It is not often you can start the week off watching a maiden hurdler who was last sighted in the Irish Derby, but that is the case at Punchestown where Carlo Biraghi runs for Fozzy Stack.
A winner on debut at the Curragh, Carlo Biraghi was highly tried on his next two outings, finishing down the field in the Irish Derby, and now he switches codes.
In Britain there is a double helping of jumping action at Ffos Las and Fontwell, while a fast-track qualifier is the highlight of Wolverhampton’s all-weather card.
Punchestown (first race 12.40)
Good to soft, good in places (GoingStick 6.8 on Monday at 7.00am)
Ffos Las (1.30)
Soft. Rail movements: 1.30 & 3.05 +86yds, 2.05 & 4.15 +58yds, 2.35 +45yds and 3.40 +73yds
2.15 Punchestown Sunrise Lady 6-1 (from 9)
2.35 Ffos Las Whatswrongwithyou 4-7 (from 4-6)
3.25 Fontwell Night Of Sin 5-1 (from 6)
4.00 Fontwell Glimpse Of Gold 4-1 (from 9-2)
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