Runaway Galway Festival winner Whitey O'Gwaun bids to follow up that bloodless victory in the Like Fairyhouse On Facebook Handicap.

After a series of solid efforts as a two-year-old, he demolished a competitive field on his first attempt at 1m4f and could prove to be the star turn on the card.

The prolific Coolfighter had his winning streak halted last time but he heads the opposition in his hunt for further success.

Champion trainer Aidan O'Brien could kick the day off in grand style in the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Maiden (2.15pm), with his General Marshall expected to be a warm order.

He has crossed swords with Group level performers recently and while this may look straightforward on paper, there is the potential that some of the newcomers in the line-up could turn out to be useful, particularly Dermot Weld's Tango Alpha.

The apprentice jockeys take centre stage in the well-contested Fairyhouse.ie Apprentice Handicap, and Teeline is out to shed her maiden tag at the sixth attempt. She clashes with Hatton Cross for the second time in 11 days and with just a head separating the pair at Listowel, another tight battle is expected.

Lady Mandeville was brave in victory at Down Royal and she will be serving it up to her opponents once again in the Bobbyjo Bistro Great Food Great Deals Nursery Handicap, though Not Really and Zebed are likely to pose a serious challenge.

Some of the top stables in the country are represented in the Follow Fairyhouse On Twitter Fillies Maiden, and Edward Lynam - who has enjoyed notable Group 1 victories this season - pitches Break My Mind into battle against the well-bred Adeste Fideles.

Chocolate Diamond bids to get off the mark in first-time blinkers in the Premier Jumps Winter Festival November 29th-30th Claiming Race, while Katimavik attempts to build on his encouraging debut fourth in the Next Racing At Fairyhouse October 11th Maiden.