There are seven meetings for UK and Irish racing fans to look forward to on Tuesday, with a total of 49 races on the agenda.
Southwell starts things off at 13:00, with their seventh and final offering set to go off at 16:02.
Betfred’s Extra Place is featured on the opening race and logic suggests that Kerry Lee’s Do It For Thy Sen should contend at 11/8. The gelding won this race last year and comes in hot following a second at Chepstow last month.
They go off eight times at Bath from 13:15 to 16:55. The Extra Place features on the 14:20 and 15:50, while the Free Bet if 2nd is involved on the 16:55.
Owen Little is 9/4 to score on his turf debut and will be fresh having not been seen since an all-weather win at Wolverhampton in February.
Next to Ireland and the six races from Punchestown. They first go off at 13:20 and the Extra Place is available on the 14:25, 14:55, 15:25 and the final race at 15:55.
There are also six races on the day’s final afternoon card from Bangor-on-Dee, running from 13:40 to 16:11. The final contest features the Extra Place, as does the 15:11 where Daranova is 15/8 to follow up after a brilliant C&D win here as recently as May 14.
Into the evening and Lingfield’s seven races take place between 16:35 and 19:40 and a specific focus goes on the Extra Place offered on the 17:40.
Gary Moore’s 13/2 Reckon I’m Hot was a strong second at Wolverhampton last time out and his 1lb penalty may not be enough to stop him going one better.
It is back to Ireland for the day’s penultimate card with eight races scheduled at Gowran Park between 16:50 and 20:20.
The 18:50, the 19:20, 19:50 and the closer carry the Extra Place and in that last race, Molly Kaye is 12/1 to score on her return to the flat after going well when last seen over the obstacles at Thurles in March.
Finally to Newcastle, with seven races scheduled from 17:00 to 20:05 at Gosforth Park.
The Extra Place Race features on three races here, but the card also includes Betfred’s Super Extra Place Race on the opener, paying four places rather than three.
After a decent third last month at Beverley, Stand Free returns to the all-weather and is 11/4 to pick up a third career win at this venue.