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 is set to make his hurdling debut at either Fairyhouse or Punchestown this weekend - but will not run at the Cheltenham Festival in March.
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.
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.
Frank Berry, racing manager to owner JP McManus, believes If In Doubt will have to spruce up his jumping in the future after he overcame several errors to lift the Skybet Chase at Doncaster on Saturday.
Enda Bolger is waiting on better ground before bringing his unbeaten youngster My Hometown back to the racecourse.
David Pipe will wait until later in the week before deciding whether to let Kings Palace travel north for Saturday's totepool Towton Novices' Chase at Wetherby.
Dynaste looks set to defend his crown in the Ryanair Chase at the Cheltenham Festival after coming up short on his return to Prestbury Park on Saturday.
The Midlands Grand National at Uttoxeter has been pencilled in as a long-term target for Liam Burke's Thyestes Chase runner-up My Murphy.
Gilgamboa is likely to step up in trip after losing his 100 per cent record over fences behind the impressive Un De Sceaux at Leopardstown on Sunday.
Charlie Swan expects Ruby Walsh to desert Hurricane Fly in the Champion Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival, despite his historic fifth victory in the Irish equivalent on Sunday.
Connections of Jezki were happy enough with his run behind Hurricane Fly at Leopardstown on Sunday despite losing out to his old adversary for a fifth time.
The Fred Winter Juvenile Novices' Handicap Hurdle appears the likely next port of call for Zarib following a sound effort in defeat at Cheltenham on Saturday.
Sire De Grugy delighted trainer Gary Moore on Monday morning after enjoying a first schooling session since suffering injury earlier in the season.
The inaugural ITM Irish Stallion Trail, held from Thursday 22nd to Saturday 24th January attracted over 2000 people to 24 Irish stud farms around the country.
Leading owner Barry Connell is looking forward to seeing Foxrock test his powers at the highest level once again in the Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown on February 8th.
The jumps fixture at Lingfield on Tuesday has been abandoned due to a waterlogged track.
The Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney has made his feelings known about a new Horse Racing Ireland board, pledging it will be "representative as well as functional" and agreeing with the Oireachtas Committee's view that voices from people at racing's everyday coalface should be heard more. Commendable stuff, heart-warming even: and then he goes just that bit too far - "This isn't an industry that should be run by the big guns." Aw, Simon.
Hurricane Fly continued to rewrite the record books with a brilliant success in BHP Insurances Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown this afternoon.
2.40 Powerful Pierre
3.40 Raging Bear , With Hindsight
2.00 Beacon Lady
4.30 Stow , All But Grey
Hurricane Fly is used to breaking records, but he added another when beating Istabraq's record to land his fifth straight BHP Insurances Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown.
Zabana ran out an impressive winner of the Follow Navan On Facebook Rated Hurdle at Navan.
Conor Hoban recorded his first victory since losing his claim when he partnered Five Claw to a commanding success in the Elusive Pimpernel Maiden at Dundalk.
There was excitement at Gowran Park as Dedigout prevailed in a thrilling renewal of the John Mulhern Galmoy Hurdle.