All you need to know to start your day including going from all the tracks
In comparison to recent Fridays it is surprising – and somewhat disappointing – that there are just three fixtures in Britain and none in the evening.
September 1 is the end date for evening turf fixtures in Britain, so the action takes place in the afternoon at Sandown, Thirsk and Bangor.
Sandown stages the standout card as the track begins its two-day fixture with some competitive handicaps and two top-class maidens loaded with regally bred runners.
For those wanting to catch some racing after work, Down Royal comes to the rescue with a twilight card, featuring Rashaan's bid for the Kerry Foods Hurdle at 6.40.
Sandown first race 1.40
Round course - Good to soft, good in places; sprint course - Good, good to soft in places. Rail out 3 yards from 7f to winning post, adding 12 yards to all Round course distances.
Good, good to firm in places. Home bend dolled out 3m from the inside line altering standard distances as follows: 7f start +10 yards; 8f start +10 yards; 2m start +10 yards
Bangor - 2.00
Good (watered). The hurdle rail has been moved out by 12 yards and the chase rail remains on the inside. Add 12 yards to races 1, 2, 5 and 6.
Down Royal - 4.35
4.35 Vision D'Ete 2 (from 4)
5.05 Dixie Lee 7 (from 10)
2.45 Enzemble 10 (from 25)
3.20 La La Land 8 (from 10)
2.35 Chozen 16 (from 33)
4.50 Mr Lando 13-2 (from 9)
4.40 God Willing 8 (from 20)
What's on today
Get ready for an action-packed weekend with previews for the televised races at Sandown, Chester and Beverley and the big international contests in Turkey and the US.
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