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Brighton: hosts racing on Tuesday
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On a big day for football in England, it is probably fortunate that Scotland and Wales are doing more than their share of the heavy lifting on this sunny Tuesday.

Hamilton will team up with Brighton to provide the afternoon action, then while England is at a standstill in the evening Chepstow combines with Stratford.

Chepstow has an Arab race half an hour before the first official contest, while in France there is Group 3 action for two-year-olds at Deauville (1.20) featuring runners for Archie Watson, Karl Burke and Wesley Ward.

Going report

Brighton (first race at: 2.00)
Firm, good to firm in places (GoingStick: 9.6 at 5.30am on Tuesday)

Hamilton (2.15)
Good to firm (GoingStick: 8.3 at 6.45am on Tuesday)

Chepstow (6.15)
Good to firm, firm in places 

Stratford (6.30)
Good to firm, good in places (GoingStick: 8.2 at 6am on Tuesday)

Market movers

Brighton 2.00
Illustrious Spirit 7-1 (from 9)

Hamilton 2.45
Knight In Armour 3-1 (from 4)

Brighton 5.00
Wotadoll 7-4 (from 2)

What to back

Jack McCarron is off to Hamilton for his speedy best bet.


What to read

Our latest feature in Racing Staff Week centres on a man whose job is made somewhat harder by the recent dry weather.

There is also hope that a big-name Irish raider will visit Melbourne in the autumn.

What to watch

Check out this week's Postcast, previewing the Eclipse and looking back on the Irish Derby.


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The winner of that match will play either Sweden or Switzerland. We've previewed that, too.

Final thought 

They're digging wells at Wexford and hoping to avoid hard ground at Bath. There is another another two weeks of this to come, too, if forecasts are to be believed. Few will deserve a pint of something cold while watching the climactic rounds of the World Cup more than racecourse ground staff.

For the freshest betting advice, based on latest going and market conditions, don't miss the Live Tipster every afternoon. Just click Raceday Live at or the mobile app

Few will deserve a pint of something cold while watching the climactic rounds of the World Cup more than racecourse ground staff
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