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Sunday, 21 October, 2018

All you need to start your day including going from all the tracks

Finish of the Brighton Mile won by Pastoral Player
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Brighton's festival of racing continues on Thursday, with the feature Brighton Challenge (3.30) giving horses rated up to 82 the opportunity to race for a first prize of all but £12,700.

That card is backed up by afternoon action from Yarmouth and Haydock, the latter providing a Class 2 fillies' handicap (4.10) which, at least in terms of ratings, trumps the Challenge.

The evening action comes from Newcastle, Sandown, Leopardstown and Sligo.


Going report

Yarmouth (first race at: 1.50)
Good to Firm (GoingStick: 7.8 at 07:15)

Brighton (2.00)
Good to Firm (GoingStick: 8.8 at 05:30)

Haydock (2.10)
Good to firm (GoingStick: 9.0 at 06:30)

Sligo (5.05)
Good, good to firm in places

Newcastle (5.15)
Standard

Leopardstown (5.20)
Good to firm

Sandown (5.30)
Good, Good to Firm in places - watered (GoingStick:6.9 on Wednesday at 08:00)


Market movers

1.50 Yarmouth - Lethal Angel 7-2 (from 5)

4.50 Yarmouth - Glenn Coco 7-2 (from 5)

5.00 Brighton - Archie 8-1 (from 12)

5.15 Newcastle - Ideal Angel 9-2 (from 6)

5.55 Leopardstown - Gottardo 7-1 (from 9)

6.35 Sandown - Calculation 11-2 (from 13-2)

7.35 Leopardstown - Mr Ormsby 11-2 (from 7)


What to back

Maddy Playle provides the ten second tip from Sandown.


What to read

It was a milestone night for jockey Jamie Spencer at Yarmouth last night.

That meeting nearly did not finish, after a fire in the area.


What to watch

Ahead of Saturday's Jacques Le Marois, we visited Jessica Harrington's yard.


The best of Racing Post Sport

The final golf major of the year, the US PGA at Bellervie, starts today. Read Steve Palmer's outright selections.

There's also a rare burst of optimism from Bruce Millington ahead of the Premier League season.


Final thought 

The outside prospect of a tooth-and-nail fight for the trainers' title throws new light on the changes made to the championship in 2016. With earnings now counted until December 31, the idea of, say, Sir Michael Stoute and John Gosden throwing their last darts at all-weather meetings in the days after the King George strikes as a surreal denouement.


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 racingpost.com or the mobile app

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