It’s the conclusion of the final weekend before next week’s Cheltenham Festival and there are four meetings to get stuck into across the UK and Ireland on Sunday 13th March, with action coming from Limerick, Warwick, Naas and Bangor-on-Dee.
We head over to Irish shores for the first meet of the day, an eight-race card from Limerick that runs from 13:20 until 17:25, and there are extra places to take advantage of in the 15:05 and 15:40.
The Croom Handicap Hurdle at 15:40 has attracted a bumper field of 18 which is headed by the Jonathan Fogarty-trained Iridescent, who was second last time out and is 10/3 to go one better this time around.
It’s back to English ground for the second meeting on Sunday, a seven-race affair from Warwick that begins with the 13:35 and concludes with the 17:05 – the Visit racingtv.com Open National Hunt Flat Race over 2m.
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There is an extra place being paid out in the opener, the Pony Racing Authority Graduates Handicap Hurdle (For Conditional Jockeys And Amateur Riders), and last-time-out winner Pilsdon Pen is 5/4 to chalk up another victory.
Attention then turns back to Ireland for a seven-race card at Naas, which runs from 13:45 until 17:15, and there are extra places on offer in the 14:55 and the 16:40, while the 15:30 is Betfred’s Super Extra Place Race.
Last, but by no means least, Sunday’s action is brought to a close with Bangor-on-Dee’s six-race card (14:02-16:58) and the 14:38 – the Proactive Personnel Mares’ Handicap Chase – is covered by the Super Extra Place Race promotion.
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