The Galway Festival begins on Monday and we've been through the card to pick out some interesting tips for you.
We're skipping over the opening race because the favourite looks likely to be the star and his odds are extremely unappealing. In the 17:45, though, the handicap has only given 9lb difference between top and bottom, leaving the race looking quite wide open to our eyes.
The favourite is Camlann, a recent Flat handicap winner, but our eye is drawn a little further down the listings. Dixie Highway has won his last two hurdles races and has kept his hand in on the flat too, and we think he might come through as a surprise turn in this race too.
Camlann is well worth a look, but at the longer odds of 9/1 available at SkyBet we fancy Dixie Highway in this one.
Following on from that, the 18:15 is a race that has been absolutely dominated by Dermot Weld and Aidan O'Brien in the last decade, with Weld winning seven to O'Brien's three. It's no surprise, then, that their runners are first and second in the odds right now.
Weld's runner is Right Honourable, whose debut run to third at Leopardstown wasn't quite what his trainer would have hoped for. Weld's track record has put his horse odds on for the victory here, but we're leaning towards O'Brien's Courage Under Fire, who ran to second in the same race without looking overly troubled.
The best place we've found to back him is at Ladbrokes, who will give you a decent 6/4.
Finally, in the 19:20 you'll find another Weld horse, Time To Inspire, currently installed as favourite. We're once again looking further down the listings, though, as we think Roconga is one to watch here. He's given some impressive performances on the flat, and his one win should soon become more if his luck turns a little.
He's a tempting price too, and you can back him over at SkyBet at a very tempting 12/1.