Sunday, January 27th
After an early morning inspection Leopardstown has been given the go-ahead. The track is soft to heavy, soft in places on the hurdles and bumper course and heavy on the chase course.
Which means we’ll get to see Hurricane Fly defend the Irish Champion Hurdle at 1.55pm, in what has to be the race of the day. Binocular has made the trip across the water for this one but having never been beaten at Leopardstown it’s hard to see anything but a Hurricane Flyer win.
Fontwell and Sedgefield have already succumbed to the weather leaving Wolverhampton as the last bastion of British racing action today.
If you fancy something a little more exotic there’s live streaming from South Africa and South America.
Leopardstown: Eight-race card 12.25pm-4.10pm
Wolverhampton: Seven-race card on the all-weather, 1.35pm-4.40pm
Clairwood: Nine-race card, 10.25am-3.05pm
Maronas: Eight-race card 5.25pm-9.15pm