Start St Leger week with the latest going news and market movers
Irish Champions Weekend might have delighted, but meetings at Perth and Newton Abbot - plus the autumnal weather - means the core jumps season isn't far away.
However, it's William Hill St Leger week, so leave your Altiors, Douvans and Sizing Johns for a moment.
There is a Flat racing card at Brighton, while Listowel stages a mixed meeting.
Perth - first race 2.05
Good to soft (Going Stick 7.4)
The Rails have been moved out 6 yards on all bends Race 1 - 2m 96yds 49 yards added Race 2 - 3m 31yds 70 yards added Race 3 - 3m 57yds 70 yards added Race 4 - 2m 4f 80yds 60 yards added Race 5 - 2m 4f 80yds 60 yards added Race 6 - 3m 31yds 70 yards added Race 7 - 2m 96yds 49 yards added.
Newton Abbot - 2.15
Good to soft, soft in places (GoingStick 6.1)
Chase bends moved out between 5 & 11 yards. Hurdle bends moved out between 6 & 16 yards, affects distances as follows: Races 1 & 5 adds approx 108 yards Race 2 adds approx 74 yards Race 3 adds approx 165 yards Race 4 adds approx 88 yards Race 6 adds approx 96 yards
Brighton - 2.25
Good to soft, soft in places (GoingStick 7.0)
Listowel - 2.30
3.05 Perth: Pikarnia into 3-1 (from 4)
4.25 Brighton: Av A Word into 7-2 (from 9-2)
What's on today
Expect fallout from Irish Champions Weekend and the St Leger picture could become clearer as there is a forfeit stage at noon.
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Irish Champions Weekend and Harry Angel lighting up Haydock are memories that should not be forgotten quickly and unlike some other weekends recently, there is some stellar stuff to back it up with the St Leger - the world's oldest Classic - taking centre stage at Doncaster on Saturday.