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Horse racing sector puts its money on festive fixtures to help shorten odds on declining attendances
For sports-lovers starved of action over the past couple of days, St Stephen’s Day always provides some welcome relief.
While there are a flurry of English Premier League matches, here in Ireland the focus is very much on racing - with eagerly anticipated meetings in Leopardstown, Limerick and Down Royal.
But punters at those venues - as well as many other racing enthusiasts - will also be keeping an eye on the action...
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