Andrew Oliver is preparing the prolific Panama Hat for an ambitious tilt at the American St Leger.
Hidden Cyclone could have a few more tries over hurdles after his decent effort at Galway on Thursday.
Trainer Michael O'Callaghan is daring to dream about a potential Classic contender next season in Now Or Never.
Ervedya attempts to take her game to the next level when she competes against older horses for the first time in the Prix Rothschild at Deauville this afternoon.
John Gosden believes Golden Horn's late defection from the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot could have been a "blessing in disguise".
Jack Hobbs could run at Newbury in September in preparation for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe a month later at Longchamp.
Sabrina Harty is wary of any further rain but expects Have A Nice Day to acquit himself well in the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund 'Ahonoora' Handicap over seven furlongs at Galway on Sunday.
Rebel Fitz makes his eagerly-awaited return in the At The Races Chase at Galway on Sunday and should take plenty of beating if stripping fit enough after almost 10 months off.
Richard Hughes was out of luck at Glorious Goodwood as the three-times champion jockey retired from the saddle to embark on a training career.
Legatissimo ran out a most impressive winner of the Qatar Nassau Stakes at Glorious Goodwood.
Dermot Weld has edged ahead of Willie Mullins in this year's titanic arm-wrestle to be Leading Trainer at the Galway Festival, having won the concluding Bumper at the meeting with First Figaro.
Dermot Weld clocked up his fourth winner of the week at Galway today when his 10/11 favourite Another Figaro landed the concluding Ladbrokes 'Your Sport Your Way' Flat Race under Finny Maguire.
The indications are again good at Galway today as each of the crowd, bookmaker and Tote figures were up on the corresponding day in 2014.
The Michael Halford trained Ebadani was the second consecutive top weight to win at Galway today, landing the Ladbrokes 'The Believer' Handicap under capable five pounds claimer Sean Corby.
The Ger Lyons trained Waipu Cove ran out probably the easiest winner of the week at Galway today, landing the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Nursery Handicap eased right down by jockey Leigh Roche.
The defeat of three of Dermot Weld's short priced horses at Galway today leaves the perennial Leading Trainer at Galway trailing rival Willie Mullins at the head of this year's renewal, following the running of the first four races.
Aidan O'Brien completed a double at Galway today when his well supported newcomer Landofhopeandglory (11/8) won the 'This Is The Ladbrokes Life' European Breeders Fund Maiden under the Champion Flat Trainer's son Joseph O'Brien.
Frankie Dettori's season to remember got even better as Magical Memory powered to victory in the Qatar Stewards' Cup at Glorious Goodwood.
Willie Mullins registered a seventh Galway Festival win today as Valyssa Monterg led home a 1-2, of reserves, for the Champion Jumps Trainer in the featured Grade C Ladbrokes Handicap Hurdle.
2.15 Baby Whizz
2.45 Ad Idem , Battling Boru
3.20 Texas Rock
3.55 Art Of Logistics , Loosen My Load , Horendus Hulabaloo
5.00 Hunting Tower , Crafty Codger
6.00 Poetic Lady
3.05 Picks Pinta , Tell Me Another
4.15 Fantasy Justifier
4.45 Very First Blade
5.15 Secret Dancer , Goldslinger
3.50 Balducci , Spiriting , Gabrial The Tiger
4.25 Addicted To Luck
4.05 Lucky Landing
5.05 Manger Hanagment
The final day of another enthralling Galway Festival features the Irish Stallion Farms EBF 'Ahonoora' Handicap, in which Have A Nice Day searches for a hat-trick after two wins at the Curragh.
Willie Mullins moved a step closer to being crowned leading trainer at the 2015 Galway Festival when Valyssa Monterg gave him his seventh win of the week in the Ladbrokes Handicap Hurdle.
Clondaw Warrior (4-1) added a Galway Festival victory to his Royal Ascot triumph when running out a clear-cut winner of the Guinness Handicap in the hands of Jack Kennedy.
Quick Jack ran out an impressive winner of the Guinness Galway Hurdle Handicap for Tony Martin.
Henry De Bromhead trained the first and third home in the thetote.com Galway Plate, with Shanahan's Turn taking the big race at Ballybrit.