Hit It A Bomb bids to maintain his perfect record in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Star Appeal Stakes at Dundalk on Friday evening.

The War Front colt landed a 22-runner Curragh maiden first time out, form which has been boosted by the fourth winning since, and his trainer Aidan O'Brien has taken this Listed feature every year since 2012.

Glass House landed a valuable sales event which is working out well and could prove the biggest threat, as it is a surprise to see Siamsaiocht back over seven furlongs after she relished the step up to nine furlongs when opening her account at Tipperary.

O'Brien's Jaqen H'Ghar could leave his maiden form behind as he makes his handicap bow in the Irishinjuredjockeys.com Nursery Handicap.

Cailin Mor has found form towards the end of a busy campaign and attempts to atone for a couple of near-misses in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Handicap.

Mick Halford's three-year-old has to concede plenty of weight to Galway winner Best Not Argue, who has scope for further progress following that handicap debut success, while last year's winner Slipper Orchid is only 1lb higher this time around.

There is a decent pot up for grabs in the opening Irish Stallion Farms EBF Race at 5.30pm and that hasn't escaped the attention of Sir Mark Prescott, who sends over Marsha from his Newmarket base.

The Acclamation filly could have a bright future after readily landing a Catterick maiden from a subsequent easy winner and takes on Dr Doro and Go Kart from the home team, with both competing at a higher level previously.

Nova is likely to be a warm order in the Christmas Party Nights At Dundalk Stadium Handicap following an impressive Galway maiden victory, while the Ger Lyons-trained Zuberi sets the form standard in the Crowne Plaza Leading Jockey & Trainer Championship Claiming Maiden.

Gary Halpin has good mounts in both divisions of the Dundalk Stadium - Light Up Your Night Apprentice Handicap courtesy of course winners Twistandturns and Six Of Hearts.