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All the latest updates for six meetings in Britain and Ireland

Down the back straight at Bath, where racing takes place today
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It's BBC racing this afternoon with Bath, Beverley and Chelmsford on the Flat before jumping at Worcester in the evening, with a Flat card at Thirsk for good measure.

For those who want the best of both worlds Killarney stages a mixed meeting with four races on the Flat and three chases.

No surprise then that Willie Mullins, Gordon Elliott, Jessica Harrington and Noel Meade will be rubbing shoulders with the O'Briens, John Oxx, Jim Bolger and Michael Halford. 

Going report

Beverley (first race 2.00)
Good to firm
Distances: races 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 +7yds

Bath (2.10)
Firm (GoingStick 10.8)
Distances: Races 1 & 6 +16yds

Chelmsford (AW) (2.20)
Standard to slow

Worcester (5.50)
Good (GoingStick 6.4)
Distances: races 1, 5 & 7 +98yds, races 2, 3, 4 & 6 +138yds

Killarney (6.00)
Good, good to firm in places on jumps course 

Thirsk (6.10)

Market movers

2.40 Bath
9-2 (from 5)

3.50 Chelmsford
Coastal Cyclone 10-1 (from 12)

5.00 Beverley
Kenmare River 15-2 (from 9)

What to back

Graeme Rodway (£) heads today's tipping team backed up by other experts in the Tips Box while Signposts Sweetspots points the way to three statistical-based selections.

Then there is the quick and popular daily tip below.


What to read

Jon Lees and Tom Kerr (£) are at the BHA inquiry involving Willie Mullins' vet and his possible involvement in the sequence of events that saw his brother place lay bets on Faugheen 48 hours before the 1-3 favourite was ruled out of the 2016 Champion Hurdle.

Graham Dench was at a Goodwood Festival lunch and has a smorgasbord of stories to whet the appetite for next month's
five-day festival.

What to watch

Where to start with so many good videos from our stable to start the week. There's a bumper Postcast with a review of Newmarket's July meeting and preview of the Irish Oaks weekend.

Then there is the fairytale that is Tip Two Win with his trainer Roger Teal giving the latest news.

Wrap up viewing with the latest from Tim Easterby about his St Leger hope Wells Farhh Go.


The best of Racing Post Sport

The World Cup may be over but the team is getting into the swing  for golf's latest major, The British Open at Carnoustie. Ian Wilkerson has the latest news.

The third ODI between England and India is previewed by James Milton. 

Final thought 

Good luck to Serena Brotherton who is looking for her 50th winner in the last five seasons as she bids to complete a hat-trick in the pro-am ladies race, the Dorothy Laird Memorial Trophy Lady Riders' Handicap (5.30) which finishes Beverley's meeting today.

For the freshest betting advice, based on latest going and market conditions, don't miss the Live Tipster every afternoon. Just click Raceday Live at or the mobile app

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