Horse racing tips: Curragh and Killarney betting preview | On The Wire Racing Podcast | Racing TV

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Johnny Ward, Fran Berry and John McDonnell of Bar One Racing look ahead to an excellent weekend of action in Ireland, headlined by the Alpha Centauri Debutante Stakes and the Galileo Irish EBF Futurity Stakes. Plenty of future Classic winners have contested these Group 2 contests in recent years – will we see the same again this time?

Our team also looks back on monstrous performances from Mishriff and Snowfall at the Ebor Festival and throw ahead to Saturday’s action on the Knavesmire – the final day of the meeting – while Johnny speaks to Evan Awkwright of the Curragh and Tim Husbands of Leopardstown to get the latest news ahead Longines Irish Champions Weekend next month.

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