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Next month's Darley Yorkshire Oaks remains the most likely next port of call for Volume following her excellent run in defeat in Ireland last weekend.

Trainer Mick Winters will wait on the results of a crucial scan next week before making plans for high-class chaser Rebel Fitz.

David Marnane is looking forward to making his first visit to Pontefract on Sunday as Elleval bids for Listed honours in the Skybet Supporting The Yorkshire Racing Summer Festival Pomfret Stakes.

Trainer Pat Flynn faces an anxious 24 hours before finding out whether Storm Away will make the cut for the Connacht Hotel Qualified Riders Handicap on the opening evening of the Galway Festival.

There was an unfortunate post-script to the concluding Acquired Brain Injury Ireland Mares Bumper at Wexford today when the Philip Fenton trained Cruisingdownriver returned lame having passed the post a comfortable winner over Rathmuck Native.

Windward Passage showed his battling qualities in the extended mile and two handicap at Down Royal when forging home by two and a quarter lengths.

Trainer Patrick Prendergast completed a double at Down Royal today in the concluding three runner Her Majesty's Plate when his 4/5 favourite Manalaplan scored under Chris Hayes.

Best Value landed a gamble in first time cheekpieces as he took an incident packed sixth at Wexford, the Saltees Islands Handicap Chase, scoring under Mick Darcy for TJ Nagle.

Trainer Denis Hogan kept up the good recent work at Wexford today when his Dedoctorsdaughter ran out the 18 lengths winner of an incident packed Easyfix Rubber Products Mares Beginners Chase, winning under Brian Cawley.

The Johnny Murtagh trained Fix It landed a gamble (11/2 to 3/1f) to score a third winner for the trainer's daughter Caroline Murtagh in the Now Is A Good Time Handicap at Down Royal today.

Shell House saw off Taaluf in the extended mile and a quarter fillies’ handicap at Down Royal to score for Aidan O’Brien and Joseph O’Brien.

The Shay Slevin trained Get More sprang a 14/1 surprise in the Martinstown Opportunity Handicap Chase providing his rider Patrick Corbett with just his second success in Ireland.

Going - Good, Good to Firm in places. Weather - Sunny and warm

Springfield Grey gained a maiden win in the Littlewoods Ireland Day Tomorrow Handicap Hurdle at Wexford today, winning for trainer Thomas Walsh and claiming jockey Shane Crimin.

Rookie trainer Michael Grassick junior registered his first flat success, and his second career win, at Down Royal today when his Texas Rock landed the Magners Berry Maiden under Niall McCullagh.

Trainer Ger Lyons and stable jockey Colin Keane's good season continued at Down Royal today when Belle Et Bete justified 9/10 favouritism to easily win the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Auction Maiden for the pair.

Last season's Champion Conditional Jockey Kevin Sexton made it four wins from his last eight rides when Old Theare Royal bridged a gap of three years since his own last win, in the Phelim Byrne Seasuir At Wexford Racecourse Handicap Hurdle at Wexford today, winning for trainer Lorcan Donnelly.

The Pat Flynn trained Little Sweetheart made all for a decisive six lengths win in the opening Magners Light Handicap at Down Royal today, winning well under Danny Grant.

Jockey Adrian Heskin recorded his 13th winner of the new season when steering 2/1 favourite Bashful Beauty to win the opening Maiden Hurdle at Wexford today, scoring a second winner in two days for trainer Norman Lee.

Going - Good To Firm. Weather - Very warm and sunny

Royal Ascot hero Pique Sous has been ruled out of next week's Galway Hurdle and for the rest of the season.

David Marnane's Zalty is the only Irish-trained runner in Saturday's fiercely competitive Skybet Dash at York.

Jim Bolger is doubly-represented in Saturday's King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes, with his primary hope last year's runner-up Trading Leather.

Magician tackles a mile and a half for only the third time in his career in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.

There has been strong support this morning for Jack The Hat (14/1 to 6/1) for the Phelim Byrne Seasuir at Wexford Handicap Hurdle this evening.

Watering is set to continue at Wexford ahead of today's jumps meeting with the going currently good to firm.