The Lowdown: going updates, racecards, news and tips for today's racing
- LANDMARK REPORT:Stronger penalties for misuse of the whip, improved traceability for horses throughout their lifetime and a proactive campaigning approach to communication with the public are among 20 recommendations outlined in a landmark report into welfare in British racing.
- GOOD GROUND:A word in the going report that has become almost extinct in the face of Storms Ciara and Denniscould feature in thedescription for Kempton's big-race card on Saturday.
- BIG-RACE ENTRIES:The Cyrname camp will get a quick chance tomake amends for their superstar's defeat last weekend as Adrien Du Pont heads 14 horses declared for the £100,000 Betway Handicap Chase at Kempton this Saturday.
Warwick (first race 1.25)
The rescheduled Grade 2Jane Seymour Mares' Novices' Hurdle (3.00) represents a golden opportunity for some of the country's leading ladies in the division to earn some coveted black type. The gifted Phil Kirby-trained mare Desaray Girl bids for a four-timer. Read the full preview here.
GoingHeavy, soft in places (chase); heavy (hurdle)
SPOTLIGHT TIP: Dawson City (4.20)
Lingfield (AW) (1.50)
Dundalk (AW) (4.55)
Wolverhampton (AW) (5.15)
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Tom Collins' top tip
Improving sort who should not mind the conditions of this jumpers' bumper given his Flat pedigree. Still holds an entry in the Ballymore next month and can go there on the back of a win.
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