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Today's Sky Bet Price Boosts
Can Magical Roundabout win for champion jockey Richard Hughes?
Can Pour La Victoire win again at Brighton?
Can Pearlysteps get back to winning ways after a good fourth at the Cheltenham Festival?
Can Tender Emotion make it a hat-trick today at Pontefract?
Can Cheltenham Bumper winner Silver Concorde follow up in the Punchestown equivalent?
Can Dalmarella Dancer break her maiden tag at the fourth time of asking?
An impressive 16-length winner over fences on his debut for the Paul Nolan yard last time, Highbrow Blue stamped himself as a much-improved performer that day at Wexford and is totally unexposed over timber for these connections. With that facile success in mind, the handicapper looks to have taken a big risk by giving him an opening mark of just 107. The booking of the promising young rider Shane Shortall is a further boost to his already strong claims.