SMS NewsUpdated: 07:45
Curragh yielding to soft. 4cast mainly dry over weekend with risk of occasional heavy showers.
Racing on the centre of the straight course at the Curragh with the stalls in centre of this course for Round Tower Stakes only.
Wexford good to yielding, yielding in places (watering to maintain). Mainly dry with the risk of showers.
The ground at Gowran Park is now soft following 10mm rain overnight. 4cast showers likely over weekend, dry thereafter.
Cork good (no rain past 24 hours). Watering as required in selective areas. 4cast sunshine and risk of rain or showers over weekend.
The ground at Down Royal remains good to yielding (no overnight rain). 4cast sunshine and showers.
|DATE||TRACK||RACE NO||HORSE NO||HORSE NAME||EXCUSE||LOGGED|
|28/08/2015||Down Royal||6||7||Divine Rhapsody||Coughing||28/08/2015 10:31:33|
|28/08/2015||Down Royal||6||10||Lord Of Isenay (FR)||Coughing||28/08/2015 11:36:15|
|28/08/2015||Down Royal||7||4||Lord De Beaufai (FR)||Coughing||28/08/2015 12:13:37|
|28/08/2015||Down Royal||7||12||Cockle||Lame||28/08/2015 11:49:52|
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