Undeniable Alibi
Liam Headd’s three Punchestown festival selections for Thursday

Liam Headd’s three Punchestown festival selections for Thursday

Owned by Robcour, Undeniable Alibi comes into this contest with an impressive record, having won one of his three starts over hurdles and placed third on the other two. Each start has seen an improved Racing Post Rating, indicating further improvement can be expected.

He has shown versatility by performing well in heavy or soft ground conditions. The form of his recent third-place finish at Naas can be rated highly as the fourth-place finisher went on to win his next start at Perth.

Trained by Elliott, the six-year-old has shown consistency, winning two of his five races over hurdles and finishing second and third on two other occasions. His success at Down Royal and over course and distance at Navan further proves his potential in this contest.

Lucky Lyreen’s recent strong performance at Fairyhouse shows that he has been freshened up and is ready to compete at his best. Additionally, the return of Jack Kennedy in the saddle enhances his chances of success.

His previous strong performances indicate that he has the potential to compete well in this contest. Wingmen has shown promise, with an eyecatching debut win in a Naas bumper, followed by a strong finish in his next start.

The use of a first-time hood indicates potential for improvement, especially considering the race came after a break. This suggests that there may be more to come from Wingmen.

Overall, these contenders have all shown promising performances and potential for further improvement, making this contest an exciting one to watch.

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