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Impressive King gives rivals the Blues

King Blue belatedly opened his account at the age of nine when readily landing the Fegentri World Championship (QR) Handicap Hurdle at Cork for the husband and wife team of Ross O'Sullivan and Katie Walsh.

Princess is the punters' darling

Favourite backers got back on track after a couple of reverses in the opening two races at Cork as One Cool Princess landed the odds in the CITSU Maiden Hurdle.

Mall Dini proves popular in bumper

Mall Dini made a promising debut under rules at Limerick earlier this month, and went one better to justify 7/4 favouritism in the Viva La UCC Ladies INH Flat Race at Cork.

Killarney scores on debut at Cork

Sizing Killarney got his career off to a successful start when taking the CIT Horse Racing Maiden Hurdle at Cork.

Sruthan bids for Gladness repeat

Last year's winner Sruthan is reported in fine form as he gears up for the Big Bad Bob Gladness Stakes at the Curragh next month.

Ballinrobe launch 2015 season

Ballinrobe Racecourse launched their 2015 season at the racetrack today, with nine race meetings scheduled and total prize-money in excess of 800,000 euro.

Mullins ponders Charbel options

Tom Mullins is set to give exciting bumper prospect Charbel a prep run at either Limerick or Fairyhouse ahead of a shot at the champion bumper at Punchestown.

Ballydoyle brigade excites Hensey

General manager Paul Hensey is relishing the prospect of the likes of Gleneagles, Ol' Man River and John F Kennedy working after racing at the Curragh on Sunday.

Monaghan looking foward to World Cup night

The attraction of Dubai as a winter base has enabled County Tipperary-born Marc Monaghan to put his career into acceleration mode as the 20-year-old becomes one of the few apprentices to compete on World Cup night.

On-song Cappella has classic aim

Cappella Sansevero is poised to chart a direct route to either the Qipco 2000 Guineas Stakes or the Irish equivalent a few weeks later.

Going updates

Racing takes place this afternoon at Cork, and the going is now soft to heavy (heavy in places) following a further 7mm of rain since declaration time.

Chopin tuning up for new team

Ger Lyons is excited at what the future might hold for new recruit Chopin.

Walsh poised for Bally ride

Willie Mullins has confirmed that Ruby Walsh is likely to ride Ballycasey in the Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree on April 11.

Maggio has Topham safety net

Patrick Griffin is hoping Maggio makes the cut for the Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree, but has given him an entry in the Crabbie's Topham Chase as a back-up option.

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5.40 Cliffside Park

6.10 Akito , Tasidana


2.30 Doctor Of Music

3.05 Tistory

3.40 Kadalkin

4.10 Miles To Memphis

5.20 Java Rose , Seas Of Green , Queen Spud


2.20 Magic Bucks , Makin A Statement , Lajjah , Zuzinia

2.50 Edgar Balthazar

3.25 Moulin Rouge

4.30 Bushy Glade

5.05 Just Five

Ffos Las

2.40 Duke Of Monmouth

4.20 Beau De Tabel

4.55 Draytonian , Robert's Star , Chief Brody , Lime Street

    Friday's Racing At Dundalk

    Indian Tomahawk returns to action in the Compare Prices At attheraces.com/odds Median Auction Race at Dundalk.

    Today's Action at Cork

    There's likely to be a big crowd in attendance for Cork's student raceday, and the pick of the action could be the Don't Step On The Crest Handicap Hurdle, which pits three last-time-out winners against one another.

    Today's Action at Cork

    Captainofthefleet completed a double when defying top weight in the Don't Step On The Crest Handicap Hurdle at Cork.

    Sunday's Racing At Downpatrick

    Gordon Elliott and Davy Condon capped a big day when Riverside City put in a storming late run to take the feature Toals Bookmakers Ulster Grand National EBF Handicap Chase at Downpatrick.

    Saturday's Racing At Gowran Park

    Blair Perrone showed his appreciation for a marked drop in class with a ridiculously easy victory in the Henry Shefflin & Aidan O'Brien Rated Novice Hurdle at Gowran Park.

    Friday's Racing At Dundalk

    Russian Soul picked up the winning thread with a convincing victory on his return to Irish action in the Weatherbys Printing Race at Dundalk.

Races Coming Up

2.00 Lingfield Best Prices: Margot Rose (11/4) Swift Susie (4/1) Masipa (4/1) Frank The Barber (11/2) 8/1 BAR

2.10 Newcastle Best Prices: Mossies Well (7/2) Donna's Pride (4/1) Itchymei'mscratch (5/1) U Name It (11/2) 6/1 BAR

2.20 Wetherby Best Prices: Aristo Du Plessis (9/4) Prince Khurram (9/2) Stylish Chap (5/1) Bentons Lad (6/1) 8/1 BAR

2.30 Lingfield Best Prices: Astra Hall (9/4) Nebula Storm (9/4) Investissement (7/2) Opera Buff (6/1) 16/1 BAR

2.40 Newcastle Best Prices: Gin Cobbler (9/4) Have You Had Yours (11/4) Shine A Diamond (3/1) Rosquero (9/2)

2.50 Wetherby Best Prices: Cowslip (9/2) Hail The Brave (5/1) Feast Of Fire (13/2) Masirann (10/1) 10/1 BAR

3.00 Lingfield Best Prices: Chelwood Gate (4/1) Lady Marl (9/2) Pactolus (5/1) Bobby Benton (6/1) 8/1 BAR

3.10 Newcastle Best Prices: Honourable Gent (11/2) Azure Glamour (11/2) King's Chorister (15/2) Copt Hill (8/1) 8/1 BAR

3.20 Wetherby Best Prices: Greenlaw (4/1) Vasco D'ycy (9/2) Big Casino (5/1) Vinny Gambini (6/1) 8/1 BAR

3.30 Lingfield Best Prices: Miss Giler (15/8) Clarentine (5/2) Skywards Miles (9/2) Virginia Celeste (5/1) 12/1 BAR

3.40 Newcastle Best Prices: De Vous A Moi (4/1) Montoya's Son (4/1) And The Man (5/1) Un Guet Apens (8/1) 8/1 BAR