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David Wachman launches a formidable twin assault on the Mallow Town Summer BBQ Evening July 11th Handicap at Cork on Saturday with talented filly Fly To The Moon joined by stable companion Danehill Brook.

Paul Webber's Cantlow heads a maximum field of 30 for Monday's Boylesports Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse.

Arvika Ligeonniere's career hangs in the balance after he was injured when landing the Normans Grove Chase at Fairyhouse earlier this month.

Four runners will go to post for the Grade One Powers Gold Cup at Fairyhouse on Sunday including two from the Willie Mullins yard.

Cappella Sansevero put down an early marker for Royal Ascot with an easy victory at Dundalk on Wednesday evening.

Ger Lyons was in no way disheartened by Obliterator's defeat in the Feilden Stakes at Newmarket on Wednesday.

Racecourse manager Richie Galway has not ruled out watering ahead of the Punchestown Festival.

Stuart Crawford is praying for rain ahead of the Punchestown Festival to allow Gilt Shadow to take his chance in the Irish Daily Mirror Novice Hurdle on April 30.

The ground at Fairyhouse remains good to yielding ahead of their two-day Easter fixture which begins on Sunday.

Cliff House made light work of the assessors initial 61-rating when slamming the opposition under Niall McCullagh in the concluding Youth Raceday On 5th June Handicap at Tipperary.

Coldstream's reverse as 5/4 favourite in the second, was a rare blip in recent times for the Paul Deegan team. The Curragh handler was back in the number one after race six, the Follow @TipperaryRaces On Twitter Handicap through Aussie Valentine's win.

Favourite backers are hitting the target with pleasing regularity at Tipperary this evening and Boqa justified his price of 6/5 under Wayne Lordan in the Join The Tipperary Supporters Club (C & G) Maiden.

The betting certainly didn't lie with 'twos-on' newcomer Edelmira impressing under Pat Smullen in the Book Online At Maiden.

Aboard Harley's Harley for the first time, Fran Berry got a great tune out of the Cockney Rebel filly to land the Handicap for trainer Arthur Moore.

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On a card that had the look of one that could be kind to the Bolger family, Mrs Jackie Bolger's colours where carried to success in race number two, the Fundraising Events at Tipperary Handicap courtesy of the Brendan Duke-trained Focussed.

Owned and bred by his brother Paddy, Jim Bolger's Sun On The Run was a strong favourite for the opening Follow Tipperary Races On Facebook Race and he prevailed in good style under Kevin Manning.

Bred in Gowran, County Kilkenny by BEC Bloodstock, Toormore extended his unbeaten record to four with victory in the Novae Bloodstock Insurance Craven Stakes at Newmarket.

Godolphin's great start to the season continued as Sudden Wonder edged out Observational in Newmarket's £200,000 Tattersalls Millions 3-Y-O Trophy.

Jason Maguire showed he is on the mend by attending Cheltenham races on Thursday as he recuperates from the serious injury that caused him to miss the Festival last month.

Parsnip Pete will aim to add to his Aintree success at the Punchestown Festival.

Tom George hopes Module can enhance his reputation in the Champion Chase at the Punchestown Festival after being denied the chance to run at Aintree at the 11th hour.

The Meath Foxhounds and Tara Harriers point-to-point on Sunday, 27th April has been cancelled.

Tim Doyle's Mallowney is likely to put his Punchestown Festival credentials on the line at Fairyhouse on Sunday as long as the ground is not too fast.

Action returns at Ballinrobe next Tuesday and the ground at the County Mayo track is currently soft.