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The pieces continue to fall into place for next week's Cheltenham Festival and the return of Ruby Walsh at Thurles on Thursday is among the most significant.
Walsh, 11 times the leading jockey at the Cheltenham Festival, rides Lareena in the 2m maiden hurdle, his first ride since breaking his leg in a fall at Punchestown in November.
Of course there is plenty more besides the return of Walsh. There are jumps meeting at Wincanton and Carlisle, all-weather action at Southwell and Newcastle plus the six-day confirmations for the second day of the Cheltenham Festival.
Throw in the declarations for Saturday's Matchbook Imperial Cup at Sandown and you have got quite a day. Good job we enjoy being busy.
Southwell (first race 2.00)
Soft, heavy in places
Soft to heavy
Heavy (soft in places on hurdles course)
2.30 Southwell - Chaucers Tale 11-2 (from 7-1)
3.25 Carlisle - Shanaway 9-1 (from 11-1)
5.20 Wincanton - One Night In Milan 11-4 (from 7-2)
What to back
Need a quick tip for Thursday's racing? Then spare ten seconds to find out who Adam Maidment fancies at Wincanton.
However, if you are already looking ahead to the start of the Cheltenham Festival, then Dave Orton gives you his best bets for Tuesday.
What to read
Aidan Coleman will partner Unibet Champion Hurdle regular My Tent Or Yours next week, and believes you ignore him at your peril.
Coleman will be one of a number of jockeys chasing the leading rider title at the festival next week. Jon Lees analyses who is in with the best shot of lifting the award.
And after Talismanic earned his place on Dubai World Cup night, trainer Andre Fabre found himself talking about Jeremy Corbyn.
What to watch
ITV and At The Races presenter Luke Harvey is the latest racing celebrity to take part in our Masterminded series...
While Brendan Duke goes in search of Cheltenham Festival fever...
If you want a breeding angle on the meeting, then the RP Bloodstock Postcast is just what you want to be watching...
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