All the latest news and updated going reports for today's racing
It's to concentrate on today's racing with Newmarket's sweet box of a three-day meeting and the two days at Chantilly at arm's reach.
There is a Listed race, the Foundation Stakes at Goodwood, among a hotbed of Class 5 and 6 races. It has tempted a reticent Meydan winner out with Godolphin's Promising Run, not seen for 207 days, taking on Group 3 Rose of Lancaster winner Frankuus, who seems to love Haydock and Chantilly more than anywhere else but has to settle for a halfway house geographically.
Scotland has been starved of racing if not rain so fingers crossed Perth, even though it is jump racing not the lost Flat fixtures of Ayr and Hamilton, can bring some sunshine north of the border.
If all else fails there is trusty old Kempton to take us into the dark.
Redcar first race 2.00
Good to soft, soft places (GoingStick 7.5)
Stalls: straight course - centre; round - inside
Soft (GoingStick 5.7)
Stalls: straight course - stands side; round - inside
Sligo (jumps) 2.15
Soft to heavy
Perth (jumps) 2.20
Heavy, soft places (GoingStick 5.3)
Standard to slow
4.10 Redcar Quatrieme Ami into 11-4 (from 4)
4.50 Goodwood Abiento into 3-1 (from 4)
5.25 Goodwood Flowing Clarets into 6-1 (from 9)
What's on today
Declarations for Newmarket on Friday will whet the appetite, with the Group 2 Shadwell-sponsored Rockfel and Joel Stakes likely to feature a team of Aidan O'Brien runners.
What to back
Pietro Innocenzo (members only) has one to back from each of today's three Flat meetings.
There are the usual top tips from our regional correspondents and time and rating experts with Lambourn's James Burn especially keen on a Lady at Goodwood.
Nick Watts has a big fancy explained in the small matter of ten seconds.
What to read
Chris McGrath reports on what could be a momentous day at the Goffs Orby sale as Godolphin secure a Galileo yearling.
The countdown to the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe continues with our French correspondent Scott Burton bringing the latest news, while Frankie Dettori talks about the prospect of a record-breaking fifth win in the race.
What to watch
Racing Post Weekender hits the news stands so here is a flavour of this week's straight-talking columns and top tips.
The best of Racing Post Sport
Chelsea, Manchester United and Celtic are far from home in the lastest round of Champions League matches, but Dan Childs and Steve Davies have their top bets for the games.
James Milton is going big on the latest cricket one-day international between England and West Indies.
The British Masters starts in Newcastle on Thursday so our golf correspondent and punter Steve Palmer gets into the swing.
It is all down to Billesdon Brook to uphold family honour at Goodwood today. Unfortunately, her sister Billesdon Bess is a non-runner at the same meeting.