Noel Meade is keen for Road To Riches to have another crack at the Cheltenham Gold Cup - despite his eclipse at Leopardstown on Saturday.
Jonjo O'Neill is leaning towards sending former World Hurdle winner More Of That to Newbury on Saturday for his next start over fences.
The argument for stewards relying on camera pictures at a central HQ has been made more than once in recent years and its credibility was boosted by the glacial progress of the Leopardstown enquiry following Who’s That’s handicap victory at the weekend. Everyone at the track could see there was a relatively straight-forward decision to be made. Official confirmation the placing remained unaltered though came just seconds before the off of the following Grade 1 race. Maybe some enjoyed the drama. More felt it looked amateurish.
Gitane Du Berlais held all the aces going into the four-runner Listed mares' chase at Naas and she powered away on the run-in to justify 6/5 favouritism.
Rogue Trader brought up his fourth career success when making the best way home in the two mile handicap chase at Naas.
Alisier D'irlande dominated the beginners' chase at Naas and came home the wide-margin winner.
Babbling Stream had strong form in the book that saw him well-backed for the opening maiden hurdle at Naas and he readily delivered for Willie Mullins.
Fairly Legal picked off Call It Magic before the last and was kept up to his work to land the two mile three maiden hurdle at Naas.
Mr Cosmopolitan (12/1) relished a return to hurdling when forging on to win Naas' two mile handicap hurdle.
Gigginstown supplied the 2/1 joint favourites for the bumper in Naas and the pair fought out the finish before A Genie In Abottle prevailed.
Shane Shortall's trip to Musselburgh paid off when Shrewd put up an impressive display in the totepool Supporting Scottish Racing Scottish County Hurdle.
Aidan O'Brien reaffirmed his belief Air Force Blue is a "very special" horse as the Ballydoyle trainer prepares last season's champion European two-year-old for a Classic campaign.
Ruby Walsh is keen to move on after he was unseated from Valseur Lido in the Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown on Saturday.
Nicky Henderson will check Peace And Co for any potential breathing issues after he disappointed at Sandown on Saturday.
Babbling Stream is very popular in the opening maiden hurdle at Naas. The Willie Mullins representative has been backed from 15/8 to 11/10.
Sir Anthony McCoy feels it is too early to give up on the JCB Triumph Hurdle claims of Ivanovich Gorbatov.
Pat Fahy is hoping talented performer Morning Assembly will make the Crabbie's Grand National field at Aintree on April 9.
Champion Bumper favourite Aspen Colorado is set to make another appearance at Leopardstown before a decision is made on his Cheltenham Festival participation.
Colin Tizzard can barely wait for the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup with Cue Card.
2.10 Smugglers Lane
3.10 Bunbury , Zac Courageous
1.30 Solway Bay
2.30 Tomorrow's Legend
4.00 Ruby Vodka , Competition
Gitane Du Berlais boosted her confidence with victory in the Listed BBA Ireland Limited Opera Hat Mares Chase at Naas.
Carlingford Lough came from last to first to land the Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown.
Five flashed past the post virtually in line in Dundalk's Crowne Plaza Race & Stay Handicap, but it was Marise who had her head down where it mattered.
Arkwrisht benefitted from an enterprising Ruby Walsh ride to continue Willie Mullins' domination of the Surehaul Mercedes-Benz Novice Hurdle at Clonmel.