No less than ten first-season sires with runners on Tuesday
The Flat season would appear to be really heating up with ten sires from the Class of '18 represented across Britain today.
Slade Power, who has already got on the scoreboard with his daughter Strings Of Life at Newmarket, will be hoping his daughter Spell can conjure up some magic in the 5f fillies' novice stakes at Nottingham (2.00).
No Nay Never has seen his first runners perform well on both sides of the Atlantic and his son Nayslayer bids to become his first winner when he lines up in the 5½f novice auction stakes at Nottingham (2.20).
James Watt is a 2-1 chance in the same contest, as he aims to become Morpheus's first winner, while the Amy Murphy-trained colt Kapono represents Kuroshio, who stood for one season at Overbury Stud.
The once-raced Chynna can provide Gregorian with his third winner - his daughter Gypsy Spirit an impressive winner at Windsor last Monday - when she enters the gate for the 5f fillies' novice stakes on the Kempton all-weather (6.15).
Nottingham (first race 2.00)
Newcastle (AW) (5.20)
Kempton (AW) (5.45)
ANZ Bloodstock News
In today's issue: trainer Henry Dwyer says talented mare Legless Veuve, a four-year-old Pins filly he inherited from former rival Stuart Webb, has plenty of problems and is unsure how she will perform in Saturday's Group 1 UBET Classic over 1200m.
First-season sires with runners
Coach House Thegreyvtrain Kempton (AW) 6.15
Gregorian Chynna Kempton (AW) 6.15
Heeraat Skeetah Nottingham 2.00
Kuroshio Kapono Brighton 2.20
Morpheus James Watt Brighton 2.20
No Nay Never Nayslayer Brighton 2.20
Sea The Moon Chitra Nottingham 2.00
Slade Power Spell Nottingham 2.00
Toronado Windy Guest Yarmouth 2.10
War Command Nananita Kempton (AW) 6.15
Worldwide stakes races
Prix Penelope (Group 3)
pferdewetten.de - Bavarian Classic (Group 3)
Prix du Muguet (Group 2)
Plus 10 races
Kempton (AW) 6.15
Yarmouth 2.10, 2.40
What to read
"One thing that those breeders licking their lips at the prospect of sending mares to Cracksman will have to bear in mind is inbreeding"
What to watch
There are three Group races to get stuck into in France and Germany today - we will find out if the French-bred Deep Impact filly Tempel can make a winning return at three when she lines up in the Group 3 Prix Penelope at Saint-Cloud (1.35 local time/12.35 BST).