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Sunday, 18 November, 2018

All you need to know to start your day including going from all the tracks

Musselburgh: this afternoon's card starts at 2.00
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It's a week on from the wonders of York and while we might not see stars such as Ulysses and Enable, there is still plenty to get stuck into.

The afternoon Flat meetings come from Lingfield, Catterick and Musselburgh, while Bellewstown and Worcester host twilight fixtures and Kempton's all-weather card starts under the floodlights at 5.55.

Going report

Lingfield - 1.40 first race
Good to firm, good in places (GoingStick 8.3 on Wednesday at 6.30am)

Catterick - 1.50
Good, good to firm in places (GoingStick 8.3 on Wednesday at 8.45am)
Bend into home straight dolled out four yards and parade ring bend dolled out six yards, increasing distances as follows: race 2 + 12yds; race 3 +30yds; race 4 +12yds; race 5 +12yds; race 6 +18yds

Musselburgh - 2.00
Good, good to firm in places (GoingStick 7.0 on Wednesday at 6.30am)

Bellewstown - 4.15
Good

Worcester - 4.35
Good, good to firm in places (GoingStick 7.0 on Wednesday at 6.00am)

Kempton - 5.55
Standard to slow


Market movers

2.20 Catterick Nuns Walk 100-30 (from 4)

2.40 Lingfield Teppal 6-4 (from 2)

3.50 Catterick Searanger 7-2 (from 5)

8.25 Kempton Percys Word 11-4 (from 7-2)


What's on today

We'll have more news of another major jumps star, the latest on Japan's Arc hope Satono Diamond and a look ahead to Thursday's action.

What to back

Dave Orton steers the tipping ship, while David Jennings has the View From Ireland. Graeme Rodway also offers his punting pearls and has the bankers and blowouts.

What to read

Get the latest on Thistlecrack here and see what the RSPCA makes of the Davy Russell incident.

Julian Muscat has his say on the weight-for-age scale and Alan Sweetman provides the latest takeouts from Ireland.

What to watch

Nick Watts has the ten-second tip ...

Cartmel's departing MD gets a soaking ...

 ... and find out what's coming up in the Weekender ...


The best of Racing Post Sport

The latest on Alexis Sanchez's future at Arsenal, plus Steve Palmer has the best bets for the Czech Masters and Joe Champion serves up the ace bets for the US Open tennis.

Final thought 

It might feel like we're in the middle of a low-key week, but it won't be long before we're talking Sprint Cup, Irish Champions Weekend and the St Leger, and that's before we get on to the Arc.  

Steve Palmer has the best bets for the Czech Masters and Joe Champion serves up the ace bets for the US Open tennis
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