After a jam-packed Saturday full of top-quality action, Sunday’s racing fare is perhaps a little more sedate, with three cards on offer from across the UK and Ireland.

In total there are 23 races, with the action at The Curragh getting the ball rolling with their first of eight set to go off at 13:25, running through until the finale at 17:10.

There are two Group 3 races on the card and the first of those is race three, the Weld Park Stakes, which is due off at 14:30 and Gavin Cromwell appears to hold the ace hand with Sunset Shiraz the 3/1 favourite.

However, the O’Briens appear set to challenge with Joseph saddling Albula (7/2), Tranquil Lady (11/2) and Seisai (8/1), while Aidan sends out Concert Hall (4/1) and Madonnadelrosario (33/1).

The second Group 3 is the Raa Atoll Loughbrown Stakes at 15:35, with Aidan O’Brien sending just The Mediterranean for glory, but appears to hold a good chance with the three-year-old installed as the 5/4 favourite.

Betfred are also offering two promotions on the Curragh card with an extra place being paid out in races six and seven at 16:05 and 16:35 respectively, with the first five paying out 1/5 of the odds.

Epsom is the first UK card to get under way with their seven-race meeting starting at 13:50, running through until the closer at 17:00.

Betfred are offering the extra place in race four on the card at 15:25, with three places paying out at 1/5 of the odds for the seven-runner contest, the Apprentices’ Derby Handicap.

Ffos Las is the third and final card taking place on Sunday, with an eight-race card opening at 14:10, with the lucky last set to get under way at 17:50.

Betfred are again offering an extra place for the action and are paying four places for 1/5 of the odds in race six at 16:50. The Andrew Balding and Oisin Murphy partnership appear to hold the upper hand, with Spirit Level the one they all appear to have to beat as the 9/4 favourite.

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