Three To Follow At Dundalk

18:15 - Tribal Path

The first runner of the evening is the seven furlong BetVictor Handicap (Div II) and this event we fancy the Damian English trained Tribal Path.

This nine year old has been a fairly modest runner during his career but in his last six races has finished second three times with his latest coming over course and distance.

The gelding ran superb race last time out and is now only one pound higher with a 10 pound claimer on board which actually sees him much less in the weights than his last run at this track.

He holds a huge chance if running to form with plenty in his favour and he has previous course and distance form at Dundalk.

20:15 - Cautious Approach

The second runner we fancy comes in the penultimate meeting of the evening in the 1 mile 4 furlongs Apprentice Handicap and Cautious Approach for Richard O'Brien looks an attractive filly.

The four year old has shown how good she has been recently with one place and three wins in her last six outings and on Friday she is going for the hat-trick.

She has won at the track before over a mile and 1 mile 2 furlongs and stepping up again in trip seems to be the making of her and we expect another bold bid.

20:45 - Easter Orchid

The final selection of the meeting from is Easter Orchid in the Crowne Plaza Race & Stay Handicap and this Joseph O'Brien trained three year old looks a serious contender.

The filly has raced three times this season getting better with every run and last time gave her best effort in a decent handicap at Bellewstown when a good second.

She is only three pounds higher for her all weather debut and with the trainer in great form all over the world it would be hard to look past this filly.

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