Punchestown & Tramore To Inspect

Sun 30th Dec 2012, 08:59

Punchestown to inspect
©Healy Racing Photos
By Gary Carson
Punchestown will hold an 8am inspection ahead of tomorrow's card due to the adverse weather forecast.

The ground is heavy after the track received 4mm of rain overnight. The forecast for this evening is for more heavy rain.

Runners will use the inside hurdle track for the first circuit of the races over timber.

Meanwhile Tramore will also inspect at 8am tomorrow morning due the to adverse weather forecast.

The track is currently raceable with the ground soft, heavy in places.

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