The Martinstown Opportunity Handicap Chase looks the pick of the action at Clonmel on Thursday.

The JP McManus-owned Coolaghknock Glebe was an impressive 10-length winner at this track in February and it will be interesting to see how he fares from a 10lb higher mark here.

He Rock's and Clara More arrive fresh from success, while Heavenly Brook and De Benno weren't beaten by far last time, and none of them can be discounted in a wide-open contest.

The opening Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden Hurdle at 2.30 sees Barry Geraghty team up with Itsnothingpersonal for his only planned ride of the day.

The point winner made a pleasing debut under Rules when fifth at Down Royal and the signs suggest that a big run could be due.

The Carrick-On-Suir Mares' Handicap Hurdle looks a tricky puzzle to solve.

Knockraha Pylon is clearly highly thought of as she was pitched into a Grade 3 contest last time, but a drop into handicaps might see her in a better light.

She faces some pretty consistent contenders like Curragh Na Gold who wasn't beaten by far at Fairyhouse and can give another good account of herself here.

Sarah Battle is an interesting contender in the Comeragh Handicap Hurdle after bumping into a progressive rival at Punchestown.

The daughter of Flemensfirth found only subsequent Grade 2 winner Lean Araig too strong when last sighted and can prove that was no fluke with a solid performance this time.

Horse No Name faces fences for the first time in public in the Slievenamon Beginners' Chase.

Paul Nolan's gelding has shown signs of improvement with each start in Ireland and an eye-catching run behind the smart Katgary for former connections suggests there could be more to come from him.

Willie Mullins fields just one runner on the card with Augustin in the Ardfinnan INH Flat Race, as he bids to build on his fourth-placed effort at Navan on debut.