All the key details as going eases at Chepstow and Nottingham
The countdown continues to what was formerly the end to the turf Flat season with the November Handicap at Doncaster on Saturday as Nottingham flies the flag alone to start the day.
Dual-purpose tracks Musselburgh and Chepstow follow with the jumps action before the racing ends on the all-weather with evening meetings at Newcastle, Chelmsford and Dundalk.
Nottingham claims bragging class rights with the feature sprint that is the Lady Cecil Handicap and Newmarket trainer Rae Guest could make the day's headlines by winning the race honouring his sister with his veteran Mirza.
On the world scene British champion jockey Silvestre de Sousa gets down to his winter job in Hong Kong with a full book of rides at Happy Valley.
Nottingham (first race at 12.05)
Good to soft, good in places (from good) (GoingStick 7.2 at 8.30am)
Distances: 12.05, 12.35, 1.05, 1.40 & 3.50 +6yds
Good to firm, good places (GoingStick 6.6 at 6.45am)
Distances: 12.45 & 14.25 +98yds; 13.15, 13.50, 15.00 & 15.30 +49yds)
Good to soft, good in places (from good, good to soft in places) (GoingStick 5.2 at 6.45am)
Distances: 12.55, 1.25, 3.10, 3.40 & 4.15 +75yds; 2.00 & 2.35 +102yds
Newcastle (AW) (4.00)
Chelmsford (AW) (5.20)
Dundalk (AW) (5.30)
12.05 Nottingham 12 Freedom And Wheat 15-2 (from 14)
12.45 Musselburgh 8 Son Of Feyan 11-4 (from 9-2)
4.15 Chepstow 12 Shang Tang 8-1 (from 14)
5.50 Chelmsford 5 Mr Andros 5-1 (from 8)
*prices with bet365
What to back
Maddy Playle has her quickly-delivered tip for Nottingham this afternoon.
It's Wednesday so time for Happy Valley under the lights in Hong Kong but from late morning through to lunchtime in Britain. Here are some tips to digest.
What to read
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What to watch
With the Melbourne Cup fresh in the memory, check out another Australian feature as Matt Cumani, son of the soon to be retired Luca Cumani, talks to our roving reporter Stuart Riley.
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How will Silvestre de Sousa get on in Hong Kong today? One of his eight rides is the former William Haggas-trained Lockheed, who was beaten by Best Solution, Godolphin's unlucky Melbourne Cup runner, on his last run in England but has yet to win in Hong Kong.
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