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Friday, 19 October, 2018

All you need to know for today's action including going reports

Fairyhouse
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It's the end of another busy week, but that does not mean it is a quiet Sunday. Irish racing can usually be relied on to supply some treats on the Sabbath, and Fairyhouse takes centre stage with the valuable Dan Moore Chase the highlight.

Back in Britain Kelso keeps jumps fans happy, and if you're a Flat fan then you're in luck as there is a card on the Fibresand at Southwell.


Going reports

Kelso - first race 12.40
Soft (GoingStick: 5.9 on Sunday at 06:30)

Fairyhouse - 1.00
Soft to heavy

Southwell - 1.20
Standard (AW)


Market movers

1.00 Fairyhouse - Mary Sun 9-4 (from 11-4)

1.10 Kelso - Clondaw Castle - 6-4 (from 13-8)


What to back

Jack McCarron makes the case for one at Kelso.

If that's not enough then how about our team of experts previewing the Dan Moore.


What to read

Teenager James Bowen could be the next Sir Anthony McCoy. That's the view of owner Dai Walters, who owns Lanzarote Hurdle winner William Henry.  

At Warwick, it was a good afternoon again for Bryony Frost, but BHA rules led to problems for some shire horses in attendance.


What to watch

There's plenty of bets to be had and our Postcast team, led by Bruce Millington, dissect the action.


The best of Racing Post Sport 

It was an Ashes to forget for England, but the one-day series started earlier this morning, and James Milton thinks the tourists might have more to cheer about.


Final Thought

Races like the Dan Moore help determine whether it will be Gordon Elliott or Willie Mullins will be crowned champion trainer in Ireland, but there have to be concerns over competitiveness when over half the 13-strong field is housed in those two yards.

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