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Morning among Solerina entries

The exciting Morning Run is among 15 entries for the Grade Three Solerina Mares Novice Hurdle at Fairyhouse on Saturday.

Thurles now heavy

The ground at Thurles is now heavy after 8mm of rain overnight at the Tipperary venue.

Cue Card to make bold bid for Ryanair again

Forcing tactics will be used once more on Cue Card when he bids to regain the Ryanair Chase at the Cheltenham Festival in March.

Zarkandar is Nicholls' chief World hope

Champion trainer Paul Nicholls disagrees with the bookmakers as he believes Zarkandar remains his chief hope of success in the Ladbrokes World Hurdle.

Walsh looking forward to Arkle spin

Ruby Walsh does not see the white-hot atmosphere of the Cheltenham Festival proving a problem to Sunday's scintillating Irish Arkle winner Un De Sceaux

McCoy's confidence still strong in Jezki

Tony McCoy's faith in Jezki is as strong as ever - even after he was again put in his place by Hurricane Fly at Leopardstown on Sunday.

Nicholls another Sceaux admirer

Paul Nicholls accepts Un De Sceaux will be very hard to beat in the Racing Post Arkle at Cheltenham.

Tied Cottage set for a Cyclone

Shark Hanlon is using the Boylesports Tied Cottage Chase at Punchestown on Sunday as a stepping stone for Hidden Cyclone towards the Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.

Rushvale can go on to better things

Rushvale's success in the bumper at Down Royal on St Stephen's Day, made the headlines for a couple of reasons, and his former handler James Jenkins is now hopeful that the Moss Vale gelding can continue to keep his name up in lights.

Oldtown Cheltenham prep for Oscar

Christie's Foxhunter Chase market-leader, Oscar Barton is likely to have a tune-up for the Cheltenham Festival at a point-to-point in Oldtown, County Dublin, this Sunday.

Scilly Isles looks hot

Splash Of Ginge, winner of a handicap chase at Cheltenham on New Year's Day, may revert to novice company at Sandown on Saturday.

Open Eagle ready for hurdling bow

Open Eagle is set to make his hurdling debut at either Fairyhouse or Punchestown this weekend - but will not run at the Cheltenham Festival in March.

Ruby in World bid

Harry Fry has given Rock On Ruby the green light to step up to three miles for the Ladbrokes World Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.

Mulholland keeping options open for Master

Neil Mulholland insists he will run The Young Master in the race he feels will give his exciting prospect the best chance of success at the Cheltenham Festival.

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