Togoville and Jamesie renew their rivalry in the Crowne Plaza Leading Jockey & Trainer Awards 2015 Handicap, the feature event at Dundalk on Friday.

Three-quarters of a length separated the pair when the latter scored over this course and distance in October, but Georgios Pakidis' gelding turned the tables on David Marnane's representative with two lengths to spare in a similar handicap last month.

Jamesie is 4lb better off and they could fight it out again, although Geological is interesting on his debut for Damian English having won on the all-weather for Richard Hannon.

Marnane also has claims in the Crowne Plaza Hotel Race & Stay Apprentice Handicap as Settle For Red goes for a course hat-trick.

The five-year-old has gone up 5lb for the latest of his back-to-back narrow wins over a mile last month and, seemingly thriving on a busy schedule, he should go well again now dropped to seven furlongs with a plum draw in stall one.

The Christmas Party Nights At Dundalk Stadium Race kicks things off at 5.30pm and Go Kart looks to be in pole position.

Robbie Downey's mount ran a cracker in second in a similar event, finishing well clear of a subsequent easy handicap winner, and this speedy filly could make full use of her draw on the fence.

Mcguigan has had plenty of chances but Jim Bolger's charge may finally land the knockout blow in the Big Bad Bob Maiden, his best opportunity to date.

Division one of the Handicap sees Red Words bid to improve on a hat-trick of silver medals over this track and trip, while Shukhov attempts to defy a 10lb hike for a recent facile victory in the second instalment.

The latter's stablemate, Brosnan, narrowly missed out on a double here 16 days ago and looks to bounce back in the Fund Raising Made Easy At Dundalk Handicap, while Tithonus aims to prove his opening success was no fluke in the Handicap.