Racing Preview | May 21st to 22nd

Horse Racing Saturday Fixtures

The Curragh (Flat) 1.35pm

Goodwood (Flat) 1.10pm
Haydock Flat) 1.25pm

Lingfield (Flat) 5.10pm
Musselburgh (Flat) 1.53pm
Stratford (National Hunt) 5.30pm
York (Flat) 1.40pm.
The first of the Irish classics takes place at The Curragh this afternoon with the 2000 Guineas over one mile at 3.20. Nine runners chase a first prize of €290,000. Aidan O Brien relies on just Ivy League while the favourite is the English entry Native Trail trained by Charlie Appleby. Native Trail lost nothing in defeat finishing a close up second in the Newmarket Guineas and while he should win on that form there is little or no value in his price of 4/11.
Jason The Militant returns from injury for Henry De Bromhead in the Listed Orby Stakes at 3.55pm where he is joined by the Brian Gleeson owned Raise You.
Mosala who rarely runs a bad race and Annexation are the Butlerstown trainer's runners in the 4.30.
Shrewd County Meath trainer Gavin Cromwell sends a couple of runners over to Haydock Park and they will be ridden by promising seven pounds claiming apprentice Aidan Keeley.

Horse Racing Sunday Fixtures

The Curragh (Flat) 1.40pm
Fakenham (National Hunt) 1.50pm

Nottingham (Flat) 1.00pm
York (Flat) 3.30pm
It's the turn of the fillies in the Irish 1000 Guineas at The Curragh. Henry De Bromhead has his first-ever classic runner with recent Gowran Park winner Star Girls Aamal who takes on 13 other fillies in the big race at 3.45pm.
Al Boum Photo runs in the French Gold Cup in Paris at 3pm. This race will be shown on Sky Racing.
Greyhound Racing
There is an eleven race card for patrons to enjoy in Kilcohan Park this evening (Saturday) with the opening contest underway at 7.50pm. The card features the semi-finals of the Kilcohan Park A3 sweepstake. (Races 7 and 8).
Via the live inter track link patrons can also view the action from Shelbourne Park. where a top-class card features 11 first-round heats of the 2022 Sporting Press Irish Oaks. (First prize €25,000).