Yanworth takes centre stage for chasing debut at Exeter
All eyes will be on Exeter on Tuesday as Yanworth makes his debut over fences in the 2m1½f beginners' chase (4.50).
The top-class hurdler, who was sent off favourite for this year's Champion Hurdle, is the star name at the meeting, although there are plenty of other intriguing runners from big yards lining up.
Elsewhere, Yarmouth hosts its final fixture of the season, Newcastle is the scene of the launch of the new All-Weather Championships and there is also action from Kempton and Fairyhouse.
Yarmouth first race 1.30
Good to soft, good in places (7.0 on the GoingStick at 6.30am on Tuesday morning
Soft to heavy, heavy in places.
Good to soft, soft in places (5.9 on the chase course on the GoingStick at 2pm on Monday and 5.8 over hurdles). Distances: Race 3 -176yds. Race 6 -106yds.
Standard to slow.
1.40 Dyna Might 9-1 (from 14)
2.10 Burcan evens (from 5-4)
3.10 Lake Volta 5-2 (from 7-2)
3.40 Subhaan 10-11 (from 13-8)
4.40 Impart 7-1 (from 11)
5.10 Casterbridge 11-2 (from 12)
1.45 Stellar Eclipse 15-8 (from 5-2)
3.15 Truffles 7-1 (from 10)
3.45 Cadrelli 9-4 (from 100-30)
4.45 Aa Bee See 5-1 (from 7)
3.20 Vieux Lille 4-1 (from 11-2), Zephyros Bleu 8-1 (from 14)
5.20 Acey Milan 85-40 (from 11-4)
8.45 Sky Eagle 5-1 (from 7)
What to back
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What to read
With Yanworth making his debut over fences, we have spoken to his trainer Alan King about what we can expect at Exeter.
We have also chatted to trainer Mark Johnston, who reached the remarkable figure of 4,000 Flat winners at Pontefract on Monday.
And with the jumps season warming up, Charlie Longsdon is the latest trainer to open his door for the Stable Tour series (Members' Club).
What to watch
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