Key info for the day as National hero Davy Russell rides at Tramore
You would have thought after the crescendo of the Grand National following three days at Aintree, race planners might have made today relaxing with just one or two meetings.
No chance of that with five meetings and four of them over jumps including two in Ireland, where the National hero Tiger Roll makes a triumphant return to meet his fans in the village of Summerhill near Gordon Elliott's stables in County Meath at 2pm.
Winning jockey Davy Russell has more pressing matters with five rides at Tramore, including two for the National team of Giggingstown and Gordon Elliott.
Tramore - first race 1.50
Cork - 2.00
Ffos Las - 2.05
Soft, heavy in places (from heavy, soft in places). R1 & 3 +82y, R2 & 7 +55y, R4 & 6 +110y, R5 +96y
Plumpton - 2.15
Good to soft, good in places (from good to soft, soft in places). Rail movements: R1 +3y, R2 & 6 +54y, R3 & 7 -6y, R4 +81y
Newcastle - 2.25
Jumps course - Heavy; All-Weather course - Standard. Hurdles 3 and 7 will be omitted and Hurdle 4 will be bypassed for all hurdle races. Fence 4 will be omitted for all chases
1.50 Tramore: The Bread Winner 4-1 (from 5)
2.05 Ffos Las: Oxwich Bay 11-4 (from 3)
3.05 Cork: Shifted Strategy 3-1 (from 7-2)
3.55 Plumpton: Indian Castle 4-1 (from 9-2)
What to back
Are you one of those punters on a roll after the Grand National? Tom Segal leads the tipping team on another busy day, backed up by our experts in Tips Box. The popular Signposts Sweetspots has three high-profile pointers.
What to read
Plenty of Aintree reaction but with the Flat season set to take over next week with Classic trials at Newmarket and Newbury, catch up with the Leopardstown trials that saw two of Aidan O'Brien's heavyweights put their case.
Read Graham Dench's post-race catch-up with Bryony Frost after her fifth finish in the Grand National on her first ride in the race.
RP Sunday is packed with its usual good reads but also check out David Carr's review of some of the books and booklets full of this season's preview of the Flat.
What to watch
If you want to relive Saturday at Aintree, watch this RPTV highlights package.
And if you need a reminder here are the highlight packages from Thursday and Friday to complete your Aintree album.
The best of Racing Post Sport
Bruce Millington and the sports team preview today's football action in the Postcast.
Mark Langdon also puts his view on the Manchester United v West Brom match.
The Indian Premier League has got off to an explosive start and cricket expert Matthew Ireland previews two more dynamite duels today.
Gordon Elliott has got the better of Willie Mullins in the Irish and English Grand National so can he make it three 'wins' in a row with a first trainers' title at the end of the month?
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