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

The Flat action continues at Naas with an eight-race card
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After a star-studded Champions Day at Ascot, there is still plenty of Flat action to sink your teeth into at Naas, with the valuable Matchbook Irish EBF Birdcatcher Premier Nursery (2.35).

The track also hosts the Listed Rathasker and EBF-sponsored Garnet (3.45) and Bluebell Stakes (5.20). 

Elsewhere, Kempton marks the start of their jumps season with two Listed contests, Sedgefield hosts the Durham National (4.25), and there is also action at Cork and further abroad. 

Going report

Naas (first race at: 1.35)
Good to yielding, good in places 

Cork (1.50)

Kempton (2.00)
Good, good to firm in places (GoingStick: 7.9)

Sedgefield (2.10)
Good, good to firm in places (GoingStick: 6.8)

Market movers

2.30 Kempton - Utility 10-1 (from 20-1)
3.10 Naas - Army Recruit 4-1 (from 7-1)
4.10 Kempton - Verdana Blue 10-11 (from 6-4)

What to back

Tom Collins has backed an unexposed stayer to strike at Naas and David Jennings has his best bet in a Cork handicap.

Plus, you can check out our free Tips Box service to see what our regional experts fancy on Sunday. 

What to read

Relive all the action from Champions Day as Roaring Lion won a thrilling QEII and Cracksman signed off with victory in the Champion Stakes.

And get ready for the day's racing with previews of the Durham National at Sedgefield and the Birdcatcher at Naas. 

What to watch

With the Flat season drawing to a close, we asked some leading trainers for their highlights of the season.

And you can get back into the jumps season with David Jennings, who spent the morning with Gordon Elliott.

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Final thought 

Ten-time champion trainer Paul Nicholls made a good start to the season at Chepstow and has a number of live chances at Kempton, including Grand Sancy in the Listed Matchbook-sponsored Novices' Hurdle (3.05).

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


Ten-time champion trainer Paul Nicholls made a good start to the season and has a number of live chances at Kempton

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