Racing at Powerstown Park

Clonmel plays host to a seven-race all national-hunt fixture this evening.

Cloughjordan-based trainer Denis Hogan will be hoping to get the meeting off to a flyer as he saddles Storm Rising in the opening Mylerstown Maiden Hurdle.

Clonmel trainer John Lonergan will bid for a local success in the Kilsheelan Mares Maiden Hurdle, represented by seven-year-old Jazz Mine, who produced a career-best display last time at Wexford.

Willie Mullins looks to have a strong chance in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Opportunity Handicap Hurdle in the shape of Blixt, a three-parts sister to the mighty Hurricane Fly.

The first race at Powerstown Park is due off at 4.25.