Leicester takes centre stage as the action comes thick and fast
Four Flat meetings in Britain and one jumps card from Ireland make up the day’s action, with a bumper 38 races to get stuck into.
A quality field will line up for the latter, including last month’s Newbury winner Blakeney Point, who beat Saturday's Ascot Group 3 victor Danehill Kodiac on that occasion, and the unexposed Night Of Glory.
Catterick, Brighton and Newcastle complete the schedule in Britain, while in Ireland Poli Roi makes his eagerly awaited debut over hurdles in the opening 2m3f maiden (2.25) on Galway’s card.
Catterick - first race 1.30
Good to soft (Rail dolled out increasing distances as follows 6f & 7f races +six yards; 1m4f +18y; 2m +21y)
Leicester - 1.50
Soft (GoingStick 4.9) (There is a false rail from the top of the hill on the back straight all the way to the winning line. This has increased all the distances on the round course by approximately nine yards)
Brighton - 2.10
Good to soft (GoingStick 7.0) (Rail moved out wide between the 6f and 2½f marker. Adding seven yards to each distance)
Galway - 2.25
Yielding, yielding to soft in places (hurdles track)
Yielding to soft (chase track)
Newcastle - 5.25
2.35 Catterick Che Bella 9-2 (from 6-1)
4.10 Catterick First Quest 3-1 (from 7-2)
8.30 Newcastle Tiercel 3-1 (from 7-2)
What to back
It takes Nick Watts just ten seconds to reveal his best bet on Tuesday, check it out here.
What to read
Frankie Dettori and our very own Alastair Down reflect on the news that brilliant Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner Enable will stay in training next season, with a tilt at winning a second Arc top of her agenda.
The Tizzards have whet the appetite further, announcing that Grade 1-winning novice hurdler Finian's Oscar could make his debut over fences at Chepstow this weekend.
We also have all the latest news before Saturday's Future Champions meeting at Newmarket, with Emaraaty set to take his chance in the Group 1 Darley Dewhurst Stakes.
What to watch
Maddy Playle is joined Tom Segal, Mark Scully and Paddy Power's Paul Binfield as they discuss a possible clash between Enable and Winx, as well as previewing the weekend action.
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