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Soft ground for Sceaux chasing debut

The going remains soft for this afternoon's meeting at Thurles where the chasing debut of Un De Sceaux in the opening Killinan Beginners Chase kick starts a seven-race card full of talent.

Report finds Fenton 'less than truthful'

Philip Fenton appeared to be "less than truthful and uncooperative", according to a Turf Club report detailing the trainer's disciplinary hearing at the weekend.

Meade admits Riches ground question

Noel Meade has his fingers crossed Road To Riches will be able to handle the soft conditions he is likely to encounter in the Lexus Chase at Leopardstown on December 28.

Max powered up for Thurles outing

Max Dynamite, who still holds an entry in Sunday's Bar One Racing Royal Bond Novice Hurdle, begins his career over obstacles in the Cahir Maiden Hurdle at Thurles.

Moon another Dundalk victor headed to jumps

Moonmeister failed to find a new home at the sales recently but on his first start since the well-bred three-year-old pleased connections by landing the concluding Christmas Parties At Dundalk Handicap.

Hayes doubles up as Powers win again

Wexford owner Edward Power, father of Melbourne Cup winners Walter and Robert, saw his own horse Ned's Indian triumph in the Crowne Plaza Jockey & Trainer Awards Handicap at Dundalk tonight.

Princess sheds maiden tag on 28th outing

On start number twenty eight Noverre Princess shed her maiden tag under Declan McDonogh in the Dundalk Stadium On Facebook Handicap.

Hurdles bound Dolce gains a deserved win

Fourth in the 2013 Racing Post Trophy, Dolce N Karama got off the mark on start number thirteen when landing the Crowne Plaza Leading Jockey & Trainer Championship Rated Race.

Hoban rides first winner in Aga Khan silks

Conor Hoban rode his first winner in the Aga Khan silks when getting Dalewari home to justify favouritism in the www.dundalkstadium.com Nursery Handicap.

Tomahawk delivers

They may have come up short in the opener with the well-backed favourite Mr Bounty (4th). However you won't keep men like Michael O'Callaghan and Fergal Lynch down for too long and they struck in race two, the Dundalk Stadium – Light Up Your Night (C & G) Maiden with Indian Tomahawk.

Time for more success for Anatefka

One might have expected Times In Anatefka to head the betting in the Crowne Plaza Hotel Race & Stay Handicap, on the back of her win here at Dundalk twelve days ago. The daughter of Pyrus eventually went off 4/1 'second-in' but she still got the job done under Chris Hayes.

Bobs has Leopardstown on agenda again

Bobs Worth is on course to bid for back-to-back victories in the Lexus Chase at Leopardstown on December 28.

McCoy back on a winner

Tony McCoy made a triumphant return to the saddle with victory on Southfield Royale in the opener at Fontwell.

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12.20 Blood Cotil , Clarcam , Dfordarsi

1.25 Delegate , Medimli , Mount Masada

3.10 Summers King

3.40 Mister Miyagi


3.55 Sweet Piccolo , Picnic In The Glen

4.55 Mambo Spirit

5.55 Faery Song


1.10 Rathlin Rose

2.20 Fairy Alisha


12.45 Devenish Island

1.20 Top Totti

1.55 Lady Ra

2.30 Gurkha Brave , Safari Journey

3.05 Hi Bob

3.35 Monkey Rum

    Today's Action at Thurles

    Thurles racegoers are in for a treat on Thursday with a host of classy of performers on show on a fascinating card.

    Yesterday's Racing at Dundalk

    Dolce N Karama finally got his head in front where it mattered in the Crowne Plaza Leading Jockey & Trainer Championship Rated Race at Dundalk.

    Sunday's Racing At Navan

    Gordon Elliott added another big prize to his CV when the heavily backed lightweight Balbriggan led all the way under Kevin Sexton to take the Ladbrokes Troytown Handicap Chase at Navan.

    Saturday's Racing At Gowran Park

    Willie Mullins displayed his team's impressive power with a Gowran Park four-timer highlighted by the success of Ballycasey in the feature Race That Stops A County 'Thyestes Jan 22nd 2015' Chase.

    Friday's Racing At Dundalk

    Trainer Tony Carroll hit the jackpot under the lights at Dundalk with a double thanks to Serenity Spa and Innoko on a raid from his Worcestershire base in England.

Races Coming Up

12.50 Thurles Best Prices: Federici (7/4) On The Shannon (9/1) Shantalla (10/1) Betterthanalright (11/1) 12/1 BAR

1.00 Newbury Best Prices: Woodford County (2/1) Itoldyou (7/2) Susquehanna River (4/1) Ruapehu (9/2) 10/1 BAR

1.10 Taunton Best Prices: Gaelic Myth (15/8) Assam Black (7/2) Chapel Garden (5/1) Earthmoves (13/2) 20/1 BAR

1.20 Uttoxeter Best Prices: Molly's A Diva (11/8) Churchtown Love (7/4) Rattlin (7/2)

1.25 Thurles Best Prices: Max Dynamite (4/5) Baily Cloud (9/2) Fact File (7/1) Phil's Magic (8/1) 10/1 BAR

1.35 Newbury Best Prices: Vazaro Delafayette (9/4) Flying Bandit (4/1) Spookydooky (9/2) Loch Ba (13/2) 10/1 BAR

1.45 Taunton Best Prices: Cody Wyoming (6/4) Somemothersdohavem (10/3) Somchine (7/2) Sun Wild Life (5/1)

1.55 Uttoxeter Best Prices: Acapulco Bay (7/2) Stag Hill (7/2) Nolecce (4/1) Summertime Lady (5/1) 10/1 BAR

2.00 Thurles Best Prices: Clondaw Court (4/7) Ttebbob (3/1) Mount Colah (6/1) Mister Red (25/1) 40/1 BAR

2.10 Newbury Best Prices: Southfield Theatre (4/7) Carraig Mor (7/4) My Silver Cloud (66/1)

2.20 Taunton Best Prices: Cloudy Spirit (4/5) Come On Annie (9/4) Bollin Judith (8/1)