Fancy a flutter? Our tipster gives his selections for day five at Galway

It’s day five of the Galway Races, with plenty of mouth-watering racing still to go.

The big race of the day, the Guinness Handicap, is off at 5pm.

Fancy a flutter? Our tipster gives his selections for day five at Galway

Tommy Lyons of the Irish Examiner gave us his tips for all today’s races.

5.10pm Guinness Handicap Hurdle

Best bet Heartbreak City (nap)

Worth a look Mighty Concorde

5.45pm Guinness 17:59 European Breeders Fund Median Auction Maiden

Best bet Lost in Silence

Worth a look Tenth Amendment

6.15pm Guinness Galway Blazers Handicap Steeplechase

Best bet Waaheb

Worth a look Give Me A Break

6.50pm Guinness Handicap

Best bet Golden Spear

Worth a look Torcedor

7.25pm Guinness Race

Best bet Ivan Grozny

Worth a look Good Tradition

8pm Arthur Guinness Handicap

Best bet Rahyah

Worth a look Most Radiant

8.30pm Guinness European Breeders Fund Maiden

Best bet Zulu Alpha

Worth a look Triplicate

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