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Landmark winner for O'Keeffe with Grey Guy

Doneraile trainer Brian O'Keeffe saddled his first winner under rules as The Grey Guy gained reward for his consistency in the three-mile Comeragh Handicap Hurdle at Clonmel.

Punters make their Point with Westerner

Westerner Point landed a morning price gamble at Clonmel when taking the Lisronagh Maiden Hurdle in the hands of Phillip Enright.

Codd on the mark again in bumper

Champion point-to-point rider Jamie Codd partnered his third bumper winner within the past fortnight as Sizinguptheamazon made a winning debut in the finale at Clonmel.

Sad sequel to Leighinmohr victory

The tough nature of National Hunt racing was brought into harsh focus as Leighinmohr gained something of a hollow victory in the Slievenamon Beginners Chase at Clonmel.

Curragh strikes Gold on handicap debut

Curragh Na Gold appreciated a step back in distance to score on her handicap debut in the Carrick-On-Suir Mares Handicap Hurdle at Clonmel.

Former pointer Kilford opens a/c under rules

Kilford opened his account under rules when putting up a fine front-running display in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden Hurdle at Clonmel.

Ricci highlights Power claims

Rich Ricci rates Annie Power his best chance of a winner at next week's Cheltenham Festival after confirming the OLBG Mares' Hurdle would "more than likely" be her target.

McCoy honoured by Cheltenham

Tony McCoy believes it is a "privilege" to have a race named in his honour at what will be his last Cheltenham Festival before retirement.

Boy out to go one better

Colin McBratney believes Carsonstown Boy holds every chance of going one place better than last year in the St. James's Place Foxhunter Chase at next week's Cheltenham Festival.

Glebe bidding for Clonmel double

Coolaghknock Glebe will try to make it a double at Clonmel as he steps up in trip for Thursday's Martinstown Opportunity Handicap Chase.

Scottish Quest for Glen

Stuart Crawford has set his sights on next month's Coral Scottish Grand National with Glenquest.

Now is the right time - Hughes

Richard Hughes will retire from riding at the end of the Flat campaign before embarking upon a training career in 2016.

Fehily gets Kitten Champion nod

Noel Fehily will partner Kitten Rock in the Stan James Champion Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival next Tuesday.

Elliott registers Downpatrick double

Alberta made a winning debut for Gordon Elliott at Downpatrick today, easily winning the concluding Posh Nosh Bumper to complete a double for the Grand National winning trainer.

Walsh hoping to keep lid on Un De Sceaux

Ruby Walsh has revealed that his most important role when riding red-hot favourite Un De Sceaux in the Arkle Chase will be to prevent the prodigious chaser from boiling over in the preliminaries.

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    Friday's Racing At Dundalk

    The Carragher's XL Castleblayney Race is the pick of the action at Dundalk, and sees Producer have his first run for Dermot Weld since switching from Richard Hannon's yard for 250,000 guineas.

    Today's Action at Clonmel

    The Martinstown Opportunity Handicap Chase looks the pick of the action at Clonmel on Thursday.

    Today's Action at Clonmel

    Heavenly Brook showed his younger rivals how it was done when making all in the Martinstown Opportunity Handicap Chase at Clonmel.

    Yesterday's Racing at Downpatrick

    Gordon Elliott bookended the Downpatrick card with a short-priced double, with both Akorakor and Alberta running out easy winners and taking the County Meath handler's tally for the season to 81.

    Sunday's Racing At Navan

    Bryan Cooper has a great book of rides to look forward to at the upcoming Cheltenham Festival and kept things ticking over in the Gigginstown House Stud colours with an emphatic success on Azorian at Navan.

    Saturday's Racing 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.

Races Coming Up

8.15 Chelmsford City Best Prices: Dark Diamond (3/1) Stradater (7/2) Party Royal (11/2) Dandarrell (7/1) 9/1 BAR

2.00 Ayr Best Prices: Keys (8/11) Captain Hox (2/1) Chain Of Beacons (13/2) Baby Boss (40/1) 66/1 BAR

2.10 Leicester Best Prices: Bebinn (7/4) Killfinnan Castle (7/2) Wing Mira (13/2) Oranger (7/1) 9/1 BAR

2.20 Sandown Best Prices: Smart Catch (7/2) Benefique Royale (7/2) Cafe Au Lait (13/2) Cash Injection (13/2) 15/2 BAR

2.30 Ayr Best Prices: Mossies Well (5/2) Baby Bach (5/2) Angus Milan (7/2) Throthethatch (12/1) 16/1 BAR

2.40 Leicester Best Prices: Val De Law (4/7) Cash And Go (15/8) Bin End (33/1) Soupcon D'Albain (50/1)

2.50 Sandown Best Prices: Sirabad (11/8) Seven Nation Army (7/4) Rainman (10/1) Mister Chairman (14/1) 20/1 BAR

3.05 Ayr Best Prices: The Orange Rogue (13/8) Plus Jamais (11/4) Great Link (4/1) Spirit Oscar (11/2) 20/1 BAR

3.15 Leicester Best Prices: Etania (2/1) Cool Bob (5/1) Lamb's Cross (6/1) Thoresby (6/1) 13/2 BAR

3.25 Sandown Best Prices: Howlongisafoot (7/4) Loose Chips (9/2) Ballyallia Man (5/1) Merrion Square (6/1) 14/1 BAR

3.40 Ayr Best Prices: Minella Fiveo (10/3) Turtle Watch (9/2) Rock A Doodle Doo (5/1) Kumbeshwar (5/1) 15/2 BAR