Potential on and off the course on what should be a terrific Tuesday
Fireworks on and off the track in the racing world today with some intriguing action and the first day of the sales at Tattersalls.
On the racing side of things Death Duty is the one to watch out for. The Gordon Elliott-trained six-year-old makes his debut over fences at Tipperary (3.50) and it is sure to have ramifications on the betting for plenty of big races in the future.
Away from the course, plenty of attention will be paid to what is going on at the sales in Newmarket. Blue-blooded babies will be on parade and they will be costing their new owners a pretty penny.
Sedgefield - first race 2pm
Good, good to soft in places on the chase course. Shared bends. Allowing for rail positions on bends, approximate race distances are: Races 1 and 2: 2m3f149yds; Race 3: 2m97yds; Races 4 and 6: 2m145yds; Race 5: 2m3f88yds
Tipperary - 2.10pm
Soft to heavy
Ayr - 2.20pm
Soft, heavy in places (GoingStick 6.2 on Tuesday at 06:45am). Rail set up on hurdle track.
Southwell - 2.40pm
Good (GoingStick 7.6 on Tuesday at 06:15am).
Dundalk - 5.20pm
Kempton - 5.40pm
Standard to slow
Ayr 3.25 Wor Lass 4-1 (from 11-2)
Sedgefield 3.35 Western Miller 7-4 (from 2-1)
Southwell 6.00 Chilly Miss 4-1 (from 11-2)
Dundalk 7.55 Alaykha 13-8 (from 2-1)
Kempton 9.10 Free Forum 7-2 (from 9-2)
What to back
Our regional experts have their best bets for today's action in Tips Box.
Or, if you prefer, you can find out who Danny Hayes fancies in his Ten Second Tip...
What to read
There will be no return to training for Philip Fenton, whose three-year ban from racing ends next month.
And, with Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling sale starting today, our team preview the week ahead.
What to watch
The Racing Postcast is all you need. Maddy Playle hosts the topical chat with Tom Segal, James Hill and Paul Binfield from Paddy Power.
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