TUONO CHARLIE CAN MAKE ALL IN THE DEADLY KENNELS OPEN 750 FINAL

Barry Drake

Tuono Charlie, trained by Sharon Hunt for Paul Dyer, is expected to take the world of beating in the €5,000 to the winner Deadly Kennels Open 750 at Curraheen Park.

CHASING SEVEN STRAIGHT WINS 

In magnificent form in recent times, the selection is chasing seven straight wins, and on recent form, he should be near impossible to turn over, however, another foot-perfect display will be needed. Over the last couple of weeks, Tuono Charlie has proved a class apart for his opposition around Curraheen Park and he has delivered some fantastic winning performances. He is showing loads of early speed and the trip is proving no problem either. If he can produce one of his typical quick starts, then he can make all the running once more in this feature final. 

Dagingerbread is another that should run well for trainer Paul Hennessy and owner Cian Gleeson. He's got loads of pace, but he will need to produce his very quickest start to trouble the selection. A real eye-catcher in defeat last week, another big performance is on the cards. 

Twofourone, trained by Michael English for owners Owen and Patrick Dooley, can also reach the frame. He impressed in last week's semi-final win and he looks capable of leading along the outside of the track. In doing so, a big run is likely.

SYD CAN PROVE TOO STRONG

Churchtown Syd, trained by Denis Fitzgerald for Mick Crotty, can take the following race. No stranger to big performances over the last year or so, this rates a nice drop in class, and the powerful performer can take full advantage by returning to winning ways. It will be disappointing if he can't account for this opposition and he's likely to attract plenty of market support in this line-up.

SIDE WITH BLAKE

Garfiney Blake can send punters home on a high by landing the closing race on the card for trainer Graham Holland. Out of luck last time out, he's previous form is decent and with a quick start, he can make all the running in this.