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Thursday, 18 October, 2018

Focus turning to jumps but it's Nottingham and Salisbury for Flat fans

Bangor: card starts at 2.10
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Leaves are falling and the attention is slowly turning to jumps racing, but Flat fans can focus on Nottingham and Salisbury for their kicks.

Nottingham hosts two £25,000 handicaps plus a £20,000 nursery, while Thechildren'strust - a 100-1 winner at Glorious Goodwood and a horse trainer Gary Moore thinks plenty of - returns at Salisbury.

There is also a Flat card at Naas and all-weather action from Kempton, while Bangor has a jumps fixture.


Going report

Nottingham - first race 1.50
Good to soft, soft in places (No GoingStick reading available)

Salisbury - 2.00
Heavy (GoingStick 4.8 at 1.45pm on Tuesday)

Naas - 2.05
Yielding, yielding to soft in places

Bangor - 2.10
Good to soft (GoingStick 6.4 at 6am on Wednesday)

Kempton - 5.40
Standard to slow 


Market movers

1.50 Nottingham: Charnock Richard 4-1 (from 5)

3.05 Salisbury: Mr Top Hat 9-1 (from 11)

3.35 Salisbury: Amood 9-2 (from 6)

7.10 Kempton: Dragon Mountain 11-2 (from 6) and Future Score 8-1 (from 9)


What to back

Graeme Rodway has the best bets for the British racing, while Richard Forristal is on hand with the Irish advice.

Nick Watts has the ten-second tip . . .


What to read

Bridget Andrews created headlines for the wrong reasons at Southwell on Tuesday, while Scott Burton asks if France can bounce back from their heavy reverse on Arc day at Chantilly. 

Sticking with the Arc, Julian Muscat ponders why the Enable story needs more chapters to truly become a public fairytale.


What to watch

Find out what's coming up in Wednesday's Weekender . . .

and hear from breeder Mark Weinfeld on a big sale at Tattersalls . . .


The best of Racing Post Sport

Gareth Bale's injury blow is bad news for Wales and Steve Palmer chips in with the standout punts for the Dunhill Links.


Final thought 

It was money, money, money at Tattersalls on Tuesday and expect more of the same on Wednesday. 

Thechildren'strust - a 100-1 winner at Glorious Goodwood and a horse trainer Gary Moore thinks plenty of - returns at Salisbury
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