In horse racing news Waterford Football Club owner and Chairman Lee Power was on the mark at Navan races this afternoon when his horse Askari captured the 1.05 contest at odds of 9/1.
Meanwhile, the Henry de Bromhead trained Chris’s Dream at odds of 15/8 made practically every yard of the running capturing a beginners chase in the 2.10 at Navan.
There was also local success this afternoon across the water, as Dungarvan jockey Sean Houlihan brought 8/1 chance Man Of Plenty with a steady late run to take a Listed hurdle in the 2.25 at Sandown Park.
Man Of Plenty gets the better of Nelson's Touch and Totterdown to win the Jumeirah Hotels And Resorts December Handicap Hurdle, his first success since September 2014! 👏 pic.twitter.com/L1MFvHLG9x
— Sandown Park (@Sandownpark) December 8, 2018