Leader racing tip’s Irish Grand National winner Burrows Saint

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Stoute has the power at Newbury
Stoute has the power at Newbury

THE Costa Blanca and Costa Calida racing correspondent Andrew Atkinson once again tipped a big race winner – when the Willie Mullins trained Burrows Saint won the BoyleSports Irish Grand National.

Jockey Ruby Walsh was successful on 6-1 shot Burrows Saint – who landed a gamble – in the 30 runners field at Fairyhouse on Easter Monday.

Well-backed favourite Burrows Saint, tipped each way, was confidently rode by Walsh – going on three from home – to win: “I want to win,” said Walsh, winning the Irish Grand National race for a third time.

Mullins completed a 1-2-3, with Walsh getting the pick of rides on unexposed Burrows Saint, a surprise choice according to Mullins.

“I was a little surprised Ruby chose him -I thought he might go for something with more experience,” said Mullins.

Burrows Saint made mistakes, but got into rhythm once the 3 miles 5 furlongs race slowed down: “He got travelling really well in a lovely position and jumped super most of the way,” said Walsh.

Trainer Mullins added: “The win shows what kind of ability he might have in the future. It was a tremendous result – delighted to win it for the yard too.”

*Read The Costa Blanca and Costa Calida Leader racing correspondent Andrew Atkinson – who tipped Tiger Roll to win the Aintree Grand National – weekly Saturday tips and interviews, Online every Friday at www.theleader.info

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