Double delight as racing and sales action combine in Newmarket
Having played host to the breezes ahead of the Tattersalls Craven Breeze-Up Sale, racing returns to Newmarket for the first time this season with the three-day Craven meeting.
Once the racing is out of the way, the Craven Sale will begin, with 86 lots due to go under the hammer.
There is sure to be plenty of action in the ring and Nancy Sexton will be blogging live from Park Paddocks to provide you with all the in-depth reaction.
There will also be live updates on our Twitter - @rpbloodstock - so keep an eye out for all the latest throughout the evening's session.
Newmarket (first race 1.50)
Tattersalls Craven Breeze-Up Sale (first session begins after racing at Newmarket)
ANZ Bloodstock News
Tim Rowe has all the latest news from the Inglis Australian Broodmare and Weanling Sale, while there is also the latest on a fee increase for Widden Stud's exciting young sire Zoustar. Read today's issue here.
Worldwide Stakes races
4.45 Newmarket Feilden Stakes (Listed)
Plus 10 races
Newmarket 1.50, 2.25, 3.00, 3.35
First season sire runners
Gregorian Aloysius Lilius, Newmarket 3.00
Olympic Glory Ynys Mon, Newmarket 3.00
What to read
Ahead of the Tattersalls Craven Breeze-Up Sale, James Thomas has spoken to The Bloodstock Connection's Johnny Hassett who is set to offer nine horses from his draft. Read the full interview here.
Kew Gardens will look to enhance his chances of being a Classic prospect in the coming weeks when he makes his seasonal reappearance in the Listed Feilden Stakes.
It could cap off a fantastic few days for his sire Galileo, who came to the fore on Monday when two of his daughters were responsible for eyecatching winners Jaega and Sevenna Star, and further strengthen his hand as the dominant sire of his generation.