All eyes on the future at Newmarket plus the latest going and betting news
There is a plethora of two-year-old racing today when Newmarket stages an eight-race card, seven of which are restricted to juveniles.
As a guide to the future the races have not proved too informative, although Desert Skyline, winner of the Doncaster Cup last month, won the closing nursery 12 months ago.
Newmarket stages one of five meetings in Britain and Ireland. Navan and the Kempton evening card complete the Flat offering, while there is jumping at at Sedgefield and Worcester, where there are some interesting runners in the Fixed Brush Hurdle Final.
Newmarket first race 1.15
Good, good to firm in places (GoingStick 8.0)
Good (GoingStick 6.7)
Good to soft, good in places
Standard to slow
2.45 Worcester: Pickamix into 5-2 (from 3)
5.15 Newmarket: Ship Of The Fen into 7-4 (from 15-8)
8.20 Kempton: Family Fortunes into 9-2 (from 11-2)
8.50 Kempton: Lady Kaviar into 7-2 (from 9-2)
What to back
The Weekender is out today and the team point the way to some to some value among today's cards.
Nick Watts has a recommendation for you from one of the afternoon meetings...
What to read
Alastair Down joins riding legends McCoy, Francome, Scudamore and Dunwoody as they prepare for a showjumping clash at Olympia this year.
Elsewhere find out what the gap now is between Enable and Cracksman after BHA handicappers reveal how they have assisted the outcome of Qipco British Champions Day.
What to watch
The Racing Post Trophy is the weekend's big race but the jumps action promised to be just as compelling and the Postcast team have run over the rule over the best races at Cheltenham and Aintree.
The best of Racing Post Sport
There is more League Cup Cup action tonight and Dan Childs assesses whether West Ham can ease the pressure on manager Slaven Bilic in a tough tie with Spurs.
Keep checking on the website and social media from noon when the entries will be released for the Breeders' Cup, run for the first time at Del Mar, California, at the end of next week.
It will be intriguing to see which of Aidan O'Brien's team will make the trip and whether he is prepared to put anything up against Arrogate and Gun Runner on the dirt in the Classic.