Following 3mm of rain overnight, the ground in the Curragh remains Yielding to Soft (on the round course) and Soft (on the straight) with rain this morning.
Racing on the stands' side of the track. The stalls are in centre for all sprints.
The first of eight races gets under way at 1.35pm with the Tote Irish Cesarewitch due off at 4.25pm. John Kiely's Rock De Baune has attracted early support in this staying test and is 13/2 from 9/1. Auxilia who was last seen winning by five lengths in Naas, has hardened to 11/4 from 4/1 for the Staffordstown Stud Stakes at 2.40pm.
Following 4mm of rain overnight, the going in Limerick is Heavy, Soft to Heavy in places. A dry day is expected.
The National Hunt card commences at 1.45pm and the JT McNamara Ladbrokes Munster National Handicap Steeplechase is race six on the card at 4.35pm.
Elsewhere, the ground at Gowran Park is Soft to Heavy ahead of racing tomorrow. Rain is forecast later. Monday is unsettled with a risk of some heavy showers.