Grand National winning trainer Gordon Elliott was content with many of his Cheltenham hopefuls, including leading Ryanair Chase fancy Don Cossack, who worked after racing at Leopardstown today.
Champion Trainer Willie Mullins worked three of his Cheltenham chasing hopefuls after racing at Leopardstown today and expressed his satisfaction following the exercise.
Trainer John 'Shark' Hanlon won't make a decision on the Cheltenham target for his stablestar Hidden Cyclone until closer to the day.
Tom Mullins completed a good day's work at Leopardstown today, completing a double in the concluding Killiney (Pro/Am) Bumper with Charbel which made an impressive winning debut under the trainer's nephew Patrick Mullins.
Champions Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh teamed up to win the Ballsbridge Hurdle at Leopardstown today with Felix Yonger returning from a mini-break to win for last season's leading trainer and jockey.
Progressive mare She's Got Grit improved her strike-rate over fences to 50% with a fifth win in that sphere in the Grade B Mercury Engineering Handicap Chase at Leopardstown today, winning for trainer Terence O'Brien and jockey Adrian Heskin.
Jonathan Burke has experienced a meteoric ride to prominence since landing the job as retained jockey to owners Alan and Ann Potts last summer and he partnered his 44th of the term when guiding their Sizing Granite to win the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Novice Chase at Leopardstown today.
The J.P. McManus owned Sir Scorpion (16/1 into 11/1) had some supporters in the Racecourse Of The Year Handicap Hurdle at Leopardstown today and in the end was almost kidded to victory under his jockey Niall 'Slippers' Madden.
Claiming jockey Luke Dempsey followed up a successful weekend with another winner at Leopardstown today, steering Do Be Doin' to win the O'Callaghan Hotels Handicap Chase for trainer Martin Hassett.
Barry Geraghty believes Sprinter Sacre will strip a good deal fitter at Cheltenham than he was for his comeback at Ascot.
Trainer Noel Meade and stable jockey Paul Carberry combined to win the opening Leopardstown Club Summer Membership Maiden Hurdle at Leopardstown today with Heck Thomas, winning in the ownership of J.P. McManus.
Speaking following the win of his Heck Thomas at Leopardstown today, trainer Noel Meade gave an update on his Cheltenham team.
Ruby Walsh has offered sympathy to weighing-room companion Mark Walsh after he suffered a broken arm and a broken ankle at Thurles on Thursday.
Old-timer Glenquest bids to record his third victory of the season by beating four younger rivals in the Newgrange Veterans Handicap Chase at Navan on Sunday.
Owner Graham Wylie has described Black Hercules as "a monster" ahead of his run in the Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.
Bryan Cooper feels Azorian has a good chance of opening his account over fences in the Follow Navan On Facebook Beginners Chase at the County Meath track on Sunday.
Irish raiders Bayan and Gitane Du Berlais feature in a field of 10 for the Prix Juigne at Auteuil on Sunday.
Irish raiders Golan Road and Degenerous make the journey to Doncaster in search of picking up black type in the BetBright Cheltenham Festival Fund Mares' Novices' Hurdle.
Keith Clarke, who enjoyed some big days as a jockey, aboard the likes of Coolcashin and Montana Slim, and a cousin of Barry Geraghty, landed his first training success when Poitin took the finale at Dundalk, the Race & Dine At Dundalk From 17 Euro pp Handicap.
2.05 Black Spot On , Golantilla
4.30 Line Of Reason , Kanaf , Fityaan
1.25 Fort Worth
2.00 Festive Affair
3.00 Chieftain's Choice
4.45 Queens Regatta
2.20 Copper Cavalier , Dandys Perier , Nelson's Pride , Island Express
4.40 The Yank , Saint Helena
5.15 Warm Order , Lazy Sioux
1.45 Paddocks Lounge
2.15 There's No Panic
Glenquest continues to roll back the years and bids for more glory in the Newgrange Veterans Handicap Chase at Navan.
Classy chaser Felix Yonger reverts to the smaller obstacles for the Ballsbridge Hurdle at Leopardstown.
Smart chaser Felix Yonger put in a classy performance on his return to the smaller obstacles as he took the Ballsbridge Hurdle at Leopardstown.
David Marnane's veteran sprinter Almadaa came out on top in a thrilling three-way finish to the feature Floodlit Friday Nights Handicap at Dundalk.
Gigginstown House stud enjoyed a one-two in the Michael Purcell Memorial Novice Hurdle at Thurles, but not in the order generally expected.
Leading owners Gigginstown House Stud sent four into action for the feature Woodlands Park 100 Club Nas Na Riogh Novice Handicap Chase at Naas and it was Empire Of Dirt who came out on top.