The Ballyogan Stakes is the feature contest on a seven-race card at Leopardstown, which gets under way at 6.00pm.

There is a strong English raiding party for the Group 3 event and the progressive Kind looks the pick of those challengers.

Roger Charlton's filly beat a good field to land a Listed race at Nottingham on her last start and the speedy daughter of Danehill should find the step up to group company no problem.

Moon Unit caused a bit of a shock when landing the Greenlands Stakes at the Curragh on her last outing but there was no fluke about the way she did it and she has to be a serious threat.

John Oxx's Sweet Treat chased home Guineas winner Virginia Waters on her last start and has to be respected also.

The Listed Glencairn Stakes also boasts a quality field and Solskjaer may prove the one to follow.

He was employed as a pacemaker in the Tattersalls Gold Cup last time but back in this grade he is a consistent performer. He has already won and been second over course and distance this season.

Ballydoyle colt Ivan Denisovich is sure to prove a warm order in the opening Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden following a promising debut second at Newbury.

Charles O'Brien's team are in good order and Baggio can score in the Sommerville Handicap while Baron de Feypo looks a good bet in the Newton Handicap.