13:10 - Pepper'n Salt

Naas host a serious card of racing on Sunday to round off a superb week of action and we start in the Maiden Hurdle contest where we like Gavin Cromwell's youngster.

Pepper'n Salt looks to be a four year old with plenty of scope and potential off the back of his first run over hurdles when second to a really Gordon Elliott recruit at Thurles.

He was a modest horse on the flat having a rating of 70 but now going over obstacles and extended trips he looks to be a special horse in the making.

13:40 - Stormy Ireland

There are some superb races set to take place on Sunday and it gets going in the second race of the day with the Limestone Lad Hurdle over two miles.

Stormy Ireland for Willie Mullins has been superb this season starting her campaign off at Punchestown and seeing off a decent field of runners in a nice Listed event.

She then stepped it up a notch taking an even better Grade Three contest winning easily from the font making every yard of the contest to suggest that the same will happen here.

14:10 - Carefully Selected

Another Grade Three follows in quick succession with the Novice Chase seeing Carefully Selected turned around quickly to have his first effort over three miles.

This contest features a decent field of runners and we fancy this Willie Mullins trained eight year old to land the spoils and from the way he ran on his two runs this season he should take all the beating if getting the extra trip

Last season over hurdles he was a modest horse winning some nice events and placing in some better contests but on his two runs over fences he showed plenty of ability to get of the mark at Fairyhouse and then bolt up at Punchestown two weeks ago which sets a decent standard for this contest.

14:40 - The Big Getaway

The second and final Maiden Hurdle of the afternoon hopefully lands us a quick-fire Willie Mullins treble as he fields The Big Getaway that looks an exceptional talent for the yard.

This six year old son of Getaway was a very smart bumper horse finishing second twice behind some nice horses and then on his first run this season bolted up at Punchestown.

He was then sent over hurdles by Mulllins and also stepped up in trip which saw him go nicely until making a big error at the last flight that ruined his chances of winning.

He showed he had clear stamina that day to get todays trip and if being better over his obstacles looks the one to beat.

15:10 - NO BET


15:40 - NO BET


16:10 - Casey Jem

The final runner of the afternoon for us comes in the Hunters Chase over three miles and sticking with the theme we are looking for Casey Jem to land a four timer for the master Willie Mullins.

Jamie Codd gets the leg up on this gelding which is a strange combination but makes for nice reading and with this six year old making his first start for the yard he could be very special.

He was with trainer Anthony Black winning three of his four outings last season but on his only start this term he fell and hopefully under Mullins he has learnt to jump better.