All you need to know for today's racing as Exeter and Sedgefield pass inspection
The latest Colin Tizzard-trained star could burst on to the scene at Sandown this afternoon, as the progressive White Moon bids to make it three from three over hurdles.
This assignment will be his toughest to date in the Grade 2 Ballymore Novices' Hurdle, and it is a race with a rich history, so whoever triumphs will be worth noting.
Away from Sandown there is jumps racing at Exeter and Sedgefield, while Chelmsford and Dundalk provide the all-weather action.
Sedgefield - first race 12.10
Soft, good to soft in places (GoingStick: Hurdle 7.1, Chase 6.9 on Friday at 06:00)
Exeter - 12.30
Soft (GoingStick: Chase 5.6, Hurdle 5.9 on Tuesday at 10:00)
Sandown - 12.50
Good to soft, good in places (GoingStick: Chase 6.6 Hurdle 6.7 on Wednesday at 10:00)
Dundalk - 5.30
Chelmsford - 5.45
1.35 Exeter - Albert Dolivate 10-1 (from 14)
1.45 Sedgefield - Pinch Of Ginger 15-2 (from 10)
2.05 Exeter - Chosen Well 6-1 (from 9)
3.05 Sandown - Bally Gilbert 11-2 (from 7)
What to back
Paul Kealy has got stuck into Exeter and Sandown's cards, and members can find his advice here.
There is also a bundle of selections in the Tips Box.
What to read
Fox Norton will have a familiar face back aboard in Saturday's Tingle Creek, with Robbie Power called into service.
Jack Kennedy not only survived nearly coming off at Clonmel, he then went on to win the race.
What to watch
Nick Watts has a fancy for Sandown and you can watch it here.
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