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Il Courra, leftIl Courra, left
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Tony Martin's Golf Marin has more than halved in price (6/1 - 5/2) for the second split of the extended two mile maiden hurdle at 3.25pm in Punchestown.

This is the five-year-old gelding's third outing and he was last seen finishing fifth in a maiden hurdle at this track in January.

Bumper-winner Il Courra has been backed against the favourite Cavallino in the two and a half mile maiden hurdle at 2.15pm.

He trades at 6/4 from 15/8 while Cavallino (in first-time cheekpieces) has eased to 10/11.

There is plenty of money around in the concluding bumper at 5.30pm. Colin Bowe's newcomer King Of Brazil who is related to several winners, has seen a lot of support and is now as short as 3/1.

The 22/1 about debutant Charlie's Rockstar has long disappeared. He makes the journey down from Stuart Crawford's yard in Larne, Co Antrim and is related to Grade 3 handicap hurdle winner Ballymoy.