“He’s GONE at the game!” – Dukey and Puppy Power clash over strongly fancied horse ahead of the DRF

Racing TV published this video item, entitled “”He’s GONE at the game!” – Dukey and Puppy Power clash over strongly fancied horse ahead of the DRF” – below is their description.

On this week’s episode of On The Wire we preview the Dublin Racing Festival with Johnny Ward, Brendan Duke, Robbie Power and later in the show we are joined by Love Island’s Frankie Foster. The lads analyse all eight Grade 1s, provide a few fancies for the supporting races and offer up their NAPs of the weekend.

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