All you need to know on a busy day of racing across Britain and Ireland
With five fixtures set to take place across Britain and Ireland on Wednesday, there is plenty of racing action to digest.
ANZ Bloodstock News also reports on the latest update on the career of wondermare Winx - and she now looks like she could really make her mark in history.
Wetherby (first race 2.00)
Clonmel (first race 2.05)
Towcester (first race 2.10)
Chelmsford (AW) (first race 2.20)
Wolverhampton (AW) (first race 5.45)
ANZ Bloodstock News
Details on Winx staying at home lead the way in today's issue. Make sure to download today's issue for an interview with Harry Herbert by Lydia Symonds, in which he discusses his hopes for Highclere in Australia.
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This year's Arqana Breeze-up Sale, held in Deauville on May 11 and 12, will feature the only lot by Frankel to be offered at an auction of this type in Europe in 2018, as well as six two-year-olds from the final crop of the sensational Scat Daddy. Read more
Ollie O'Donoghue has all the details of yesterday's Tattersalls Ireland Ascot March Sale here.
Rathasker Stud's Bungle Inthejungle became the first freshman sire to get off the mark in 2018 when his daughter Jungle Jane made all to land the opening 5f fillies' maiden at Dundalk on Wednesday. Read more
Wednesday's Tattersalls Ireland Ascot March Sale saw the rare appearance of a son or daughter of Financial Reward - a Grade 2-winning chaser for Willie Mullins who was also second to Punjabi in the Punchestown Champion Four-Year-Old Hurdle.
The son in question was Financial Outcome - a dual point-to-point winner and one of three known representatives from the sire's 2013 crop - who was knocked down to Rebecca Curtis for £50,000.