We round up the details from the Sky Bet trading room and provide our verdict on the day's racing Price Boosts.
Best-backed selection: Surf Instructor (15.15 Thurles) - 4/1 from 8/1
Rachael Blackmore takes the ride for the first time and a tongue-tie is added to the cheekpieces worn for the first time at Leopardstown last time out - two reasons for potential improvement as Henry De Bromhead's horse bids to claims a first handicap success.
Going: Good to Soft, Good in places
15.05 – Fiddlers Bow 10/3 from 9/2
16.10 – Northern Girl 5/1 from 15/2
13.35 – Smiling Eliza 12/1 from 20/1
15.15 – Surf Instructor 4/1 from 8/1
Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
13.10 – Galactic Power 6/1 from 10/1
16.00 – Fearsome Fred 9/1 from 14/1
Price Boosts - Hit or Miss?
14.40 Thurles - Camelia De Cotte (Feature Boost)
HIT - Not many Willie Mullins runners want genuinely good ground but this mare is proven on a quick surface and looked better than ever when landing a Grade 3 in good style at Cork in December.
13.25 Ayr - Ask Ben
MISS - Hard-fought win at Newcastle first time out over timber and while the move up to three miles looks certain to play to his strengths, this small-field event is no gimme by any means.
15.25 Exeter - Yalltari
HIT - Venetia Williams has a very nice, progressive novice chase on her hands and a repeat of his Chepstow effort over Christmas would probably be enough to land this event too.
No No Mac (3.40 Ayr)
No No Mac caught the eye last time out, still travelling well when a mistake put paid to his chances. He's extremely well handicapped at the moment (last won off 29lb higher) and this race represents a drop in class. He looks sure to go well given the change of stables might have perked him up.