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The From The Horse’s Mouth team took a close look at Mrs Paddy Power Mares’ hunt and resident jockey turned expert Ruby Walsh picked a two-time Festival winner as their top pick in our Reimbursement for non-runners betting market.
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“Concertista is in good shape and she had two races over fences at Cork and Limerick in December. She is a good filly and she finished second to Black Tears in last year’s Mares Handicap at Leopardstown. adapts very well to fences.
“Willie has a few here. Elimay won well at Naas earlier this month, winning by 5l. She had the right to beat Court Maid though and she left around 1/5. Dolcita and Agusta Gold are also there, but their prices are higher. Agusta Gold would need to do their best and Dolcita seems to be owned by Concertista in its form.
“Concertista is a low and precise jumper, but it’s a competitive race. You can choose one of a few here. Do I see Concertista getting shorter before the race? No, I don’t know.
“Therefore, the value is in bands like Put The Kettle On and Zambella. If I had to choose between the two, I would choose Put The Kettle On for Henry from Bromhead. She has accomplished so much more than any of these mares Her form has been dropping recently but if she’s bouncing back, she’s currently at a ridiculous price.