Macs all the rage for Gowran

The Jessica Harrington-trained Macs Joy has been backed without exclusion for the Red Mills Trial Hurdle at Gowran Park on Saturday.

Despite dual champion hurdler Hardy Eustace being a possible rival, the seven-year-old has been supported from an opening price of 6-4 to a prohibitive 4-9 with Cashmans.

The Irish firm are also offering a special bet on Hardy Eustace, who can be backed at 5-2 with a run.

Red Mills Trial Hurdle

Cashmans bet: 4-9 Macs Joy (from 4-5), 4-1 Essex, 6-1 Asian Maze, 16-1 Escrea, Ground Ball, Sky’s The Limit, 33-1 McGruders Cross, 80-1 Tolpuddle

Special Bet: 5-2 Hardy Eustace (with a run).

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