Fozzy Stack believes Onenightidreamed could be under-priced in the Tote Irish Lincolnshire at the Curragh on Sunday.
The lightly-raced four-year-old heads the betting for the fiercely-competitive handicap on the first day of the Irish Flat turf season, despite having been off the track since finishing third over the course and distance last spring, just his third competitive start.
Last year's runner-up Odeliz crosses the Irish Sea for a fourth time for the Lodge Park Stud EBF Park Express Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday.
Karl Burke's mare was beaten just a head by Vote Often in the Group Three event 12 months ago and went on to finish fourth in the Kilboy Estate Stakes at the same track, before placing third in another Pattern race at Gowran Park in September.
The flat season kicks off at Doncaster today and we will look to get in amongst it this season, as last year it went over our heads a bit at times. Along with some value E/w bets in the big Doncaster races, we have a novice hurdle bet at Straford too.
Richard Fahey targets the Lincoln meeting at Doncaster and had we punted all his runners at this venue during the month of March we would have found 15 winners from 106 bets (14.2% strike-rate) for a profit of £28.50 to a £1 level stake. In handicaps only, the figures improve to 14 winners from 81 runners (17.3% strike-rate, +£46.50).
The flat season begins in earnest this Saturday with the £100,000 Lincoln Handicap providing an ideal springboard for the summer ahead. We've worked through the 22 horse field and pinpointed a likeliest winner, two dark horses and a live outsider at the bottom of our horse-by-horse rundown!