Magician is set to lead Aidan O'Brien's assault on the Breeders' Cup as he bids to win the Turf for the second year running.
Aidan O'Brien believes Adelaide is the right type of horse for Saturday's Cox Plate at Moonee Valley.
Timmy Murphy does not expect to return to the saddle before the end of the year.
Mossey Joe will aim to get back on the winning trail in a point-to-point at Rathcannon this weekend.
Billy Lee, earlier a winner aboard Ken Condon's Harold Peto in the fourth, doubled his tally on Lettre De Cachet for owner Lady O'Reilly and trainer Andy Oliver in the concluding Bet Online At thetote.com Maiden at Navan.
Successful here on the flat and over flights in the past, Hazariban struck again to make it three at Navan when landing the Tote Mobile Betting Handicap under Derek McCormack.
A big field went to post for the Tote Super Trifecta Handicap at Navan but that didn't dissuade some punters from getting involved in a gamble on Princess Glamour (8s into 11/2).
Kilkenny trainer Dick Donohoe enjoyed a welcome winner as 7Ib claimer Donnacha O'Brien continued his rise up the ranks on Happy Anniversary in the www.navanracecourse .ie Handicap.
Ken Condon brought up a double at odds of just over 40/1 when the Billy Lee ridden Harold Peto landed a gamble in the Win A Ski Holiday Racecard Competition Median Auction Maiden at Navan.
Following horses reappearing quickly was the approach that paid in the opening couple of races at Navan. In event number three, the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Fillies Handicap, it was a runner switching codes, Hannah's Magic, that emerged victorious.
The first winner at Navan, Red Ivy was in action as recently as Sunday, whilst in the case of In Salutem, scorer in race two, the Tote Jackpot Races Three To Six Handicap, he was reappearing quickly after his ninth placing at Dundalk on Friday night.
There was big confidence behind Red Ivy in the opening Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Median Auction Maiden at Navan and she justified 5/4 favouritism under Chris Hayes.
Enda Bolger is waiting on easier ground before he unleashes his exciting novice chase prospect Gilgamboa.
Jonjo O'Neill intends to plan Shutthefrontdoor's campaign round a crack at the Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree in April.
Jim Lewis is looking forward to having a big-race runner in a very different setting next year.
Dandino has been scratched from the Emirates Melbourne Cup after suffering an injury.
Racing today is at Navan (1.35 start) and the ground at Proudstown Park remains unchanged, Soft, Yielding to Soft in places.
Brown Panther will swiftly attempt to banish memories of a painful Canadian experience by running at the Breeders' Cup fixture at Santa Anita.
1.35 Pink Lavender , Scottish Mist
2.05 Body Beautiful
2.40 Cristal Fashion
3.50 Royal Beauty , Eretara , Jackemil
4.25 Lovely Dancer , Nedera , Headlong
5.00 Light Storm Cass , Little Stampy , Silver Gauntlet , Skimming Stone
5.30 Neverushacon , Gladiator King , Hillofthenitengale
7.25 Alfie The Pug , Great Glen
8.25 Hills And Dales
9.25 Chez Vrony , Minty Jones , Genax
1.30 Whoopsy Daisy
5.15 Fountains Blossom , Via Volupta
5.45 Fairy Princess
2.15 Perfect Candidate
2.50 Humbel Ben
He'llberemembered goes for back-to-back victories in the Premier County Hurdle at Thurles.
An intriguing meeting at Navan gets under way at 1.35 with the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Median Auction Maiden, where Ken Condon will be hoping it's third-time lucky for Shanghai Beauty.
Hannah's Magic (9-1) chose a good time to get off the mark as she landed the Irish Stallion Farms E.B.F. Fillies Handicap, the most valuable race at Navan on Wednesday.
Avenue Gabriel has been tackling Group One company this season and the drop down to Listed level did the trick as she took the feature Clodovil EBF Garnet Stakes at Naas.
Jim Bolger's four-year-old Sun On The Run returned from a mid-season break to score a gutsy victory in the feature corkracecourse.ie Navigation Stakes at Cork.
Chance To Dance was handed the race in the stewards' room after finishing second in a dramatic conclusion to the feature Carlingford Stakes under the lights at Dundalk.