There are four cards to look forward to from the UK on Wednesday, while Leopardstown provides the entertainment from Ireland.
Newmarket’s meeting continues with seven races planned at HQ, where the going is good (good to firm in places). Racing starts at 13.15, and Amber Dew (9/1) looks the one to beat in the opener, with her dam winning her first three career starts.
Trainer Ralph Beckett has booked Ryan Moore for Wednesday’s race, and the two-year-old can get off to a winning start at a tasty price.
Betfred will pay up to three places in the 14:25, and Percy’s Lad has caught the eye so far and is one to shortlist at 11/2.
Newmarket’s meeting comes to a close at 16:45, where Jim Crowley will fancy his chances on board Mohaafeth (6/4).
Less than a month after the Festival, Cheltenham hosts another action-packed card this afternoon. There are seven races to look forward to, with the going good at Prestbury Park.
Betfred will pay four places in the 14:40 and in the 15:50, and Encore Champs (7/2) looks to be well handicapped in the latter. He made his debut for Dan Skelton in February, and the seven-year-old can go close over hurdles.
Cheltenham’s meeting concludes at 17:00, while Beverley’s meeting in East Yorkshire starts at 13:40.
The going is good to firm (good in places) for the eight-race meeting, with the final race starting at 17:40.
Wednesday’s evening meeting comes from Kempton, with the going standard/slow on the polytrack.
The card runs between 16:40 and 20:15, and Betfred have punters covered once again. Their “Extra Place” promotion is available in the 16:40, 19:15, 19:45 and in the finale at 20:15.
Punters looking for a big-priced winner may miss out in the last race, though, with favourite Gunnerside (5/4) looking like he could defy a penalty.
Leopardstown’s card will take place on good going, with eight races scheduled. The opening contest starts at 14:00, and punters can also grab extra places in the 15:10, 16:55 and 17:30 before the card comes to a close at 18:00.