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Tango Time set to build on debut promise

The once-raced Tango Time can land the Irish Stallion Farms’ EBF Maiden at Cork this afternoon.

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Cantlow on track for Irish National

Paul Webber is ready to let Cantlow carry what could be top-weight in the Boylesports Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse on Monday.

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Sandiva out for Classic glory

Frankie Dettori can look towards the Guineas weekend with a positive feeling about at least one Classic ride after the courageous performance of Sandiva in the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket yesterday.

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Cantlow runs and National weights rise

The weights for Easter Monday’s Boylesports Irish Grand National are set to rise by 3lb after Fairyhouse manager Peter Roe confirmed yesterday that the Paul Webber-trainedCantlow was a definite traveller.

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Carla to chalk up another for Weld

Dermot Weld can continue his terrific start to the season by landing the Champions’ Restaurant At Dundalk Stadium Fillies Maiden with Carla Bianca on the all-weather tonight.

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Un De Sceaux may take on Fly at Punchestown

Hurricane Fly is on target to try for a sixth successive win at the Punchestown Festival and could face stablemate Un De Sceaux in the Racing Post Champion Hurdle, which he has won for the last four seasons, on May 2.

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Lyons expecting big things from Obliterator

Ger Lyons is looking forward to seeing what Obliterator can do when he starts his three-year-old campaign in the ebm-papst Feilden Stakes at Newmarket today.

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Ground the key as Wood Breizh sheds maiden tag

Wood Breizh, who had struggled over the winter on bad ground, ran away with the Average Pick 6 Dividend Maiden Hurdle for in-form Paul Townend at Tramore last evening.

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Cyclone heading for festival

Shark Hanlon is keeping his fingers crossed there is some ease in the ground at the Punchestown Festival later this month ahead of Hidden Cyclone’s intended appearance in the Boylesports.com Champion Chase.

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Meain machineset to return over jumps at Punchestown

Inis Meain will return over jumps at the Punchestown Festival following his impressive Flat victory at the Curragh on Sunday.

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Sruthan earns a crack at Lockinge

The JLT Lockinge Stakes at Newbury is a potential next port of call for Sruthan after he made a winning return to action in the Big Bad Bob Gladness Stakes at the Curragh.

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Rocket Man success extra special for Halley

Fethard-based veterinary surgeon John Halley had an afternoon to remember at Saturday’s Tipperary Foxhounds point-to-point at Lisronagh, sending out two winners.

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Blae best as promising newcomers battle it out

It may well happen that we will hearing a lot more about Boris De Blae and Rabunda, a pair of newcomers, that finished first and second in that order in the four-year-old maiden at yesterday’s Duhallow Foxhounds point-to-point.

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