Three to follow from Dundalk

17:15 - Tennessee Wildcat

The claiming contest is the first race on the card that we fancy a horse to go well in and the Adrian McGuinness trained Tennessee Wildcat looks the one to beat.

Colin Keane takes up the ride which is always an eye-catching booking but last time out this nine year old finished sixth of 14 runners with the second place that day going on to win twice since then.

Although not winning since August he retains plenty of potential and having previous course form and a very handy draw makes him very easy to back.

19:15 - Psyche

The second selection of the evening over in Ireland comes in the Maiden contest over a mile and Psyche for trainer Jessica Harrington looks a nice youngster.

This son of Lope De Vega has had two starts to date and after finishing seventh on debut got the hang of things last time out at Dundalk when a classy second.

He obviously likes this track and if overcoming a slightly wide draw should have leading claims with the extra trip a positive.

19:45 - Banduic Eile

The final fancy from us on Friday is the Jim Bolger trained Banduic Eile who if overcoming her draw, on ratings is the stand alone horse in the race.

This three year old has put in two fine performances on her final two outings with a staying on fourth of 17 runners at Listowel and then last time out a superb second over course and distance at Dundalk.

She is three pounds lower now compared to her last run which puts her on a very handy mark that she can take advantage of.

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