Midweek magic from across the globe along with betting and going news
Midweek delights from four - yes four - countries on Wednesday as we get ever closer to Longines Irish Champions Weekend.
Having ridden five winners at the opening Sha Tin meeting of the new Hong Kong season, Joao Moreira will be bidding to sprinkle some more magic around the tight inner city course at Happy Valley.
Domestically, there is action from Lingfield, Southwell and Kempton in England, Chepstow in Wales and Gowran Park in Ireland. Plenty to keep you occupied then.
Chepstow - first race 2.10pm
Good to soft (GoingStick 7.0 on Wednesday at 6.00am)
Gowran - 4.35pm
Kempton - 5.20pm
Standard to slow
Lingfield - 1.50pm
Good to soft (GoingStick 7.3 on Wednesday at 6.30am)
Southwell - 2.00pm
Good (GoingStick 7.6 on Wednesday at 6.30am)
Southwell 3.30 Doubly Clever 4-1 (from 11-2)
Chepstow 4.40 Sparte Quercus 7-2 (from 4-1)
Kempton 8.25 Royal Reserve 11-4 (from 4-1)
What's on today
We have all the latest on the runners as we countdown to a spectacular weekend of racing in Ireland.
An update from the Satono Diamond team is expected with the Arc trials card taking place at Chantilly on Sunday, while there will also be entries and weights revealed from big autumn races at Newmarket.
What to back
With racing up and down the country the best place to head is to Tips Box, where you can get top advice from our local reporters.
If you need something quick then Ten Second Tip is your thing. Nick Watts is in the hotseat today.
What to read
Michael Holding, the West Indies cricketing legend, speaks to Steve Dennis about his love of horseracing (Members' Club).
With the Irish Champion Stakes coming up on Saturday, we relive Snow Fairy's brilliant win under Frankie Dettori in 2012.
And can Beckford strike at the highest level on the Flat for top jumps trainer Gordon Elliott? He gives his view here.
What to watch
Top trainer Clive Cox has given us an update on some of his big names for the autumn, starting with 32Red Sprint Cup favourite Harry Angel...
...And Cox also had the latest on his Queen Mary winner Heartache.
The best of Racing Post Sport
The US Open tennis moves into day ten and our experts give the best advice on the action.
Jamie Spencer has been in fine form in recent days, in particular at Windsor on Monday. The jockey makes the long trip from Newmarket to Chepstow for two rides this afternoon and it could be worth paying attention.