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There's no let up in the high quality of racing in Ireland as Cork and Roscommon stage valuable evening meetings with a smattering of stars thrown in for good measure.
Cork leads the way with the Group 3 Irish Stallion Farms EBF Give Thanks Stakes (7.30), featuring Irish Oaks third Eziyra, and the Listed Platinum Stakes (7.00), in which Brendan Brackan targets a tenth career success having won the race in 2014 and finished third a year ago.
All eyes will be on the Aidan O'Brien-trained Magical, a sister to dual Group 1 winner and 1,000 Guineas and Oaks runner-up Rhododendron, in the opening fillies' maiden at 5.30, while Roscommon also hosts a decent card with the €30,000 Connacht Oaks Fillies Handicap (7.40) the highlight.
On a day when the evening action serves up the best quality, Chelmsford puts on two £25,000 handicaps, while Nottingham completes the quartet of late starters. Earlier on, Leicester and Catterick provide the afternoon fare.
Leicester - first race 2.00
Good, good to soft in places (GoingStick 8.2 on Tuesday at 6.30am)
Catterick - first race 2.15
Good to soft, good in places
Bend into home straight dolled out two yards, increasing race distances as follows - Race 1 +6yds; Race 3 +6yds; Race 4 +6yds; Race 5 +6yds; Race 6 +12yds; Race 7 +6yds
Nottingham - first race 5.05
Soft, good to soft in places (GoingStick 6.4 on Tuesday at 8am)
Outer track rail is set out six yards on the home bend adding 18 yards to races 2, 3, 6 and 7.
Cork - first race 5.30
Roscommon - first race 5.40
Soft to heavy
Chelmsford - first race 5.50
Chelmsford 5.50 Joe's Spirit 5-2 (from 100-30)
Chelmsford 6.50 Qassem 8-1 (from 12-1)
Roscommon 8.10 Vastonea 11-2 (from 8-1)
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