Jamie Codd presents her selection on the final day of the Irish Jump Conference. – erte sports 10

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Epatante got a good shot at Coolmore Kew Gardens Irish EBF Mares Champion Hurdle (3:50). Vauban should do well at the Ballymore Champion Four Year Old Hurdle (5:00) after a successful festival last time.

Jamie Codd’s exclusive Punchestown Festival column

Punchestown Festival: Jamie Codd presents her selection on the final day of the Irish Jump Conference.

Epatante got a good shot at Coolmore Kew Gardens Irish EBF Mares Champion Hurdle (3:50). Vauban should do well at the Ballymore Champion Four Year Old Hurdle (5:00) after a successful festival last time.

Punchestown Festival winner Jamie Codd will present her picks on Day 5 of the Irish Conference, including champion hurdle star Epatante.

2.35 – Dooly Insurance Group Cross Country Chase
The final day of the Punchestown Festival kicks off with a cross-country chase with hundreds of runners. I love the look of STAND UP AND FIGHT here.

He finished third at the Ratouch Cup last year. I think Enda Bolger is keeping him in this race and he might get a bit of a beating.

He was 8x behind Singing Banjo at La Touch last year and would be a good fit for Aine O’Connor.

3.10 – Colm Quinn BMW Handicap Chase
I would go for Tom Gibney’s REGINA DRACONES here. She stalled well at Navan and her colleague Velvet Elvis fell far behind and the winner went on to run Crackers at the Irish Grand National, finishing sixth.

I think she will stay. She has a nice 10th 10lb weight and Jack Foley loses 5lbs, so I’m on her side.

3.50 – Coolmore Kew Gardens Ireland EBF Mares Champion Hurdles
It is very difficult to get out of EPATANTE. Her champion hurdles form is second only to Honeysuckle, and at Aintree she was in another league.

She doesn’t know why she doesn’t come to Punchestown and back up again. She will take every beating.

Telmesomethinggirl seemed to be running a big race at Cheltenham’s Mares’ Hurdle and if she recovered by the time she collapsed in her second final, she could be the one chasing Epatante to her home.

4.25 – Palmerstown House Pat Taaffe Handicap Chase
This is a tough race to pick a winner, but for Paul O’Flynn it’s going WEST CORK WILDWAY. I’d say better land will help his first run since January.

He won the beginner chase at Thurles in November and also won several point-to-point wins before going to the track. He was good enough to make money beating the Bosses Oscar when he won the Thurles.

Defi Bleu had a good win at Fairyhouse last day. Rob James has lost 7 pounds and he’s not without a chance if he puts on a similar show.

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Jockey Paul Townend celebrates on Vauban after winning the JCB Triumph Hurdle during day four of the Cheltenham Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse. Picture date: Friday March 18, 2022

5.00 – Ballymore Champion 4-Year Hurdles
I thought maybe Fil Dor or Pied Piper could beat VAUBAN at Triumph Hurdle in Cheltenham. But VAUBAN was incredibly impressive and he won’t be able to beat this if he brings that form to the table.

He looks like a very classy horse and the rest of us will have a hard time turning him over.

5.30 – always over SP handicap hurdle tote
Philip Hobbs has a habit of getting results when he brings horses to Punchestown, and CAMPROND may speak for him this year. He ran well in Cheltenham behind the fleet commander and he will handle the ground.

6.05 – Buggyman (Pro/Am) Flat Race
These bumpers are for horses not racing on the racetrack, so it will be very difficult to predict the winner. Competition is always fierce.

Willie Mullins has a 5-year-old Walk In The Park called Ballybay, and few snippets of point-to-point form like Gavin Cromwell’s Path D’oroux and Read To Return, trained by Tony Martin. The horse I’ll take a chance on is BUILT BY BALLYMORE by Pat Doyle. He is the Flemensfirth horse of Sean and Bernardine Mulryan.

I’m sure Pat will coordinate this boy well. He is a very clever trainer. I mean Westcoastinformant is going really well and I’d be happy if he could finish the money.

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