Everything you need to know to help brighten up your day
The nights are drawing in fast - the sun will have set by just after 4pm today - so it is not a day to be dwelling on your selections for the action, or you may have missed it.
Jump racing takes place at Fakenham, where the admirable 13-year-old Occasionally Yours bids for two wins in a week in the opening selling hurdle. Southwell also hosts a fascinating novices' chase, in which any of the five could conceivably win, while for all-weather enthusiasts there are seven races to get stuck into at Lingfield.
All this takes place as we prepare for another excellent weekend of racing. So, despite the early sunsets, it is not all bad.
Southwell - first race 12.30pm
Good, good to soft in places (GoingStick 7.2 Tuesday 6.15)
Lingfield - 12.40pm
Fakenham - 12.50pm
Good to soft (GoingStick 6.4 Tuesday 8.45)
Southwell 12.30 Global Domination 9-2 (from 9-1)
Lingfield 12.40 Kassar 6-4 (from 15-8)
Southwell 3.00 Vado Forte 7-2 (from 6-1)
Fakenham 3.20 Mercian King 7-2 (from 6-1)
Lingfield 3.40 Ode To Glory 7-1 (from 10s)
What to back
Nick Watts has been on the lookout for the best bet for today. He thinks he has found it, so spare ten seconds to find out who he fancies...
What to read
After three days of top-quality action at Cheltenham, Stuart Riley has been through the horses to follow for the season ahead.
With the Betfair Chase coming up this weekend, David Jennings has dropped by to see trainer Jessica Harrington. Members can read all about it here.
And a film documenting the rise to prominence of Many Clouds has won an award at the Equus Film Festival in New York.
What to watch
It was a weekend full of excitement and intrigue. The Racing Postcast team look back at the action and ahead to the Betfair Chase...
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