Hong Kong: Connections of Sole Power, arguably Ireland's most popular Flat horse, are hoping he can make it fourth-time lucky in the Longines Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin next week.
RASHAAN gave the 1-2 favourite Missy Tata 11lb and an absolute thumping, powering clear after the last to stretch his unbeaten run to three for Colin Kidd.
THREE sets of maroon and white silks were supposed to give commentator Dessie Scahill a tricky task, though the maroon cap worn by Bryan Cooper was the clearest sight of all as No More Heroes ran out an impressive winner of the Drinmore.
WORK on the next phase of Leopardstown's €20 million redevelopment is set to start early in the New Year after the track received an additional €4.7 million grant from Horse Racing Ireland's Capital Development Fund.
HENRY DE BROMHEAD'S Sizing John, third at Cheltenham and second to Douvan at Punchestown last season, will step back into Graded company on Sunday in the Craddockstown Novice Chase at Punchestown.
MORE OF THAT, conqueror of Annie Power in the 2014 World Hurdle, returns to Cheltenham on Friday to make his long-awaited debut over fences.
FAUGHEEN impressed Willie Mullins when working on Tuesday morning as the Champion Hurdle hero builds up to an eagerly awaited comeback in the StanJames.com Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown on Sunday.
DJAKADAM is on course to reappear next month after trainer Willie Mullins identified a choice of targets for last season’s Cheltenham Gold Cup runner-up.
DERMOT Weld has sent out the winner of the Listed Trigo Stakes six times since the turn of the millennium, with Famous Name supplying three of those victories.
Michael O'Callaghan has produced some smart two-year-olds this season, none more so than Blue De Vega who was an impressive winner on his second start at Naas last month and he bids to enhance his reputation in the feature Group 3 Killavullan Stakes
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