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Ground at Listowel drying up

Tue 10th Sep 2019, 09:45

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Following a dry 24 hours the ground at Listowel has improved ahead of this afternoon's national hunt card.

The going is now yielding, good to yielding in places.

For the Flat action on the first half of the card tomorrow it is now soft, yielding to soft in places.

It's set to be mainly dry today with the risk of rain (approx 5-6mm) overnight.

The ground at Leopardstown is good, good to firm in places on both tracks ahead of Saturday's Irish Champion Stakes meeting.

Races 1-4 will take place on the inner with 5-8 on the outer.

The forecast is for the risk of light showers on Wednesday and Thursday but remaining mainly dry thereafter.

The ground at the Curragh remains good on the round and good to yielding on the straight course.

There is the chance of light showers during this week with good dry spells.

Racing will be on the stand's side and the stalls will be in the centre for sprints.