Leopardstown passes inspection
Hurricane Fly, hot favourite for the Grade 1 feature
(Healy Racing Photos)
A further 4mm of rain fell at the south Co. Dublin track overnight leaving the going soft to heavy, soft in places, on the hurdle/bumper course. The chase course is heavy.
Fresh ground is available today for the hurdle/bumper races with the inner track in use.
Officials decided to call a precautionary inspection for the second successive day at Leopardstown due to the threat of waterlogging.
Mullins also saddles the exciting Pont Alexandre, one of eight runners in the Grade 2 Synergy Security Solutions Novice Hurdle.
The first on an eight-race card gets underway at 12.25pm, with the feature at 1.55pm. The doors open at 10.30am.
The forecast is to be blustery with the chance of passing showers.
David Harry Kelly's Moyle Park, well-touted before delivering in style at Leopardstown on St Stephen's Day, grabbed the headlines at Cheltenham's Brightwells' January Sale tonight when selling to Harold Kirk for £250,000.