There are no fewer than eight American race meetings to look forward to on Sunday, with the action starting at 17:40 UK time and running through until 02:55.
The opening meeting of the day takes place at Pimlico, with the Baltimore track hosting an eight-race card on both their turf and dirt tracks.
Their biggest race of the night is at 21:03, with seven runners set to go to post for an Allowance Optional Claiming contest.
Trainer Jamie Ness has two runners in the race and it’s his Super Dude (13/8) who looks likely to go off the favourite in this 1m 110y contest on the dirt.
Next stop on the evening is Florida for Gulfstream’s eight-race dirt card, which gets under way at 17:50 and concludes with the last at 21:48.
Saratoga is the third meeting of the meeting, with a bumper 10-race card at the New York track – beginning at 18:05 and concluding at 23:12.
The biggest prize is on offer in the penultimate race of the night (22:39), with $441,000 going to the winner of the Saratoga Oaks Invitational Stakes.
The Grade 3 contest sees eight runners battle it out over 1m 1f and 110y, with Rocky Sky (9/2) one to consider as she make her US debut following a win in Ireland at Navan back in April.
Woodbine is the fourth meeting on the slate, with a ten-race programme starting at at 18:10 and running until the closer at 22:51.
Kentucky is the next destination of the evening, with a mixed dirt-and-turf meeting at Ellis Park. There are nine races on their card, with the opener at 18:50 and the lucky last due off at 22:40.
Race 7 (21:40) is a 5f 110y sprint with 13 runners set to go to post, with the four-year-old Skinny Dip (SP) looking for a fourth win in five races.
There are two meetings in California on Sunday, with nine races at Golden Gate Fields (21:45-01:45) and a ten-race card at Del Mar (22:00-02:30).
The evening’s North American action concludes with the eight-race card at Mountaineer, which begins at 00:00 BST and concludes with the last race at 02:55.
Sky (SP) won on his first appearance at the West Virginia track last month and Shane Spiess will be hopeful that his charge can clinch top spot again in the 02:05 6f contest.