Cork And Naas Ground Unchanged

Fri 4th Jan 2013, 09:16

Action from Cork Racecourse
©Healy Racing Photos
The ground at Cork remains unchanged for tomorrow's seven race card at the Mallow venue.

The hurdles course is soft to heavy while the chase track is heavy.

The forecast is for the weather to be dry today with light showers tomorrow. Action kicks off at 12.10pm.

Naas remains soft to heavy, heavy in places ahead of their fixture on Sunday.

The forecast is for the weather to be mainly dry ahead of racing with the card featuring the Grade 2 Slaney Hurdle.

Action at the Kildare venue kicks off at 12.35pm.

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