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Preview of Friday's card at Tramore

Updated: Friday, 12 Oct 2012 10:11

Action at Tramore gets underway at 2.20
Action at Tramore gets underway at 2.20

Racegoers are treated to three competitive NH races on Friday's dual-purpose card, but champion trainer Willie Mullins' sole representative Moveable Asset goes to post for the Tramore Racecourse 1912-2012 Centenary Handicap on the level.

The son of Trans Island threatened at Listowel off a 2lb lower mark when last sighted after disposing of his maiden tag over timber in an impressive performance at this venue.

In the Waterford & Tramore Supporters Club Handicap, Pat Flynn's South South West arrives in good nick following his Dundalk win last week and he is open to more improvement at this stage of his career.

Form students will be particularly interested in Everything Zain if Flynn's charge does the business, and Dessie Hughes' three-year-old might attract some market support in the Join Tramore Supporters Club For 2013 Handicap.

The gelded son of Cape Cross finished behind South South West in a Clonmel maiden hurdle last month and he remains well treated returning to the Flat scene, so the first-time blinkers may help him convert a run of straight seconds into a win.

Racing gets underway at 2.20 with the Waterford & Tramore Directors Maiden, in which Zabana appears to have been handed a real opening.

Ken Condon's 73-rated son of Halling is expected to go off a warm order and his recent Dundalk second confirmed he is capable over 1m4f.

The Follow Tramore Races On Facebook Mares Beginners Chase marks the first of three jumps contests on the card and Rising Time bids to score here for the second time, and warmed up with a Listowel triumph over timber recently.

Instant Impacked may give Robert Tyner something to shout about in the Ladbrokes Handicap Chase, while Gordon Elliot's Romanesco thrives on this sort of ground and is sure to have his supporters in the tramoreraces On Twitter Handicap Chase.