Arzembouy Premier looked a smart chaser in the making when scoring at Ballinrobe in May and makes his first appearance since at Sligo.

Gordon Elliott's French recruit might have the Foley's Bar & Off Licence Chase at his mercy in receipt of his four-year-old allowance and he brings some smart hurdles form to the table, having finished within five lengths of subsequent Grade One winner Abbyssial at Gowran Park in January.

The son of Lavirco is the most intriguing runner on the card and is Barry Geraghty's sole ride.

Geraghty won aboard Cavite Beta when he was trained by Nicky Henderson and there is reason to believe the eight-year-old is well treated off a mark of 127 in the Martin Reilly Motors Sante Fe Handicap Chase.

Now with Jim Dreaper, he beat some useful form yardsticks with any amount in hand at Killarney in August and is clearly over the problems that kept him off the racecourse for 656 days.

The action gets under way at 2.45pm and a bold showing from She's A Leader is expected in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Beginners Chase.

A consistent performer over hurdles, she's expected to have been well schooled for her debut over the larger obstacles.

The same can be said about Illtakeitfromhere in the Frank O'Beirne Memorial Beginners Chase.

The scopey son of King's Theatre appeared to be crying out for a fence when plying his trade over timber, so an improved performance can be anticipated.

Kilcarry Bridge, a winner over hurdles at this track, may be the one to latch on to in the IT Sligo Student Day At Sligo Races Rated Novice Chase, while Take A Shot's latest Killarney third gives him every chance in the Why Not Sponsor A Race At Sligo Races In 2015 Handicap Chase.

Time Please finished second to the useful Thomond when last sighted at Listowel and he sets the standard in the St Angela's College Sligo Student Day At Sligo Races Beginners Chase.