SIR HENRY CECIL, without the mighty Frankel this season, sends out his first runner of the campaign when Midday's half-sister Hot Snap runs in Wednesday's Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmaket.
LAST year's Moyglare Stud Stakes winner Sky Lantern, who ranges from 10-1 to 14-1 in the betting for next month's Qipco 1,000 Guineas, will face 13 rivals when she preps for the Newmarket Classic in Wednesday's Nell Gwyn Stakes.
RICHARD HANNON and Pat Dobbs combined again at the Craven meeting with a hard-fought success of Rougement in the valuable sales race.
STIPULATE proved the class act here as he burst clear inside the final furlong for a decisive win. The Sir Henry Cecil-trained colt scored at 8-1, ahead of long-time front-runner Mister Music.
NATIVE KHAN ran out the convincing winner of this 2,000 Guineas trial, although his participation in the Qipco-sponsored Classic is not guaranteed according to trainer Ed Dunlop.
LUCA CUMANI, who steps Forte Dei Marmi into Group company for the first time in the Weatherbys Earl of Sefton Stakes, compared the Gary Tanaka-owned five-year-old to Presvis, who has amassed winnings of more than £4.2m in win and place prize money.
NATIVE KHAN, the impressive winner of the Solario Stakes last year before finishing fourth in the Racing Post Trophy on ground too soft, has been inserted as the even-money favourite by Ladbrokes for Thursday's Group 3 Breeze Up Vendors Craven Stake
FRANKEL'S big brother and work partner Bullet Train features among the 15 entries for the Earl Of Sefton Stakes at Newmarket on Thursday.
WORKFORCE, last year's Derby and Arc winner, could make his first trip to Ireland for his seasonal reappearance in the Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh on May 22.
The Ralph Beckett-trained Puff caused a minor upset in the Dubai Duty Free Stakes at Newbury when she responded well to pressure in a tight finish
There has been a lot of talk about the revamped Channel 4 Racing but we want to know what you, our readers, like or dislike
Racing & Football Outlook's David Revers with his best bets at Redcar and Windsor - plus gallops news from our man in Newmarket, David Milnes
Every Sunday in Racing Business, industry editor Bill Barber looks back at the main talking points from the past seven days and casts an eye over the week ahead
Members can now use Horse Tracker to receive alerts on entries and declarations