All you need to know as going eases to heavy at Galway
Tuesday's feature comes from Galway where sixteen runners contest the Listed Oyster Stakes (5.15). Among the contenders is the sole British representative Alwaysandforever, who makes the trip over from Luca Cumani's Newmarket yard.
There is good action from Yarmouth where James Fanshawe is strongly represented with Excelled (2.20), who hopes to make it two from two after an encouraging debut success, before Bombyx heads a field of six runners in a competitive handicap (2.50).
Afternoon action also comes from Lingfield and Redcar, while Kempton stages an evening meeting.
Lingfield (first race at: 1.30)
Good to firm, good in places (GoingStick: 7.5 at 7.15am)
Good to firm, good in places (GoingStick 8.8 at 10.45am)
Heavy (from soft)
Standard to slow
2.40 Redcar 4 Jackamundo 9-2 (from 9)
4.50 Yarmouth 4 Equimou 4-1 (from 13-2)
8.00 Kempton 6 Kendergartern Kop 10-3 (from 7)
8.30 Kempton 8 Hereyouare 14-1 (from 25)
*prices with bet365
What to back
Our tipsters from around the country give their best bets of the afternoon.
What to read
Take a look at the Listed action in Ireland, which includes one runner whose luck could finally come.
Meanwhile Rose Dobbin runs through five horses she suggests to keep an eye out for during the winter.
What to watch
Leading trainer Richard Fahey is seeking his third success in the Ayr Gold Cup and he talks through his runners for Saturday's feature here.
Elsewhere Maddy Playle, Tom Segal, James Hill and Paddy Power's Neil Ryan review the weekend's action in the Postcast.
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