What you need to know to start your day including going from all the tracks
It is all eyes on Ireland today, and not just because of their cumbersome handling of a certain disciplinary issue.
There is the Group 3 Fairy Bridge Stakes and Listed Abergwaun Stakes at Tipperary in the evening, while Bellewstown also hosts jumps action at the same time.
In Britain, Musselburgh's eight-race card provides plenty for punters to get their teeth into, including a feature 7f fillies' handicap with Peach Melba, who is on a four-timer for Mark Johnston.
Chelmsford - first race 1.20
Musselburgh - first race 1.30
Good to firm (7.1 on the GoingStick at 6.30am on Thursday)
Bath - first race 1.40
Good to firm (8.8 on the GoingStick at 7.30am on Thursday)
Bellewstown - first race 4.15
Tipperary - first race 4.25
Sedgefield - first race 4.30
Wolverhampton - first race 5.40
1.30 Debawtry 4-6 (from evens)
3.30 Bonnie Arlene 5-2 (from 4)
4.50 Nelsons Touch 7-1 (from 11)
What's on today
Hayley Turner starts her new career in France, riding under the female weight allowance that caused so much controversy when it was introduced earlier this year.
In Germany, there is Group 2 action in the Oettingen-Rennen at Baden-Baden.
What to back
For members, Paul Kealy is our lead tipster.
What to read
The Davy Russell saga rolls on and, according to Richard Forristal, it is down to the Turf Club that we have reached this point.
You can also check out the latest update on Crystal Ocean, the Sir Michael Stoute-trained colt who is all the rage for the St Leger.
What to watch
Check out Satono Diamond, Japan's latest Arc hope, galloping at Chantilly.
The best of Racing Post Sport
There are World Cup qualifiers coming up and Thursday offers the first of them, including a cracker between Holland and France.
There is also the Czech Masters, for which we have picked out a series of bets.
Finally, Bruce Millington reflects on a wonderful test match between England and the West Indies.
Whatever your views on the Davy Russell situation, there can be little doubt that the Turf Club will now come out of it looking worse than they need have done. A four-day turnaround from decision to u-turn would beat that of even the most discordant political party.