Going updates, market movers and key punting pointers
There is plenty for Flat fans to enjoy with Catterick, Musselburgh and Lingfield leading the way in the afternoon, while Worcester's evening meeting provides the only jumps action. Kempton and Bellewstown also stage racing on a busy evening.
Following a number of cancelled fixtures this summer due to very firm ground an inspection will take place at Bath to determine if racing can resume at the track.
There will also be news on the St Leger following the latest forfeit stage.
Catterick (first race: 2.00)
Good to firm
Good, good to firm in places
Good to soft, good in places (GoingStick: 6.2)
Standard to slow
3.10 Musselburgh Royal Brave (5-2 from 3-1)
5.10 Musselburgh Honey Gg (11-2 from 13-2)
2.20 Lingfield Valentino Sunrise (7-2 from 5-1)
4.20 Lingfield Ventura Gold 5-2 (from 3-1)
5.25 Lingfield Bamako Du Chatelet (5-1 from 13-2)
What to back
What to read
Runaway Galtres Stakes winner Lah Ti Dar looks likely to head to Longchamp for the Prix Vermeille instead of the St Leger, while James Doyle will attempt to reach minimum weight for Arc favourite Sea Of Class.
What to watch
John Gosden is in scintillating form at present, having enjoyed a stunning week at the Ebor meeting, and RPTV has put together a fact file of the master trainer.
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The colts could have a battle on their hands if Sea Of Class and Lah Ti Dar head to the Arc. Three-year-old fillies have a fantastic record in the contest and it remains to be seen if any colt could successfully give either of them weight.
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