Navan saves the best until last on Saturday and although the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Race has attracted just the three runners, each of the trio has genuine claims.

Leading the list is the Aidan O'Brien-trained Cradle Mountain, who found Listed company a little bit too hot to handle at Leopardstown last week but was second in a warm Curragh handicap the time before.

He is opposed by Sight Hound, a Listowel maiden winner on heavy ground, and the filly Rivers Of Babylon, who broke through at Gowran Park last time and is in receipt of 5lb from the colts.

The action commences with the Lynn Lodge EBF Median Auction Race at 2.10pm and, again, just three runners line up.

An Duine Uasal didn't take to the blinkers at Chester, while Miss Elizabeth made a successful introduction at Fairyhouse, but both will do well to get to grips with Blood Moon, who wasn't disgraced behind crack juvenile Round Two in the Marble Hill.

Shipyard hasn't managed to get his head in front since he claimed the Country And Western Evening Friday 10th July Handicap 12 months ago but, as result, he returns on a 5lb lower mark so must enter calculations.

The one to beat, though, is Your Pal Tal after he made such good strides on the all-weather during the winter.

Dermot Weld's Zhukova may have finished behind Duchessofflorence at Fairyhouse but that initial effort is expected to bring her on considerably and plenty will fancy her to reverse the form in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden.

Her stable companion Magic Kitten sprung a surprise at Gowran but is out of the handicap for the Summer Ladies Day Handicap, while Beechmount Whisper went agonisingly close over 1m2f at this venue recently and now drops in distance for the Navan Members Handicap.