Our Irish Eyes column is back with a preview ahead of a decent card at Navan on Sunday.
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Body And Soul is Chris Wilson's nap of the day on Sunday. He's got a selection for every UK and Irish race. LIMERICK: 2.25 Good As Gold, 2.55 Truckin All Night, 3.25 Robbie Kaydee, 3.55 King Of The Refs, 4.25 Tarla, 4.55 Count Salazar, 5.25 Dibdabs. MARKET RASEN: 2.00 Yes Daddy, 2.30 Houseparty, 3.00 Churchfield Champ, 3.30 Va'Vite, 4.00 Brunswick Gold, 4.30 Bedrock Fred, 5.00 Make Me A Fortune. NAVAN: 2.15 City Of Culture, 2.45 Stubbs, 3.15 Dorothy Parker, 3.45 Allegra Tak, 4.15 El Salvador, 4.45 Mourani, 5.15 Valbucca, 5.45 Hue And Cry. RIPON: 2.10 Earl's Bridge, 2.40 Jaga Time, 3.10 BODY AND SOUL (NAP), 3.40 Osteopathic Remedy, 4.10Aegaeus, 4.40 Avon Breeze, 5.10 Thouwra. STRATFORD: 2.20 Daliance, 2.50 Golden Acorn, 3.20 Pacha Du Polder, 3.50 Sail And Return, 4.20 Buachaill Alainn, 4.50 Midnight Chorister. DOUBLE: Body And Soul and Osteopathic Remedy. Body And Soul can make a perfect start to the season by winning the CB Hutchinson Memorial Challenge Cup at Ripon on Sunday. The Tim Easterby-trained sprinter is a classy filly, as she showed at Redcar last October when she waltzed nearly three lengths clear in the Listed Two-Year-Old Trophy. That was just her sixth racecourse appearance, yet she has already racked up nearly £290,000 in prize-money after having claimed the Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury as a juvenile. But perhaps of most significance here is Body And Soul's ability to handle cut in the ground. With lots of rain forecast, that asset is likely to come in very handy for this six-furlong affair. Even if she is not fully wound up on her first start for 225 days, Body And Soul still should easily have the measure of most of these rivals. It is tougher to make a case for Osteopathic Remedy in the Yorkshire's Garden Racecourse Handicap, but he could quite possibly go in at a big price. Michael Dods' three-times course scorer also loves it when the mud is flying, with his half-length defeat of Extraterrestrial at Ayr last September achieved on heavy ground. Osteopathic Remedy has not done a great deal since then, but he did not shape too badly at Thirsk two weeks ago on rattling fast ground. With the handicapper having relieved him of 1lb for that spin, the gelded son of Inchinor is now on the same mark off which he struck at Ayr last year. Young jockey Connor Beasley also gets on particularly well with Dods' inmate, and his 7lb claim could prove the difference in what looks, on paper at least, to be his easiest assignment for quite a while. Brunswick Gold might be the solution to the Rum "N" Rasen Handicap Chase at Market Rasen. Steve Gollings' inmate is a decent horse when in the right frame of mind, but must atone for a mysterious display at Perth last time. The eight-year-old bombed quite spectacularly as the 11-2 joint-favourite at the Scottish circuit, but he remains capable of winning on his present mark on the evidence of his stout displays during the winter. Keep an eye, too, on Stratford hopeful Sail And Return. Phil Middleton's nine-year-old returned to form at Uttoxeter a few weeks ago and is just 1lb higher than when he was last successful. It will be interesting to see how he gets on over a longer trip in the stratfordcaravans.co.uk Handicap Hurdle. Buachaill Alainn, who finished third in the Grade One Sefton at Aintree's Grand National meeting, should have the tools to readily get home first in the stratfordcaravans.co.uk Novices' Chase.
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Hopes continue to rise that Snow Fairy could make her reappearance in the Prince of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Ger Lyons admits the rest of the season will be a bonus for Lily's Angel after she lande a Group Three at Lingfield.
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Harry Dunlop will let Roz have another crack at Classic company in the Investec Oaks at Epsom on May 31.
Gary Stevens steered Oxbow to victory in the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico as Kentucky Derby winner Orb disappointed.
Monday's meeting at Roscommon goes ahead as planned after the track passed an inspection on Sunday morning.
Godolphin's Farhh ran out a hugely-impressive winner of the Group One JLT Lockinge Stakes at Newbury.
Body And Soul is Chris Wilson's nap of the day on Sunday. He's got a selection for every UK and Irish race.
Dundonnell looks back to his best after he ran out the comfortable winner of the Coral King Charles II Stakes at Newmarket