Grade 1s galore as Leopardstown gets the all clear after early inspection
Jack Frost's icy fingers were not enough to prevent the action taking place at Leopardstown on Sunday, with the course announcing racing would go ahead early this morning.
It might be cold, but the action on day two of the Dublin Racing Festival is red hot with four more Grade 1s, headed by the Unibet Irish Gold Cup (3.35).
In Britain, Southwell hosts six races including a 5f £20,000 class 2 handicap (2.45), but almost all attention will be on Ireland on Sunday.
Leopardstown (first race at: 12.40pm)
Hurdles: good to yielding; Chase: good
Standard to slow
What to back
Need a top tip quick? Then Robbie Wilders has just what you want...
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What to read
Day one at Leopardstown was overshadowed by the death of Special Tiara. Trainer Henry de Bromhead recalls his talented chaser.
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What to watch
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