Midweek delight as Yarmouth's eastern festival tops Tuesday bill
Racing loves its festivals, so having completed the St Leger festival at Doncaster we roll on to the eastern festival at Yarmouth this week.
The three days of action on the Norfolk coast offer races for horses of varying ability, but the 1m3½f handicap (3.05) features some intriguing contenders, none more so than the unbeaten High End.
Away from the track, the Anseanachai Cliste cobalt disciplinary hearing takes place at BHA headquarters in London, and the countdown continues to Ayr's William Hill Ayr Gold Cup festival at the weekend.
Redcar - first race 1.20pm
Soft (GoingStick 6.8 on Sunday at 7.45). Dry since Sunday morning
Chepstow - 1.40pm
Good to soft (GoingStick 6.9 at 6.00). Dry overnight
Yarmouth - 2pm
Soft (GoingStick 6.3 at 6.30). 4mm of rain overnight
Galway - 2.25pm
Soft (heavy in places)
Newcastle - 5.40pm
Yarmouth 2.00 Rule Of Honour 6-1 (from 8s)
Yarmouth 2.35 Lucifugous 7-1 (from 9s)
Redcar 2.55 Short Work 5-2 (from 4-1)
Yarmouth 3.05 Intellect 3-1 (from 4s)
Chepstow 4.20 Earthly 11-1 (from 20s)
Galway 5.10 Prospectus 4-1 (from 6s)
Newcastle 7.10 Finisher 4-1 (from 11-2)
Newcastle 7.40 Swiss Chocolate 8-1 (from 10s)
What's on today
Plenty, especially considering it is a Tuesday.
As well as the racing and the Anseanachai Cliste hearing, Zarak and Brametot are due to work to see if they can earn a place in the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe a week on Sunday.
Added to that, there is plenty of updates and news to look out for as we get closer to Ayr and Newbury at the weekend.
What to back
Dylan Hill, the sharp brain behind the Racing Post Weekender, gives his best bet for the day - and all in just ten seconds.
For subscribers, the tipping attack is led by Paul Kealy.
What to read
Criticism has been directed the way of Lingfield and Arena Racing Company after the weekend's Craig David concert. Get the thoughts of residents, councillors and trainers here.
And with Winter a possible member of Ballydoyle's assault on the Arc, three of our experts give their views on who Ryan Moore should ride at Chantilly.
What to watch
Presenter Derek Thompson is in the hotseat for our latest edition of Masterminded. . .
...or, if you would prefer, Lee Mottershead, Nick Watts, Tom Segal and Tom Nugent take part in the Racing Postcast.
The best of Racing Post Sport
The EFL Cup takes centre stage on Tuesday. Our experts have found the best bets for who they think may take the title.
Whoever Ryan Moore decides to ride, the prospect of a battalion of Ballydoyle runners lining up to take on Enable in the Arc is an exciting one. Perhaps Cracksman may even get the nod to go too. . .