SMS NewsUpdated: 08:18
The ground at Sligo remains good to yielding. Widespread showers forecast for today.
Fairyhouse good. Heavy rain forecast with up to 20mm possible prior to racing tomorrow.
The ground at Tipperary remains good to yielding. Unsettled forecast over the coming days.
The ground at Naas is currently yielding. Unsettled forecast over the coming days.
The ground at Limerick is currently good to firm. Raining at present. Will monitor weather with regard to watering.
The ground at Sligo is now yielding following a total 4mm rain since 8.30am this morning.
Bellewstown ground now good, yielding in places (Flat) and good (NH). 7mm rain since yesterday. Rain, possibly heavy, tomorrow.
The ground at Sligo is now yielding, soft in places following further showers.
The ground at Fairyhouse is now good to yielding (4mm rain today). Showers forecast.
|DATE||TRACK||RACE NO||HORSE NO||HORSE NAME||EXCUSE||LOGGED|
|28/06/2016||Sligo||3||13||Like A Prayer (GB)||Stone Bruise||28/06/2016 11:39:24|
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