The Lowdown: going updates, racecards, news and tips for today's racing
- CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Racegoers are being told to stay away from the Cheltenham Festival if they are experiencing any of the symptoms associated with coronavirus.
- CLASSY CHACUN: Willie Mullins remains hopeful Chacun Pour Soi is up to the task of the hotly-anticipated Champion Chase. He faces Altior and Defi Du Seuil in Wednesday's race.
- SHEEN OUT: Jessica Harrington's Pertemps hope Silver Sheen, who was last seen winning at Warwick, will miss the Cheltenham Festival after sustaining a leg injury.
- EMPTY GRANDSTANDS: Meydan's Super Saturday, the second biggest meeting in Dubai at the end of March, is set to take place behind closed doors due to coronavirus.
Ffos Las (first race 2.15)
The Welsh venue hosts a six-race card in testing conditions, with the Phil Bessant Limited Chartered Management Accounts Handicap Chase (3.55) ranking the feature event. Read the preview here.
Distances: 2.15 and 4.30 +209yds; 2.50 and 5.00 +85yds; 3.25 +146yds; 3.55 +114yds.
SPOTLIGHT TIP: Pres (3.55)
Chelmsford (AW) (2.00)
Dundalk (AW) (5.15)
Wolverhampton (AW) (5.30)
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Tom Collins' top tip
Havana Rocket (4.45 Chelmsford)
Unexposed four-year-old from the in-form Andrew Balding yard. Won well on all-weather debut in January last year before being beaten by two well-handicapped rivals at Wolverhampton. Open to serious improvement and leniently treated off a mark of 81.
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