Willie Mullins is very confident about his Galway Hurdle entries showing up well in next Thursday’s feature in Ballybrit.
Speaking ahead of next weeks Galway Festival, Willie says the increased rate in prize money is leading to the involvement of top class horses.
“Good Thyne Tara is improving hugely. She is on a lovely weight there at 10 stone 9 and then Whiskey Sour of course he has got Galway form, he is going to have to take his chance.
“Voix De Reve is one that is improving as well on his last two runs, he will take his chance.
“Blazer of course if he gets into the Plate which is unlikely I think will take his chance and Max Dynamite at number 22.
“I would love to get Max in off that bottom weight, he was 2nd or 3rd in it one year, disappointed last year but I think he deserves another crack at it.
“It’s fantastic prize money, Racing is all about prize money, and when you put up the prize money, you will get top class horses,” he said.