The Lowdown: going updates, racecards, news and tips for today's racing
- MOUTHWATERING CLASH: Altior and Cyrname, the two highest-rated chasers in Britain, were among the five-day entries for Saturday's Grade 2 Christy 1965 Chase at Ascot in a potential race for the ages.
- HAT-TRICK BID: Nigel Twiston-Davies on Monday said "talk is cheap" when arguing that Lostintranslation has it all to prove against his hat-trick-seeking Bristol De Mai in the Betfair Chase on Saturday.
- PACKING IN: Noel Wilson has become the latest trainer forced to quit for financial reasons and warned that he will not be the last.
Fairyhouse (first race 12.35)
Once an ante-post favourite for the Supreme Novices' Hurdle, Annamix is unlikely to hit such heights in top-class company but he has looked above average in two hurdling starts for Mullins. He continues his development against four previous winners in the 2m4½f novice hurdle (1.35). Read the full preview here.
Going Soft to heavy
Going Heavy, soft in places. Standard to slow on all-weather
Rail movement; Races 2 & 3 +4 yards, R4 +16 yds, R5 & 7+8yds
R6 +20 yds
SPOTLIGHT TIP: Barntown (2.30)
Going Good, good to soft in places
Rail movement; Race 1 +170 yards, R2 and 4 +258 yds, R3 +136 yds, R5 +172 yds, R6 +213 yds
Kempton (AW) (1.20)
Going Standard to slow
Chelmsford (AW) (4.15)
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Paul Kealy's top tip
Didn't really go on from easy win here in spring, but returned after a break with fine effort at Kempton and should go close if building on that.
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