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All you need to know as Fairyhouse stages a pair of Grade 2s

Fairyhouse: stages racing on Sunday
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It may not be watched by the millions who tuned into Saturday's Grand National, but Sunday's action from Britain and Ireland is a good way to end the week.

Fairyhouse stages the pick of the races with two Grade 2 prizes on offer, while Cork also hosts some competitive racing with the Listed Noblesse Stakes the feature (3.45). Smart mares Cimeara and Who's Steph are among the hopefuls.

In Britain, the 2m4f novice hurdle at Ffos Las looks a hot contest (2.30) with Good Boy Bobby, who has won five from seven, taking on Quoi De Neuf, who was fourth in a Grade 2 last time. There is also action from Plumpton.

Going report

Fairyhouse (first race at: 1.50)
Good to yielding, good in places

Ffos Las (2.00)
Soft (from heavy, soft in places). Rail movements: 2.00 & 2.30 +174yds, 3.05 +80yds, 3.40 & 4.45 +159yds, 4.10 +109yds and 5.15 +119yds

Cork (2.05)
Good, good to yielding in places (from good to yielding, good in places)

Plumpton (2.15)
Good (GoingStick 7.7 on Sunday at 8am). Rail movements: 2.15 & 5.00 +36yds, 2.45 -6yds, 3.20, 4.25 & 5.30 +12yds and 3.55 +54yds

Market movers

Ffos Las 2.00 – Major Hindrance 8-1 (from 14)
Ffos Las 3.05 – Vicenzo Mio 7-2 (from 11-2)
Cork 3.10 – Charcor 7-1 (from 10)
Fairyhouse 3.30 – Zero Ten 11-4 (from 9-2)
Plumpton 4.25 – Sirobbie 11-2 (from 11)
Ffos Las 4.45 – Browndodd 5-1 (from 9)

What to back

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What to read

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Our preview for Saturday's action is a must-read if you are punting today.

What to watch

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Final thought 

It is worth keeping an eye on the racing at Longchamp today with the Grade 2 Prix d'Harcourt the best race of the day.

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It is worth keeping an eye on the racing at Longchamp today with the Grade 2 Prix d'Harcourt the best race of the day
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