Flemenstar makes a welcome return to action in the Webster Cup Chase at Navan on Saturday.

The 10-year-old collected three Grade One prizes when trained by Peter Casey and began life with Tony Martin with success in the 2013 Fortria Chase, but hasn't been seen since.

His fitness will be well and truly tested in this Grade Two over two and a half miles, particularly by class acts Felix Yonger, Bright New Dawn and Argocat, while Donald McCain sends across his smart handicapper Desert Cry.

Jarry D'Honneur has his sights lowered as he goes in search of a confidence booster in the navanracecourse.ie Novice Chase.

So impressive at Punchestown in January, Willie Mullins' French import came up short in what used to be the PJ Moriarty and was back-pedalling when unshipping Tony McCoy.

However, this is a much more realistic assignment and a clear round should see him home.

Jim Dreaper has his team firing on all cylinders and his Sizing Titanium attempts to gain a deserved breakthrough victory in the Annual Family Day 17th May (C&G) Maiden Hurdle.

The Greenogue handler will be hoping Mr Cosmopolitan can overcome a chasing mishap as he reverts to timber for a Follow Navan On Twitter Handicap Hurdle that is very competitive and sees Occidental Lady lurking near the foot of the weights after making a winning handicap debut at Limerick a fortnight ago.

Three winners last time out cross swords in the Navan Members Handicap Hurdle, with Hard Bought a leading fancy after the form of his Gowran Park triumph was franked by the runner-up.

The action commences with the return of Listed bumper runner-up Palm Sur in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Maiden Hurdle at 2.05pm.