No lazy Sunday in the racing world as the action comes thick and fast
What sort of Sunday do you have lined up? A big breakfast to accompany RP Sunday before lazing around, perhaps?
Well, that could not be any more different to the 20 participants in the unique Velka Pardubicka in the Czech Republic. They will tackle huge fences and testing terrain as they seek victory in the country's most iconic race. Last year's winner Charme Look is back to defend his title.
Closer to home, jump racing dominates in terms of quantity but Navan hosts the Irish Cesarewitch and three Listed contests on the Flat.
Kelso - first race 1.35
Good, good to soft in places (GoingStick 7.0 at 16.00 on Saturday)
Limerick - 1.45
Navan - 2.00
Yielding to soft, yielding in places - (from yielding to soft)
Uttoxeter - 2.35
Soft (good to soft in places on hurdle course)
2.05 Kelso 8 Dance Of Fire 7-1 (from 10)
4.35 Uttoxeter 4 Audacious Plan 11-4 (from 9-2)
2.25 Uttoxeter: Choix de l'Amour (knocked joint)
3.05 Navan: Gordon Lord Byron (stone bruise)
4.35 Uttoxeter: A Tail Of Intrigue (lame)
5.15 Navan: Mandatorio (off feed), Vigil (lame), Abyssinian (temperature)
What to back
The Racing Postcast team assess the action across the courses and you can listen to what they fancy here...
What to read
Jimmy Fortune retired from the saddle on Saturday after a terrific career – and his colleagues were keen to pay tribute to the rider.
"A Group 1 finale for a Group 1 man" - Alastair Down watches Jimmy Fortune in action for the final time at Newmarket (Members' Club).
And, what are Royal Ascot-winning trainers scared of? Find out as Richard Spencer takes part in our Q&A.
What to watch
The jumps season is gradually hotting up. We visited Neil Mulholland and got an update on some of his stable stars...
The best of Racing Post Sport
Qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup in Russia take place on Sunday and our experts assess each fixture before giving you the best bets.
What does £310,000 buy you in the sport these days? Well, we will find out at Uttoxeter when Palmers Hill lines up in a 1m7½f maiden hurdle (2.55) on his debut for Jonjo O'Neill and JP McManus.