Hero Of The Hour was another horse at Dundalk this evening to bag his third win of the year at the venue when bursting through to land the six-furlong handicap.
Burren Song just prevailed in a head-bobbing finish to the ten furlong handicap at Dundalk for Andy Slattery.
Celtic Revival recorded his third win of the year at Dundalk when asserting close home in a tight four-way finish to the mile-and-a-half handicap.
Tawaazon quickened away smartly to record back-to-back wins at Dundalk in the opener this afternoon.
Cheltenham Gold Cup-winning rider Bryan Cooper has announced his retirement from the saddle with immediate effect.
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Stephen Harris and Ed Quigley are back to preview the weekend's action, highlighting their longshots, value bets and NAPS.
By Tom Weekes - BOWERMAN's rating dropped 24lb in 11 months prior to scoring in February and the admirable 12-time winner can strike again. His recent form is consistent and while raised 6lb for his most recent win, today's rider claims 7lb which gives him every chance over the same CD. Higher Kingdom has an excellent all-weather record and is in rude health but is 5lb higher than when winning here a fortnight ago. Most of his form is at a mile but won over this distance, when rated 74, in January. Cold Steel remains unexposed, being a light-raced five year who is unbeaten in two course runs and while he could be suited by stepping back up in distance, lacks a recent run. Cristal Clere was beaten by the selection recently and is 1lb worse off while Burren Song and Roman Bull have been running well recently. No Trouble was second in a recent claimer.