Racing fans can look forward to seven meetings on Tuesday with UK cards from Lingfield, Ayr, Fakenham, Southwell and Wolverhampton, while Irish fare comes from Gowran Park and Ballinrobe.
Lingfield stages eight races on their Polytrack from 12:30 to 16:15, while they have another octet over the jumps at Ayr between 13:15 and 17:10.
Both the 13:45 and the 14:55 carry Betfred’s Extra Place race and the latter looks a decent Handicap Hurdle in which 3/1 Roses Poses has something to prove after being pulled up on her last run at Catterick.
Her greatest challenge is likely to come from the Keith Dalgleish-trained 4/1 Sidi Ismael, who comes with a hardly penal 3lb rise on the back of his April win at Kelso.
Fakenham hosts six races from 14:10 to 16:55 with the 16:25 over three-miles-and-five-furlongs holding the Extra Place offer and Strictlyadancer holds claims at 9/2. However, there has been serious movement overnight on November course and distance winner Friends Don’t Ask who has joined Christian Williams’ charge on 9/2.
Southwell’s jumps meeting gets underway at 16:45 for eight races that conclude at 20:20. Look out for Alan King’s 9/2 Heart Of A Lion in the 18:50, while in the 19:50, respect is also due for 4/1 Ballycrystal who won on his last outing at Newcastle.
Finally in the UK, it’s more all-weather action from Wolverhampton with seven races from 17:30 to 20:30.
Over in Ireland, there are meetings at both Gowran Park and Ballinrobe with the former’s afternoon seven-race meet getting underway at 13:35 and carrying four Free Bet offers, including the closer at 16:50, a Handicap over a mile-and-six-furlongs.
Gavin Cromwell’s Duchess Ravenwaves is the 7/2 market leader despite a 12lb rise on the back of a March win at Navan and is likely to have to hold off the attentions of another winner in March at Navan, 6/1 All Class.
Evening Irish action comes in the shape of an eight-race offering over Ballinrobe’s jumps between 16:30 and 20:10. The 17:05 will again pay an Extra Place, as will the 19:40, a Handicap that looks set to be a three-way tussle. Last time winners Champagne Beauty and Optical Confusion are both 7/2, while The Echo Boy is 4/1 after recently finishing second to the former of those two horses at Wexford.