All you need for the day as Alan King targets valuable Ludlow contest
After an exciting weekend of action on the Flat in Britain and overseas, the best of the action on Monday looks to come from Ludlow, where the Alan King-trained Timoteo aims to continue his recent good form in the £21,500 Boyne Cup (3.55).
The other two meetings are on the all-weather, with eight races from Chelmsford and further six under the lights at Newcastle.
Chelmsford (first race at 1.30)
Good (GoingStick 7.1 on Saturday at 6.15pm). Rail movements: 2.15 & 4.25 +70y, 2.50 +100y, 3.20 & 5.30 +35y, 3.55 & 5.00 +80y
Standard to slow
2.35 Chelmsford Maazel 7-4 (from 9-4)
2.50 Ludlow Henllan Harri 5-2 (from 11-4)
5.00 Ludlow Hidden Charmer 7-4 (from 9-4)
6.15 Newcastle Coup De Gold 11-4 (from 4)
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The most interesting runner of day is surely the unraced three-year-old El Misk, who makes his debut for Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum and John Gosden at Newcastle (6.15). The Dansili colt holds a Derby entry and has been well backed for his debut.
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