Best bets for the horse racing Sunday 28th May

A pretty good and profitable Saturday for me yesterday with three of the five bets winning. Sunday is Irish 1,000 Guineas day at he Curragh out in Ireland and it's a decent supporting card. I am not getting overly involved on Sunday but do have a couple of bets. 

Best bets for the horse racing at the Curragh and Saint-Cloud

The first of the big races is at 2.45 the 1m2½f Tattersalls Gold Cup. Vadeni will be a warm order here  having won the G.1 Eclipse last summer and finishing his three-year-old season finishing second in the Arc. He was beaten by the re-opposing Luxembourg in the G.1 Irish Champion Stakes and the pair are closely matched. Both, I would suggest, disappointed on their seasonal debuts though they both should strip fitter for the runs. Bay Bridge finished just ahead of Vadeni in the G.1 Prix Ganay last month and the G.1 Champions Stakes winner at Ascot last season is the tentative choice in what might be a cracker of a race. We all know Sir Michael Stoute is a master with older horses and I think the five-year-old can just come out on top here. I have the 5-2 this morning.  

Dirty Dozen member and second in the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket Tahiyra is odds-on to get back to winning ways in the Group One Irish 1,000 Guineas at 3.50. I still can't believe she get beat by Mawj at HQ but she lost little in defeat the pair going seven-and-a-half lengths clear. This if of course only her fourth ever start so you would expect there is plenty more to come yet and even though I couldn't help but notice Dermot Weld was already talking about the Breeders Cup before the race at HQ she can take this before moving on to more Group One glory this season surely. At the price, 4-9, she can't be backed on her own so I have stuck her in a double. The other filly in my bet is Nashwa who races out in France at Saint-Cloud in the 1m2½f Group Two Prix Corrida at 2.45. A dual G.1 winner last year she is a consistent filly and has gone well fresh in the past so this being her seasonal debut doesn't over worry me. Hollie Doyle is once again in the saddle and with the Gosden's team  looking in fair form she is fancied to start her four-year-old campaign with a victory here before moving on to some bigger G.1 targets in the summer. She's Evens. I am on overnight as they are both shortening and the double works out at 1.89-1

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