Following the abandonment of Haydock, there are four race meetings to look forward to across the UK and Ireland on Sunday afternoon.
The action starts at 1pm with a six-race card at Windsor, where the going is Good, Good to Soft in places for their flat meeting.
There are eight runners set to go to post for the British Stallion Studs EBF Restricted Novice Stakes at 1:30, where Taj Alola looks for back-to-back victories.
The Karl Burke-trained charge will face stiff competition though from Nasim, who made an eye-catching debut at Sandown last month, and can be backed at 13/2 to take the spoils.
The second UK meeting on Sunday takes place at Leicester, who host a seven-race card and the going is said to be Good at the Midlands track.
The 2:50 race is a 1m 4f Handicap contest, in which seven runners are set to go including Roger Varian’s three-year-old Praiano.
Having finished second in his last two starts at Doncaster and Carlisle, Praiano could go one better today and land a first victory and is available at 5/4.
Across the Irish Sea, the Curragh kicks off the action with an eight-race card – beginning at 1:25 and concluding with the lucky last at 5:10.
The biggest race of the day at the Curragh comes at 4:10, with 150,000 euros up for grabs for the winner of the Group 1 Keeneland Phoenix Stakes.
Go Bears Go is the likely favourite after a course and distance win here last month, while Dr Zempf is certainly a contender for Ger Lyons and is available at 3/1.
There are also seven races to look forward to at Downpatrick, with the going described as Yielding, yielding to soft in places ahead of the opener at 1:40.
Betfred are paying four places in the 14:40 Randox Health Handicap Hurdle, with 13 runners set to go over 2m 3f.