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Only Limerick survives after snow claims cards at Carlisle, Ffos Las and Navan

Racehorses make their way along snow covered roads to the gallops on Middleham Moor near Leyburn,
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The latest arctic blast has wreaked havoc on Sunday's action in Britain and Ireland, with Carlisle, Ffos Las and Navan forced to cancel due to snow.

At Ffos Las, snow arrived overnight, and clerk of the course Keith Ottesen said: "We've had a covering and it's enough snow for us to not be able to race. It's due to continue through the morning and won't suddenly disappear as the daytime temperature will only be 1-2C."

Snow has also led to the cancellation of Southwell's fixture on Monday. But Limerick has beaten the elements, and Cheltenham kings Gordon Elliott and Davy Russell each have six chances of winners – they team up five times, with a brace of Graded races for mares on the card.

Going report


Limerick (2.30)

Carlisle (2.05)

Ffos Las (2.15)

What to back

Tom Segal captains the tipping ship, while Alan Sweetman provides the pick of the bets from Ireland.

We've also got the favourites to focus on and Tips Box.

What to read

Steve Dennis attended the homecoming of Cheltenham Gold Cup hero Native River, while David Milnes caught up with John Gosden for the latest on crack colt Cracksman.

A Cheltenham Festival-special RPSunday also has all the usual goodies.

What to watch

Cheltenham withdrawal symptoms? Check out Friday's highlights ...

We've also some football tips to help you hit the back of the net ...

The best of Racing Post Sport

The team tackle the Leicester v Chelsea FA Cup tie and take a look at the Spanish and Italian action.

Final thought 

A dream week at Cheltenham for trainer Gordon Elliott and expect the show to roll on today at Limerick where he has six runners with three short-priced favourites.

Read The Briefing from 8.30am daily on with all the day's latest going, weather, market moves and non-runner news

Elsewhere, Cheltenham kings Gordon Elliott and Davy Russell each have six chances
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