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Windsor: track stages a fascinating Listed sprint this evening
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It's not often we get to see a dual Group 1 winner on a Monday but we do today as high-class sprinter The Tin Man sprinkles some stardust on Windsor's evening fixture.

Last season's Diamond Jubilee winner bids to get back on track in the Listed Weatherbys Hamilton Leisure Stakes (7.45) against six rivals including Stewards' Cup scorer Lancelot Du Lac.

Three British contenders go in search of German 2,000 Guineas success with Zaman (Charlie Appleby), Fighting Irish (Harry Dunlop) and Fajjaj (Hugo Palmer) in action at Cologne and there are two Group races at Saint-Cloud.

Completing the domestic line-up, Redcar, Carlisle and Towcester stage afternoon fixtures with Leicester joining Windsor in the evening.

Going report

Redcar (first race 2.05)
Good to firm, watered (GoingStick: 8.8 at 8.00 on Saturday)

Carlisle (2.15)
Good to firm, watered (GoingStick: 8.3 at 6.30 on Monday)

Towcester (2.25)
Good to firm, good in places 

Leicester (6.00)
Good to firm, watered (GoingStick: 7.8 at 6.30 on Monday)

Windsor (6.15)
Good to firm, good in places, watered (GoingStick: 6.3 at 7.00 on Sunday)

Market movers

3.05 Redcar Displaying Amber 11-2 (from 7)
3.25 Towcester No Hiding Place 15-8 (from 5-2)
7.00 Leicester Dubai Empire 5-1 (from 11-2)

What to back

Richard Birch scours the form book to dig out three strong fancies for the day (members only) and our training centre and ratings experts are on hand to deliver their naps in the free-to-view Tips Box.

Maddy Playle delivers her best bet for the day in super-quick time . . .

What to read

The Queen Anne is still an option for Limato after connections blamed his Lockinge defeat on pollen. There are other weekend reflections in the Monday Jury (members only) as legendary rider Gerald Mosse joins our panel.

What to watch

Another busy week climaxes with Classic action at the Curragh and Aidan O'Brien gives you the lowdown on Irish 2,000 Guineas favourite Gustav Klimt . . . 

The best of Racing Post Sport

Kevin Pullein, aka the Soccer Boffin, has the final say on the football season in his Monday column. Also, find out which World Cup legend you are by taking our quiz.

Final thought 

Hugo Palmer is no stranger to big-race success in Germany having won the German 1,000 Guineas for the last two years with Unforgetable Filly and Hawksmoor. Can he crack the colts' version at the first attempt this afternoon with the Al Shaqab-owned Fajjaj?

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Three British contenders go in search of German 2,000 Guineas success at Cologne
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