What you need to know for a super day's racing in Britain and Ireland
It's Sunday, a sleepy day of action after Saturday's highlights, right? Wrong.
Today's racing is crammed with intrigue. The ultra-talented but quirky (or just misunderstood?) Might Bite is the headline act at Sandown, and at Navan there is a trio of graded races featuring, among others, last season's David Nicholson winner Apple's Jade.
If that wasn't enough there's also a jumps card at Ffos Las to keep you entertained.
Navan (First race 12.35)
Soft to heavy (heavy in places)
Good to soft (soft in places) (GoingStick 6.2 chase, 6.5 hurdles Saturday 9.30)
Ffos Las (1.00)
Soft (heavy in places) (5.9 Sunday 6.30)
Sandown 12.45 Bastien 10-3 (from 6-1)
Ffos Las 1.30 Billy Bronco 10-3 (from 6-1)
Navan 2.10 Clarcam 3-1 (from 6s)
Sandown 2.20 As De Mee 9-1 (from 11s)
Sandown 3.30 Houblon Des Obeaux 9-2 (from 7-1)
What to back
Tom Segal gets stuck into the Navan and Sandown cards, and members can find his tips here.
There is also plenty of fancies to be found in the Tips Box.
What to read
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Cathal Gahan thinks he's found a winner at Navan, and dispenses the information in just ten seconds.
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