Busy start to an important week as jumps seasons draw to a close
It's a busy start to a busy week with six meetings. If you want a Flat fix, then Windsor, Pontefract and Navan fit the bill, while jumping comes from Newton Abbot, Hexham and Sedgefield.
But we will also have the final countdown to the Punchestown festival, where Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott will collide in their bids for the Irish jumps trainers' title, and there will also be news of Sandown, which closes the British season on Saturday.
Newton Abbot (first race 1.30)
Soft, good to soft in places (GoingStick: 4.0 at 6am on Monday).
Soft, good to soft in places in home straight and an area of heavy on top of the hill bend.
Good to soft, soft in places (GoingStick: 7.2 on Monday at 6.30am).
Yielding, yielding to soft in places.
Good to soft, good in places (GoingStick: 6.8).
Good to soft (GoingStick: Chase 8.7 and Hurdle 8.8 on Monday at 6am).
Allen A Dale 15-2 (from 10)
Society Red 11-2 (from 7)
Major Ridge 10-1 (from 12)
What to back
Richard Birch picks through the British cards, while Alan Sweetman has cast his eye over the Irish action.
We also have the usual pointers from Tips Box and Signposts. Find all the expert advice here.
What to read
Newmarket ace David Simcock is the latest subject in our stable tour series.
What to watch
News on some of Ed Walker's stars ...
and here's a moment David Jennings might regret ...
The best of Racing Post Sport
The team tackle Monday's matches in England, Spain and Italy and you can find their selections here.
The dominance of Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott does not sit easy with some, but surely this week at Punchestown will be irresistible viewing.
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