All the latest going news, market movers and key punting pointers
The loss of Nottingham leaves just Market Rasen's jumps fixture on the turf today, supported by all-weather meetings at Lingfield, Kempton and Dundalk.
The wet weather has also claimed Leicester's meeting scheduled for Friday, which has been cancelled due to waterlogging and false ground.
Frankel's jockey Tom Queally returns from a spell in America over the winter to take two rides at Kempton, while Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls, who will both be hoping for a big week at Aintree, are among the trainers represented at Market Rasen.
Lingfield (AW) (first race: 1.40)
Market Rasen (2.00)
Soft (GoingStick: Chase 5.3, Hurdle 5.6)
Distances: first and seventh +138yds, second and third +192yds, fourth +147yds, fifth and sixth +210yds)
Kempton (AW) (5.45)
Dundalk (AW) (6.00)
2.00 Market Rasen Mon Eldorado 12-1 (from 18-1)
4.10 Market Rasen Minella Scamp 3-1 (from (9-2)
4.50 Lingfield Amourice 5-2 (from 3-1)
What to back
Tom Bull has the ten-second tip at Kempton's evening meeting.
The action starts in Hong Kong just after midday with the midweek meeting at Happy Valley, and Rob Watson has two tips, including a former David O'Meara-trained runner.
What to read
All the build-up to Aintree's three days, headlined by the Randox Health Grand National. Katie Walsh's mount Baie Des Iles is proving popular with punters, while Danny Cook tells Graham Dench why he thinks his Aintree record is about to improve.
What to watch
Bruce Millington heads the Postcast gang who just can't wait for Aintree to start and dive straight into finding winners over the three days.
Andrew Scutts delivers the latest Aintree news
The best of Racing Post Sport
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