All you need to start your day including going from all the tracks
By typical Monday standards, it's a rather busy day of racing with four meetings in Britain, and the second day of the Listowel festival in Ireland.
There is some good quality sprinkled in too, with jumps cards at Newton Abbot and at Perth, both featuring Class 2 handicaps. The Kim Bailey-trained Charbel, who was last seen in the Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, makes his seasonal reappearance at the Scottish course in the Sodexo Prestige Venues And Events Killiecrankie Handicap Chase (3.45).
Brighton caters for Flat fans in the afternoon, with Chelmsford providing the only all-weather meeting of the day in the evening. The Essex track is putting on more than £86,000 in prize-money, including the £25,000 Irish Lotto At totesport.com Handicap (7.15) over a mile.
At Listowel, the Listed Edmund & Josie Whelan Memorial Listowel Stakes (3.20) is the feature race on a seven-race card which has an impressive €207,000 in prize-money up for grabs.
Brighton (first race at: 2.00)
Good to firm, firm in places (from good to firm) (GoingStick 8.9 on Monday at 5.30am)
Good (GoingStick 7.6 on Sunday at 8.15am). Rail movements: 2.10 & 5.25 +73y, 2.40, 3.15 & 4.50 +105y, 3.45 & 4.20 +90y
Newton Abbot (2.20)
Good, good to firm in places (GoingStick 7.0 on Monday at 6am). Rail movements: 2.20 & 4.00 +94y, 2.55 +108y, 3.25 +138y, 4.30 +147y, 5.05 +80y
2.00 Brighton Arcanista 2-1 (from 5-2)
3.45 Perth Rightdownthemiddle 8-1 (from 14)
4.10 Brighton Peace Prevails 7-2 (from 11-2)
4.50 Perth King's Song 7-2 (from 5)
8.45 Chelmsford Lyford 7-2 (from 4)
What to back
Richard Birch thinks a prolific all-weather winner can translate his good recent form to turf.
Elsewhere, our regional experts pick out their best bets from Monday's five cards.
What to read
Limato's options are open this autumn after the six-year-old made it two Listed wins on the bounce at York on Sunday.
Elsewhere, Lee Mottershead's latest column discusses Ascot's move to padded hurdles and its impact on equine welfare (members only).
What to watch
With the jumps season slowly stepping up in pace, why not watch Harry Whittington's stable tour?
The best of Racing Post Sport
The Nations League action continues and Dan Childs has previewed Scotland's clash with Albania.
As the support of Roy Rocket has proved this summer, Brighton is the sort of course that thrives on old favourites who repeatedly strut their stuff at the Sussex course. While the John Berry-trained grey is not present on Monday's card, there are still 14 previous course winners bidding for further success at the track.
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