All the latest updates from around the tracks as racing returns to Bath
It is welcome back to Bath after the Somerset course's unequal struggle against the hottest summer on record which led to their midsummer fixtures being transferred elsewhere.
A lack of a watering system proved costly to the Arc track but this is hopefully the first of five remaining meetings this year.
Southwell provides the only jumping action today and starts with a rare runner in Britain for County Limerick trainer Charles Byrnes as his Killarney winner Not For You is his first runner at the Nottinghamshire venue in contesting the Jigsaw Sports Branding Handicap Chase (2.00).
The all-weather bookends the day with Lingfield starting and Wolverhampton ending the action with Gowran Park and Ffos Las in between times.
Lingfield (AW) (first race 1.40)
Firm (GoingStick 9.5 at 7.45am on Monday)
Good (GoingStick 7.8 at 6.30am)
Gowran Park (4.05)
Good, good to firm in places
Ffos Las (4.30)
Good, good to firm in places (from good) (GoingStick 7.8 at 6.30am)
Distances: Races 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 +18yds
Wolverhampton (AW) (5.50)
Lingfield 1.40 9 Pavlichenko 9-2 (from 7)
Bath 2.00 1 Spritual Man 7-4 (from 3)
Lingfield 4.45 11 Panmolle 10-11 (from 11-4)
Wolverhampton 7.55 6 Metatrons Cube 9-1 (from 14)
What to back
Maddy Playle has a Wolverhampton selection in the popular ten-second tip video.
Hong Kong is back and here are today's top tips for the meeting at Happy Valley.
What to read
It is building towards another exciting Saturday with the return of Arc heroine Enable at Kempton against a possible surprise Group 1 rival while Oisin Murphy is off to Haydock after being snapped up for The Tin Man in the 32Red Sprint Cup.
What to watch
Talking of the big race at Haydock on Saturday, here is the latest from trainer Clive Cox on the ante-post favourite Harry Angel.
Joseph O'Brien has a Classic update on his Irish Derby winner Latrobe.
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