Limerick stages a seven-race card featuring an intriguing contest for the six-runner Irish Stallion Farms EBF Race.

Liebermann has been found wanting in two runs this season, including when sixth to Vocalised at Listed level last time, but Dermot Weld will be hoping he shows a bit more sparkle on this drop in class.

Choose Me, who won a big Curragh sales race for Kevin Prendergast last year, makes her seasonal debut, while Blas Ceoil is quickly back in action for the in-form Jim Bolger after her Naas fifth on Saturday.

Lastkingofscotland will be seeking to follow up his Tipperary debut victory and the short-head runner-up in that race, Castor, will advertise his claims if winning the opening Hot Press Median Auction Maiden.

Several of the top yards are represented in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden, in which Prendergast's Samba School sets the standard after her Dundalk second last month.

She looks vulnerable and has plenty to fear from Weld's Moving Heart, who was sent off at odds-on when just beaten at Cork last time.

Only four turn out for the concluding Croom Handicap headed by Aliyfa, who will be trying to step up on a Dundalk second earlier this month for the John Oxx yard.

She looks capable of winning off her current mark, as does the Jim Gorman-trained Elusive Moon, another who filled the runner-up spot last time.

The Bolger-trained Positive Event ran some promising races last season without doing much to trouble the judge and looks on a handy mark in the Spin Southwest Handicap, in which a return to form would make Rosie The Riveter a big danger.

Positive Event's stablemate Filista showed she was firmly on the upgrade with a Tipperary maiden win last time and she could be ahead of the assessor in the Shannon Fillies Handicap.