Sandown heads five meetings with Kingman half-brother on show
If you don't have to work today, go racing. There are a number of future stars on show at Sandown with the likes of impressive debut winner Il Primo Sole taking on the unbeaten Godolphin-owned Last Voyage in the conditions stakes (2.35), while there's a Frankel juvenile on show.
He's not just any old offspring of Frankel, he's also a half-brother to Kingman. Of course Khalid Abdullah owns the John Gosden-trained colt, named First Eleven, and connections will hope the fantastic family genes have passed down in the family so he can fend off his eleven rivals – there's a football joke in there somewhere!
Sandown - first race 1.30
Good, good to soft in places. GoingStick: Round 7.0; Sprint 6.8 on Wednesday at 7.30am). Round course on inner configuration with distances as advertised.
Beverley - 1.50
Soft, good to soft in places
Yarmouth - 2.10
Soft. GoingStick 6.5 on Tuesday at 6.30am
Kelso - 4.30
Good. GoingStick 7.1 on Wednesday at 6.30am. Chase and hurdle bends four yards out from innermost position.
Sandown 2.00 Falcon Eye 4-1 (from 5-1)
Beverley 4.00 Dirchill 3-1 (from 11-2)
Sandown 4.15 Rakes Progress 9-2 (from 6-1)
Yarmouth 4.25 Rotherwick 13-8 (from 2-1)
What's on today
Aside from the exciting action at Sandown, there's racing on the Flat from Beverley, Yarmouth and across the Irish Sea at Fairyhouse, while Kelso host the lone evening meeting over jumps.
Paul Hanagan also returns to action at Beverley with four rides after having to sit Tuesday out after reacting badly to a wasp sting.
What to back
Nick Watts' best bet comes in the four-runner conditions affair at Sandown.
Plus our tipping team have been studying hard and chosen these runners as their bets for the day.
What to read
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