Your guide to today's racing including going from all the tracks
You can't complain about not being able to watch live racing on Tuesday as there is something for everyone with Nottingham, Chelmsford, Ffos Las and Musselburgh offering a fine geographical spread, while Ballinrobe races in Ireland.
The evening meetings outweigh the afternoon fixtures, three to two, with Ffos Las and Musselburgh kicking off proceedings.
Make sure you check the going updates before placing a bet as the unpredictable weather of late may make you think twice about your selections.
Ffos Las - first race 2.00
Good to soft (GoingStick 6.7 on Tuesday at 6.30am)
Musselburgh - first race 2.15
Good to firm (GoingStick 7.6 on Tuesday at 6.45am)
The bottom bend has been dolled out by two yards adding seven yards to all races other than the 5f sprints; races one, two, four, five and six.
Nottingham - first race 5.50
Soft, good to soft in places (GoingStick 6.2 on Tuesday at 8am)
Outer track. Rail is set out two yards on the home bend adding six yards to races one, five, six and seven.
Chelmsford - first race 6.00
The track will be lightly power harrowed and gallop master finished to two inches for race day.
Ballinrobe - first race 5.40
5.30 The Daley Express 5-2 (from 3)
6.30 Amazing Alice 5-4 (from 15-8)
7.30 Important Mission 11-8 (from 2)
8.00 High End 6-4 (from 9-4)
6.20 Ginbar 8-15 (from 8-11)
6.50 Glacier Point 3-1 (from 4)
What's on today
It's only one day until the entries are released for the final British Classic of the season, the William Hill St Leger. It could be wise to wait until Wednesday to place your bets.
We'll also have the latest King George and Glorious Goodwood news.
What to back
Find our tipsters' best bets of the day here.
And here's Adam Maidment's top tip:
What to read
Enable was sent straight to the top of the market for Saturday's King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes after John Gosden suggested she would be making the trip to Ascot. Read about the decision here.
Racing is set to receive a £10 million injection in funding next year, while a record-breaking amount of fixtures are set to be scheduled. Read more here.
Michael Bell has the next couple of seasons planned out for his staying star Big Orange, starting with next week's Qatar Goodwood Cup. Read about his plans here.
What to watch
David Baxter looks forward to the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes on Saturday after the five-day declarations were released.
And get the lowdown on who our Postcast crew think will be winning at Goodwood.
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Read The Briefing from 8.30am daily on racingpost.com with all the day's latest going, weather, market moves and non-runner news