Going news, market movers and punting pointers for the day's two cards
With a blank day in Ireland to help ease the workload of stable staff, it is a rather quiet Sunday on the racing front. But it is not a day without quality.
The Nottinghamshire Oaks takes place at – you've guessed it – Nottingham and while it doesn't look a high quality Listed race it is a competitive one and should make for a decent betting heat.
Racing also takes place at Goodwood, where there is always at least a sprinkling of quality on offer. Tamreer created a good impression when successful on debut and it will be interesting to see if he can bolster that positive view in the novice stakes (4.55).
Nottingham - first race 1.45
Good, good to firm in places
Goodwood - 2.00
Good to firm, good in places - watering (GoingStick: 7.2 on Friday at 09:45)
1.45 Nottingham - Moveonup 4-1 (from 9-2)
2.00 Goodwood - Ateem 9-1 (from 10)
2.55 Nottingham - Starboy 8-1 (from 9)
3.10 Goodwood - Ever Rock 8-1 (from 10)
3.45 Goodwood Mancini 11-2 (from 6)
5.15 Nottingham - Lungarno Palace 8-1 (from 10)
What to back
It only takes Sam Lawrie ten seconds to deliver his best bet at Goodwood on Sunday
What to read
Overnight Justify became just the 13th horse in history to complete the Triple Crown in America with an impressive victory in the Belmont Stakes.
There was a stunning victory for Baie Des Iles at Auteuil on Saturday. Read how the mare trained by Ross O'Sullivan and Katie Walsh added her name to an exclusive club.
Members can enjoy a big interview with the legendary Sir Michael Stoute, who needs one more victory to become the winningmost trainer at Royal Ascot.
What to watch
With the World Cup on the horizon, clear your Sunday schedule for an hour and get some betting gems from ace tipsters Mark Langdon and Dan Childs.
The best of Racing Post Sport
It's the French open final on Sunday and tennis expert Adrian Humphries is not in a hurry to oppose perennial champion Rafa Nadal.
Members can carry on enjoying the mammoth World Cup guide, packed full of tips and expert views to make your tournament a winning one.
American Pharoah may have achieved the Triple Crown relatively recently (2015) but that does not diminish the achievement of Justify. He is only the second to achieve the feat since 1978 and the first to do it without having raced at two, a remarkable racehorse.
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