The Lowdown: going updates, racecards, news and tips for today's racing
- BREAKING NEWS: Crystal Ocean, winner of the Group 1 Prince of Wales's Stakes, has been retired after suffering a leg injury during routine work on Thursday.
- QUEEN OF THE WORLD: Enable is officially the world’s greatest racehorse after soaring to the top of the list of the Longines World’s Best Racehorse Rankings for 2019.
- STAR STAYER: Read our preview as Stradivarius bids to extend his unbeaten run in the Magners Rose Doncaster Cup.
- DECLARATION DAY: Find out who has been declared for the second day of Irish Champions Weekend.
- GROUP 2-WINNING FILLIES: Re-live the action at Doncaster on Wednesday after Enbihaar won the Park Hill Stakes and Powerful Breeze landed the May Hill Stakes.
Doncaster (first race 2.10)
There is another bumper day of action at Doncaster as star stayer Stradivarius bids for his tenth win in a row. It is followed by a red-hot renewal of the Group 2 Wainwright Flying Childers Stakes, headed by A'Ali and Alligator Alley.
Going: Good to firm
SPOTLIGHT TIP: Alligator Alley (3.45 Doncaster)
Major improvement since dropped to 5f and he's now 2-3 at the trip, with both wins on fast ground. He did well to justify favouritism in a York Listed race last time and should have more to offer.
Going: Good to soft (good in places)
Going: Yielding, good in places (National Hunt); Soft, yielding in places (Flat)
Going: Good (good to firm in places)
Going: Good (good to firm in places
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KEITH MELROSE: Theglasgowwarrior 2.40 Doncaster
Flop last time can be put down to ground – he's never at his best on soft or heavy – and his second on the Shergar Cup card reads well.
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