High-class jumper Pique Sous attempts to put a lacklustre Galway Hurdle effort behind him when he reverts to the level in the Gorey (QR) Race at Wexford.
Willie Mullins' grey was a Grade Two winner over obstacles at Fairyhouse in the spring but, after proving a costly failure behind Ted Veale in this sphere, he was pulled up in testing conditions at Ballybrit.
This two-mile event is expected to provide him with a nice confidence boost, although Marchese Marconi finished closer to Ted Veale just two days ago and is a lively danger, as is useful handicap chaser Annie Other.
Mullins' Pink Hat made a sparkling beginning to her racing career at Kilbeggan earlier in the month and tries to repeat the dose in the Enniscorthy Mares INH Flat Race.
She locks horns with a couple of representatives from powerhouse Flat yards, namely the Aidan O'Brien-trained Angel Chorus and Fair Funny, who is a rare runner in this discipline for David Wachman.
Hikari bumped into exciting filly Alive Alive Oh on her introduction at Cork, but Dermot Weld has given her plenty of time to recover from those exertions and it will be disappointing if she can't go one better in the Follow Wexford Racecourse On Facebook Maiden.
Her stable companion Magnolia Ridge flopped at the Galway Festival but Weld fits him with a visor for the Visit The New www.wexfordraces.ie Handicap, in which he comes up against recent Cork scorer Sheilas Wish.
There are races to be won with Magical Steps and Jessie Harrington drops her in trip for the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden, which gets proceedings under way at 4.45.
Ned's Indian was most impressive when teamed up with Philip Donovan at Gowran Park, and Conor Hoban takes over in the saddle for the Wexford Apprentice Handicap.