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For just about the first time this autumn, today jump racing is totally dominant across the afternoon diet. Ludlow, Carlisle and Southwell combine to provide the action, with Thurles also giving Irish fans an extra helping of the winter game.
The historical highlight might be Carlisle's beginners' chase (3.20), which last year was won by Cloudy Dream and also has names like Duke Of Navan, Pendra and Bury Parade on its recent roll of honour. No obvious future stars are in the five-strong line-up this year, but three of them were useful hurdlers with the potential to be better chasers.
Flat fans will get their fix, but will have to wait until Chelmsford's seven-race card begins in the evening.
Ludlow - first race 1.55
Southwell - 2.05
Good (watered) (GoingStick 7.8)
Carlisle - 2.15
Heavy, soft in places (GoingStick 5.8)
Thurles - 2.20
Yielding to soft
Chelmsford - 5.45
3.00 Ludlow: Valhalla into 2-1 (from 5-2)
3.55 Carlisle: Barrys Jack into 10-11 (from 11-10)
6.45 Chelmsford: Bath And Tennis into 4-1 (from 6)
What to back
Watch today's ten-second tip, courtesy of Nick Watts...
What to read
In this week's Allez France, Scott Burton suggests a new triple crown for stayers.
The BHA have also had their say on British Champions Weekend and the numbers are certainly food for thought.
What to watch
Jumps and Flat jockeys talk about the Markel Champions Challegne between the two at Olympia in December...
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In the Thursday column, Bruce Millington admits to his betting superstitions.
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