All you need to know as top stayer Order Of St George returns to action at Navan
Order Of St George, winner of the Gold Cup in 2016, starts out on a familiar road signposted Ascot in June as he returns to action in the Group 3 Vintage Crop Stakes at Navan today.
A winner on British Champions Day when last seen on track in October, he faces just two rivals and will start at prohibitive odds, although odds-on backers should be reminded he was beaten in the same race last year when victory appeared a formality.
A duo of Listed races and some competitive handicaps also feature on Navan's card, while jumps racing takes centre stage in Britain on Sunday with cards at Stratford, Wincanton and Market Rasen.
Stratford (first race 2.00)
Good to soft (Good in places on hurdles course) (GoingStick 6.9 Chase, 7.2 Hurdle at 6am on Sunday)
Yielding, yielding to soft in places
Good to soft (GoingStick 6.6 on Saturday at 11am)
Market Rasen (2.25)
Good, good to soft in places - Hurdle, Good to soft - Chase (GoingStick 7.1 Hurdle, 6.9 Chase at 3pm on Thursday)
Zamparelli 9-2 (from 5)
3.00 Market Rasen
Rouergate 8-1 (from 10)
5.05 Market Rasen
Mr Shantu 8-1 (from 10)
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Ryan Moore visits Navan for the first time since 2016 for four rides and it's hard to imagine he will not have improved his record of one win from fives rides at the track come the end of the afternoon.
As well as Order Of St George, Moore's mounts are all forecast to start favourite and the four-timer will rightly be a popular Sunday punt.
His afternoon starts with Scat Daddy filly So Perfect in the opener (2.10), followed by Listed rides on Sioux Nation (2.40) and Bye Bye Baby (4.15), before signing off with star stayer Order Of St George (5.20).
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