Faugheen is on course to make his first start in 22 months at Punchestown on Sunday when the Willie Mullins-trained star will try to settle a score in the Unibet Morgiana Hurdle. Two years ago the first Grade One hurdle of the season was the scene for Faugheen’s sole defeat in 13 career starts when he came up half a length short of his stable companion Nichols Canyon at odds of 1-6.
Sunday’s Navan card was light on numbers but trainer Gordon Elliott left no doubt about being the central figure with a four-timer for Michael O’Leary’s Gigginstown Stud. It included a hat-trick in the three Graded events and brought Elliott’s weekend tally for O’Leary to six following another pair of winners for the Ryanair boss at Naas the day before.
The jumps game has the stage to itself once again and a mouth-watering clash of those star mares Apple’s Jade and Jer’s Girl at Navan on Sunday indicates how the big boys are coming out to play. Apple’s Jade is the star turn among 16 weekend runners for Michael O’Leary’s Giginstown Stud team through both Navan and Saturday’s action at Naas.
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