Latest ground and betting updates on a day with something of a seaside theme
Something of a seaside special afternoon with Yarmouth and Brighton in action and attracting the top players with Frankie Dettori, Jamie Spencer, champion Silvestre de Sousa, Gerald Mosse and Tom Queally among the jockeys at the east coast venue.
John Gosden bestrides both meetings, tempting Dettori for just one ride at Yarmouth on the much-tipped Derby entry Corelli while sending Rab Havlin to Brighton for the Newmarket trainer's only runner there Precious Ramotswe, who carries Cracksman's colours being owned by Anthony Oppenheimer.
Nottingham, spared an arranged inspection yesterday with improved weather, completes the afternoon action before three more meetings in the evening with two on the all-weather, at Newcastle and Kempton, plus Ballinrobe over jumps in Ireland.
Nottingham (first race 2.00)
Soft, good to soft in places. Racing on inner track
Stalls: 5f and 1m - centre, all others - inside
Soft, good to soft in places.
Stalls: straight - centre, round course - inside
Good to soft, good in places (between four furlongs and two furlongs).
Stalls: 1m2f and 1m4f outside, all others - inside
Newcastle (AW) (5.20)
Tapeta - standard
Stalls: straight course - centre, 1m2f - far side, 2m - inside
Soft to heavy, soft places
Kempton (AW) (5.45)
Polytrack - standard
Yarmouth 5.15 - Choral Music 5-2 (from 11-4)
Kempton 6.15 - On The Stage 9-2 (from 5-1)
Newcastle 7.25 - Toms Rock 9-4 (from 5-2)
What to back
In a hurry. Check out Tom Bull's top 10-second tip for Yarmouth today.
What to read
Industry editor Bill Barber has the inside track on Sky Sports Racing and its remaining targets after signing Chester and Bangor before it takes over from At The Races next year
Graham Dench whets the appetite for today's racing with four things to look out for both in England and France.
What to watch
Better than a Dr Who episode, check out this week's Postcast with a look back at last weekend plus a leap forward to Qipco Guineas weekend and some midweek thoughts thrown in for an unmissable edition hosted by Mark Storey and featuring Pricewise's Tom Segal and Nick Watts.
Industry editor Bill Barber assesses Sky Sports Racing's announcement that it has signed Chester and Bangor ahead of its launch next year.
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Complete the sequence. 2012, 2015 and ....? Yes 2018 is due to be the third title-winning year for trainer John Gosden. After Cracksman's Ganay show and Enable to come along with a host of lower Group-race performers surely the pricing is wrong of 11-4 compared to 2-7 for Aidan O'Brien, whose grip on the Classics does not look anywhere near as tight this year with Godolphin's reawakening. Yes the Derby can be pivotal but Gosden didn't need it in 2012 to triumph.
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