Daily Mirror May Day meeting
Gates open 12pm with first race at 1:50pm.
Admission is £12 and tickets are available at the turnstiles on arrival.
Children under 16 go free and there is free car parking for everyone.
There is jumping action at Down Royal on Monday where the most valuable contest on a seven-race card is the €20,000 Daily Mirror Chase (4.10). It has attracted a competitive field of 11 with the Henry De Bromhead-trained Tisamystery likely to head the market.
Former top-class hurdler Peace News makes his chasing debut for De Bromhead in the Daily Mirror Beginners Chase (3.35) with champion jockey Davy Russell in the saddle.
The first of seven races at Down Royal is due off at 1.50 and the going is good, yielding in places.