There are four cards to look forward to in the UK on Wednesday, while the Irish racing comes from Dundalk in what promises to be a busy day of action.
The opening card comes from Warwick, where the going is good to soft for their seven-race meeting.
Betfred will pay an extra place in the 14:40, while the racing comes to a close at 15:50, where Harry and Dan Skelton are hoping they can land another winner with Authorized Pursuit (3/1 to win).
Ffos Las’ card opens with the Walters Maiden Hurdle at 12:30, with the going heavy at the Welsh track.
Nada To Prada is well fancied for the opener at 8/13, with Just No Risk (10/3) the main-market rival.
In the 13:05, Betfred will pay an extra place while the card at Ffos Las comes to a close at 16:00 after the seventh race of the day.
Hexham’s card starts a little later at 12:45, and the going is soft (heavy in places) at the Northumberland venue.
There are six races scheduled for Wednesday and Betfred will pay an extra place in the final contest at 15:40.
The final UK card on Wednesday comes from Kempton where the going is standard/slow on the polytrack for a bumper nine-race meeting.
Libertine Belle (7/2) has not won in three outings, but connections are confident of an improvement after two decent performances of late, and the two-year-old could win the opener at 16:25.
Kempton’s card finishes at 20:30, with Betfred paying four places in the finale.
Dundalk’s meeting commences at 13:50 on Wednesday afternoon with the going standard on the polytrack.
Betfred will pay extra places in the 14:25, 15:35, 16:10 and the final contest at 17:40.