Jockey Paul Carberry returns to action for the first time since April at Fairyhouse, and Ally Cascade looks to have strong claims in the opening Premier Jump Weekend Hurdle at 12.45.

After chasing home Jezki on his hurdling debut and following up with a good win at Thurles, Noel Meade.s charge proved not quite up to top level company after that.

This drop in class looks ideal for his first outing this sesason, though Devils Bride was impressive in winning a maiden hurdle at Limerick and represents the bang-in-form Willie Mullins.

Mullins also has Rough Justice bidding to go one better than last time in the Fairyhouse Membership 2014 Maiden Hurdle.

The five-year-old found only Bishopslough too strong on his hurdling debut at Thurles and he could have the measure of Concordin and Moonshine Lad, though Aidan O.Brien runs newcomer Maasai, who could be the pick of the unraced trio.

Mullins also runs point-to-point winner Royal Caviar in the Follow Fairyhouse On Twitter INH Flat Race, where his chief opponent is likely to be the Dessie Hughes-trained Afterclass, who made a favourable impression when second on his debut at Galway.

Hughes will also have high hopes for Father Jack in the Fairyhouse Schooling Grounds Handicap Hurdle, as he ran on well to score at this track last time.

However, he faces another recent winner in Navan victor Pint Of Porter, who is likely to make this a serious test.

Famous Ballerina has been in sparkling form of late and bids to supplement her recent Thurles victory in the Special Offers At Fairyhouse Handicap Hurdle.

The 25 Euro Punter.s Pack Premier Jump Racing Weekend Handicap Hurdle looks a tricky puzzle to solve, with recent course second Bahati Boy taking on Punchestown fourth Volt Sun and Denise Foster.s consistent Not For Burning.