The Punchestown Festival reaches its fourth day of racing, after an action-packed week so far.
Tomorrow's feature race is the 17:30 Racing Post Champion Hurdle (Grade 1). Unusually, only three horses are lining up at the start.
Two of them, though, are pretty special. Hurricane Fly has won this race four years in a row, and while he only managed a fourth at Cheltenham he has recently beaten his main competitor here, Jezki, both in the Ryanair Hurdle and he Irish Champion Hurdle.
Jezki is a handy challenger, and will undoubtedly push Hurricane Fly to the end, but we fancy Hurricane to take the win.
The best odds on him can be found at BetFred, where he is currently evens for the win.
For what it's worth, while you're there they also have the best odds on Steps To Freedom, the third wheel in this race. It's not at all likely that he's going to even figure in the race to the line, but at 40/1 we'd slip a shy pound his way.
Meanwhile, over at Musselburgh, the 15:35 Weatherbys Private Banking Handicap is another small field with one likely winner.
Ventura Quest took two wins last year, and his handicap has recently returned to a more comfortable level after a 5lb jump towards the end of 2013.
He lost his first mile race by six lengths, but he was gaining at the finish and this nine furlong event, despite being a fraction further, shouldn't present an insurmountable challenge.
His strongest competitor, Yenhaab, has pulled out, so Ventura Quest's odds are shortening, but you can still pick him up at 5/6 over at Paddy Power.
Our final tip of the day is in the 16:40 at Musselburgh.
Cavalieri hasn't done this run previously, but his last tme out was over a slightly shorter distance and he looked like he still had plenty in hand at the end.
He still has plenty of improvement in him, and we think he's got what it takes over his rivals here.
His odds are fluctuating and William Hill have consistently been the longest.
He's currently 7/4, but check back because he's been out to 9/4 previously and may yet go there again.