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Commanche Court, winner of last Monday's Powers Gold Label Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse, is among 14 horses left in the Heineken Gold Cup at Punchestown on Wednesday.

The gelding is one of two possibles for the Grade One race from Ted Walsh's yard along with Rince Ri, who was going well when coming to grief three out in the Tote Cheltenham Gold Cup last time.

As expected Walsh's Martell Grand National winner Papillon has been withdrawn from the race.

Seven British-trained horses remain in the contest including Martell Grand National second, third and fifth Mely Moss, Niki Dee and Addington Boy.

Leading Whitbread Gold Cup hope Stormyfairweather remains in the 25-furlong contest along with Macgeorge, Mulligan and Tresor De Mai.

Native Upmanship, winner of the Grade One Powers Gold Cup at Fairyhouse on Tuesday, is also among the acceptors.

Racegoers attending this year's Festival could come away sharing one of the big Tote Ireland Jackpots available (£50,000 guaranteed each day). There is also an added bonus for a single winner with the prospect of owning a new two-door 323 Ci Coupe BMW. Tote Ireland will pay four places in all races with 16 or more runners

Navan's weekend meeting is in doubt due to continuing heavy rain. The track will be inspected at 7.30 a.m. today to determine whether racing tomorrow and Sunday will be able to go ahead as planned.