All you need to start your day ahead of Monday's five cards
The pick of Monday's action comes from Windsor, where a seven-race evening card is headlined by an intriguing 6f handicap (7.10) in which Louie De Palma, beaten a neck last time out, has been backed into 9-4 (from 100-30).
Chepstow and Southwell stage 14 races between them in the afternoon, before action from Ballinrobe and Wolverhampton in the evening.
The well-bred Red Armada is looking to get off the mark at Chepstow (3.00) after going down by a head at Newbury last month. That form took a considerable boost at Royal Ascot last week with Biometric, the winner at Newbury, landing the Britannia Handicap on Thursday.
At Ballinrobe, 157-rated chaser Peregrine Run makes his second Flat start at 8.55. The nine-year-old completed a hat-trick over fences at Punchestown a fortnight ago.
Chepstow (first race 2.00)
Good (GoingStick: 5.9)
Good, good to soft in places (GoingStick: 7.3)
Good, good to firm in places (GoingStick: 7.5)
2.00 Chepstow - Greeley 7-1 (from 11)
4.30 Chepstow - Swanton Blue 11-1 (from 14)
7.10 Windsor - Louie De Palma 5-2 (from 100-30)
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A son of Starspangledbanner, Knight Shield cost £140,000 as a yearling and makes his first start at Windsor (6.10) for William Haggas. This juvenile looks the part on paper and with certainly be worth watching with Pat Dobbs in the saddle.
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