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Runners bypass the final fence on the chase course via the hurdles course on Tuesday at Leopardstown \ carolinenorris.ie
LEOPARDSTOWN chief executive Tim Husbands has defended the state of the ground on the chase course at the track following criticism from Ruby Walsh and Davy Russell during RTÉ’s live coverage of the Christmas festival.