Ruby Walsh ended his career in the best possible way after landing the Irish Gold Cup aboard Kemboy. It was the highlight on the second day at the Punchestown Festival and we roll onto day 3 where we have plenty on offer.

Bet Boost

The vote goes to JLT winner Defi Du Seuil (6.40) even though the former Triumph Hurdle winner has yet to win over the minimum trip over the larger obstacles. The selection is 85/40 and, if he is within a couple of lengths of the lead going to the last, I feel he will be finishing best of all.

Josies Orders (4.50) would have won the Cross Country at the Cheltenham Festival if it wasn’t for the mighty Tiger Roll and looks to have an excellent chance to go one better than last years effort in the race.

Back Josies Orders (16:50) and Defi Du Seuil (18:40) both to win at 9/2

Market Movers

Loose Chippings | Southwell 14:05
11/8 now 5/6

Zorros Girl | Southwell 16:45
4/1 now 5/2

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Any odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of posting

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