The festival, at Ballybrit, begins next week.
Kildare trainer Peter Fahey is hoping to that Belfast Banter, who won at this year’s Cheltenham and Aintree Festivals, will run in next week’s Guinness Galway Hurdle.
Fahey told Dave Keena that he has a number of options but he is hopeful that his dual festival winner can take his place in the race
🗣️ "The Galway Hurdle was the plan - even before he went and won at Aintree"— Racing Post (@RacingPost) July 21, 2021
Belfast Banter attempts to follow up his Cheltenham and Aintree triumphs in next week's Guinness Galway Hurdle
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