All the latest as Southwell keeps the show on the road
It seems Southwell is making a bid for global domination as the Nottinghamshire track races for the fourth time in five days, having just taken Saturday off.
It is back to the Fibresand today but racing is indebted for a second time to Southwell for keeping the show on the road after the cancellation of the scheduled jump meetings at Exeter and Newcastle.
Hopefully there will be a few more paying customers than the 13 recorded last Friday. If not there will be far more horses than humans as the seven-race card is reasonably populated for this time of year.
Southwell (AW) - first race 2.20pm
2.50 Southwell: Ochos Rios - 5-1 (from 11-2)
4.20 Southwell: Zaeem - 17-2 (from 10)
What to back
David Baxter has the 10-second tip at Southwell today.
What to read
Catch up with the latest on winningmost Cheltenham Festival jockey, Ruby Walsh, and his plans ahead of next week.
The indispensable Horses In Training is published on Friday but Jon Lees has had a little peek and found Andrew Balding has beefed up his string with Premier League power from owners King Power.
Horses In Training 2018, produced by Raceform, will be published on Friday. Pre-order now here
What to watch
Catch up on the latest headlines surrounding the Cheltenham Festival.
The top team previews this Saturday's Matchbook Imperial Cup as well as delving into the Cheltenham Festival. Join Bruce Millington, Nick Watts, Justin O'Hanlon and Paul Binfield.
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Some might baulk at another afternoon on the Fibresand especially with a Class 4 the feature but old General Tufto is in his element with the 13-year-old back again having first run at the track in December 2008.