.



Cobra De Mai

Likes it here and ran well in the big 3m1f handicap at the Festival on final appearance of last season when the ground was softer than he’d prefer, probably needed his Fontwell return, when again conditions weren’t ideal, and the cheekpieces were absent.



Minella Encore

Point/dual bumper winner who was placed in some good Irish novice hurdles last season (2m5f-3m) for Willie Mullins (peak RPR 137), the 2m4f trip nearly found him out when making hard work of justifying favouritism on debut for new yard at Uttoxeter (good) and there’s good reason to believe he can find plenty on that form returned to 3m.

Returns and odds correct at time of publishing.