The Lowdown: going updates, racecards and tips for today's racing
- IMPRESSIVE WINNER: Cheltenham Gold Cup hopeful Lostintranslation made astylish seasonal return when winning the Colin Parker Memorial Chase at Carlisle on Sunday.
- STAR STAYER: Paisley Park hasNewbury's Long Distance Hurdle on November 29 pencilled in for his comeback.
- TOP PROSPECT: Andrew Balding is excited to take on Pinatubo with Friday'sVertem Futurity Trophy winner Kameko next season.
- LISTED ACTION: Kempton stages the ListedMatchbook Floodlit Stakes on Monday so make sure to read thepreview of the big race.
Plumpton(first race 1.10)
The 2m4½f handicap hurdle is the feature event on the seven-race card, with the well regardedDan McGrue expected to head the betting. Elsewhere on the card, talented bumper performer Fuseau makes his debut over hurdles.
GoingHeavy, soft in places (from soft, heavy in places).Rail movements: 2.10 +180yds and 3.10 +120yds
SPOTLIGHT TIP:Sir Egbert (3.40)
Going Standard to slow
Going Good.Rail movements: 1.50 +112yds, 2.20 & 4.20 +62yds, 2.50 +66yds, 3.20 +42yds and 3.50 +74yds
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Paul Kealy'stop tip
Not Never2.40 Plumpton
Chase winner most recently but good strike-rate over hurdles and has won last two starts here.
Gavin Beech will be providing his best bets throughout the day on Raceday Live.
Gary Moore is strongly represented at Plumpton on Monday and he spoke to RPTV about some of his leading horses for the season.
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