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Key info from the tracks as Nicky Henderson bids to continue good form

Uttoxeter: one of four tracks to race on Monday
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Ayr, Plumpton and Uttoxeter are the three jumps fixtures today in Britain, while Wolverhampton provides the evening fare with a six-race card starting at 5.25.

Champion trainer Nicky Henderson, who saddled four winners at Kempton on Saturday, runs Flat recruit The Cashel Man in the novice hurdle at Uttoxeter (3.10), where he bids to go one better than his second last time out at Kempton, and Pentland Hills, another who holds useful form on the Flat, at Plumpton.

Going report

Ayr (first race at: 1.50)
Good to soft (GoingStick - Chase 6.9, Hurdle 6.8 on Monday at 7.05am). Rail movements: 1.50 & 4.25 +81yds, 2.20 & 5.00 +54yds, 2.50 +108yds, 3.20 +120yds, 3.55 +90yds

Plumpton (2.00)
Good (from good, good to soft in places). Rail movements: 2.00 & 5.10 +126yds, 2.30 +42yds, 3.00 & 3.30 +96yds, 4.05 +63yds and 4.40 +159yds

Uttoxeter (2.10)
Good (GoingStick 7.2 on Sunday at 6.15am). Rail movements: 2.10 +33yds, 3.10 & 3.45 +66yds and 4.50 +49yds 

Wolverhampton (5.25)

Market movers

3.10 Uttoxeter The Cashel Man 8-11 (from 4-5)
3.30 Plumpton Desiremoi D'Authie 4-1 (from 5)
4.50 Uttoxeter L'Chamise 7-2 (from 5)
5.55 Wolverhampton Warrior's Valley 7-2 (from 9-2)

What to back

Richard Birch has picked out three horses he fancies to go well in the afternoon's cards. Members can find out who and why here.

Our regional experts have also picked out their biggest fancies of the day in the free-to-view Tips Box.

What to read

Baywing's owners told how they were reduced to tears when they learned of the staying chaser's fatal injury at Newcastle on Saturday.

Rebel Racing and Richard Spencer got a knockout win after Tyson Fury agreed to have a horse named in his honour.

What to watch

We take you behind the scenes as 'Cross Country King' Enda Bolger prepares for Cheltenham

The best of Racing Post Sport

It's the east Midlands derby in the Championship as Nottingham Forest host Derby, and you can read Matthew Ireland's preview of the match here.

Final thought 

The countdown to Cheltenham is very much on but we undoubtedly saw some very interesting contenders for the festival over the weekend. The manner of Fusil Raffles's victory in the Adonis was certainly eyecatching – let's hope the cut he sustained in the race is not serious. 

For the freshest betting advice, based on latest going and market conditions, don't miss the Live Tipster every afternoon. Just click Raceday Live at or the mobile app


Flat recruit The Cashel Man bids to go one better than his second last time out at Kempton
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