12yo B G KING'S THEATRE – HONEYBUNCH (SUPREME LEADER)
The Cheltenham and Punchestown Festival third gained a second track success of his career at Killarney on Monday.
The St. James's Place Festival Hunter Chase stayed in Britain following the narrow victory of Porlock Bay for Will Biddick.
Having finished second at Naas recently, the eight-year-old will bid to improve upon his fourth at last year's Festival.
Enda Bolger's charge belatedly opened his account on the racecourse with a dominant display at Limerick on Wednesday.
The Cheltenham Foxhunters fourth Staker Wallace will be looking to secure his first success on the racecourse on Wednesday
44 ex-pointers are set to line up on the concluding day of the Cheltenham Festival.
A full field of 24 horses have been declared for the St. James’s Place Foxhunters on Friday.
The Declan Queally-trained gelding has won the last two renewals of the contest and is one of fourteen entries that has been recieved.
Billaway and Staker Wallace are amongst the mix of entries for the Cheltenham Festival contest.
Staker Wallace returned to the winner's enclosure at Nenagh on Sunday and looks an exciting sort for his handler, Enda Bolger.
Makeshift success just enough for rookie Shaw.
Some Man, Staker Wallace and Mighty Stowaway are amongst the entries for Thursday's contest.
Staker Wallace seeks to go one better than Naas Hunter Chase.