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Going updates

Thu 6th Jun 2019, 09:12

Gatsby Cap and Andrew Slattery go in the finale at Leopardstown tonight
© Photo Healy Racing

Ahead of tonight's action at Leopardstown (5.45 start for a 7-race card) it's good to yielding with the risk of showers later this evening.

The ground at Clonmel (tomorrow) is good, good to yielding in places. They're expecting sunny spells and scattered showers at Powerstown Park.

They also race at the Curragh on Friday and at headquarters it's now described as yielding (straight) and good to yielding (round). There's the risk of light showers at the County Kildare venue and the stalls are in the centre for the sprints.

Meanwhile following 30mm of rain in the last 24 hours the ground at Roscommon (Monday and Tuesday) is heavy (Flat) & soft (National Hunt). There's the risk of showers over the coming days at Roscommon.

The ground at Punchestown (Wednesday) is good to firm, good in places following 25mm of rain in the last 48 hours. Further rain is forecast.