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Tuesday, 11 December, 2018

All you need to begin your Sunday including going from all the tracks

Saxon Warrior: taking last year's Group 2 Beresford Stakes in impressive fashion
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The weekend's Group action is far from over following Newmarket's top-quality card on Saturday as Naas hosts four such contests on Sunday. 

The Group 2 Beresford Stakes (5.05) has unearthed Classic heroes in Capri and Saxon Warrior in the last two years and the Aidan O'Brien-trained Mount Everest is a short price to score under Ryan Moore.

The redoubtable ten-year-old Gordon Lord Byron is the star attraction in the Group 3 Renaissance Stakes (4.00) and victory for Tom Hogan's sprinter will undoubtedly bring the house down. 

Earlier on the card, the juvenile fillies take centre stage in the Group 3 Weld Park Stakes (2.20). Sir Mark Prescott – who is always worth noting in his Irish raids – saddles Brassica, while Dermot Weld's unexposed Falcon Eight bids to maintain his 100 per cent record up in trip in the Group 3 Loughbrown Stakes (2.55).

Epsom signs off its season with a seven-race card and there is further Flat action at Musselburgh.

Going report

Naas (first race 1.50)
Good, good to firm in places

Epsom (2.00)
Good, good to soft in places

Musselburgh (2.10)
Good to firm

Market movers

3.15 Musselburgh: Poets Dawn into 3-1 (from 4)

What to back

Tom Segal takes aim at the action today and our regional experts point us towards their best bets of the day in tips box.

What to read

Aidan and Donnacha O'Brien well and truly stole the show at Newmarket on Saturday with a Group race hat-trick in the Royal LodgeCheveley Park and Middle Park. Follow the links for further reaction to their stunning day. 

What to watch

We caught up with George Scott who could be on the cusp of Group 1 glory as he talks plans for his high class three-year-old James Garfield.

The best of Racing Post Sport

Bruce Millington, Paul Kealy, David Jennings and Paddy Power's Frank Hickey point us in the direction of the best bets for this afternoon's racing in the second part of our weekend tipping Postcast.

Final thought 

It might be prudent to keep an eye on the Investec Conditions Stakes at Epsom (2.30). The winner of the race will be offered a wild-card entry into next year's Derby. Last year's contest was won by this year's runner-up Dee Ex Bee. 

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The winner of the race will be offered a wild-card entry into next year's Derby. Last year's contest was won by this year's runner-up Dee Ex Bee
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