All of today's details including non-runners, going and market movers
One of the busiest Saturdays of the season is approaching and Newmarket's July festival is just about to start, but that should not necessarily mean a breather before it kicks off.
The are plenty of opportunities - as long as you like the Flat - with afternoon turf meetings at Yarmouth, Catterick and Lingfield, while all-weather action comes from Dundalk.
Kempton and Bath take over for the evening, while in Hong Kong there is racing at Happy Valley from 12.15pm.
Yarmouth (2.00 first race) Good, good to soft in places (Goingstick 7.1)
Catterick (2.10) Good to soft (not available)
Dundalk (2.15) Standard
Lingfield (2.25) Good to soft (7.1)
Kempton (5.55) Standard to slow
Bath (6.10) Good to firm (not available)
Yarmouth 2.00 Pranceabootthetoon, 4.20 Masonic 4.55 King Oswald
Catterick 2.10 Staff College, 2.45 Diamond Pursuit, 4.30 Highland Castle, 5.05 Charava, Le Laitier, 5.35 Captain Peaky, The Amber Fort, 6.05 Red Gunner, Bourbonisto
Lingfield 3.00 Wootyhoot, Permanent, Quinquereme, Harbour Town, 3.35 Bamako Du Chatelet, 4.10 Ballyfarsoon 4.45 Take Shelter, Alaskan Star, Grand Acclaim 5.15 Cove Beach
Bath 7.10 The Detainee, Bohemian Rhapsody, 7.40 Epicurious 8.10 Must Be Amazing, Papa Delta, 9.10 Mooroverthebridge
Kempton 6.25 Swiftee, 8.55 Gung Ho Jack
Yarmouth 2.35 Starlight Circus 9-1 from 10s
Lingfield 4.10 Hermarna 7-1 from 12s
Bath 8.40 International Law 17-2 from 10-1
What's on today
The Moet & Chandon July Festival takes further shape as the Friday card is declared, which includes the Falmouth Stakes and Duchess Of Cambridge Stakes.
The going at Newmarket is now good following 16.5mm of rain on Tuesday and overnight.
What to bet on today
Our experts from around Britain and Ireland have their best bets of the day.
What to read
The controversy surrounding apprentice jockeys and their pay and conditions, first exposed by Lee Mottershead in Monday's Racing Post, has escalated with the news that Andrew Balding and Richard Hannon will no longer take on new apprentices.
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