Key info for the day as rain eases the going at some of the tracks
A busy day of action with the final day of Brighton's summer festival, a Listed contest from Tipperary and the only seller of the year at Newmarket.
That is just some of the delights on offer on Friday. There are four other meetings to look forward to and the countdown to the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup.
Overnight rain has eased the ground at some of the tracks, details of which can be found below.
Wolverhampton (first race at: 1.50)
Good to soft, soft in places (from good to soft, good in places)
Good, good to firm in places. R1, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 +7y
Sprint - good, good to firm in places; Round - good (from good to firm all over)
Good to soft, good in places (from good to firm). Rail movements: R4 +21y
Good to firm (GoingStick 8.9 at 6.30am). Rail movements: R1 +24y, R2, 3 & 4 +9y, R5 +48y
3.10 Musselburgh: Ravenhoe 6-1 (from 8)
5.00 Brighton: Impart 11-4 (from 10-3)
5.15 Musselburgh: Pantomime 11-2 (from 8)
7.55 Haydock: Paddy A 3-1 (from 4)
What to back
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What to read
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