Racing fans have plenty to sink their teeth into on Saturday afternoon with racing to come from seven British tracks, while Naas and Cork provide the entertainment in Ireland.

Saturday’s action starts at Lingfield, where the going is good to soft, with seven places scheduled between 13:05 and 16:35.

Nottingham’s seven-race meeting soon follows, with the card starting at 13:15 and coming to a close at 16:40. The going is good to soft (soft in places), and Betfred will pay four places in the Watch on Racing TV Handicap at 15:30. Mick Appleby’s Army Of One (11/2) made a decent impression on her last run and could land the spoils this afternoon.

Ten minutes after Nottingham’s card gets underway, Haydock’s meeting commences, where the going is good to soft (soft in places).

Racing starts at 13:25, and Betfred will pay four places in the opener, with the card mixed at Haydock, with flat and jumps racing to come. The 15:10 is also covered by Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion, while the 17:35 brings the card to a close.

Ascot’s seven-race flat meeting comes next with the going soft for a 13:55 start. Both races at 15:40 and 16:50 are covered by Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion, and Hugo Palmer’s Acquitted (13/2) looks the one to beat after finishing second at Doncaster in March.

Ascot’s card comes to a close at 17:25, with seven runners set to compete in a handicap contest.

There is also racing to come from Northumberland’s famous Hexham track, where the going is soft (good to soft in places), with the card set to run between 14:10 and 17:40, while Betfred will pay four places in the J S Hubbuck Memorial Handicap Hurdle at 15:20.

Warwick’s seven-race meeting will take place on soft ground, with racing planned between 17:12 and 20:20. Thirsk’s meeting is the final card in Britain on Saturday, and the going is good to soft at the North Yorkshire track.

The 17:30 is the first race on the card, while Betfred will pay five places in the next contest at 18:05. Roger Fell’s Ustath (8/1) arrives in good form, and he could take some stopping from the front.

Racing in Ireland starts at 13:00, with Naas’ nine-race meeting getting underway on yielding to soft ground. The card comes to a close at 17:00, a race Betfred will pay five places in.

Cork’s meeting starts 20 minutes later, with eight races to come between 13:20 and 17:45, with the 16:10 and 16:45 covered by Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion.

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