There are seven meetings planned across the UK and Ireland on Sunday, with all the action coming on the flat.
Newcastle’s eight-race card starts proceedings at 13:00, where the going is standard/slow on the Tapeta.
Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion is available in races at 13:35, 14:12, 16:32, as well as the finale at 17:03.
Edward Bethell’s Oh So Chic (4/1 fav) finished strongly in second at Musselburgh last time out, and it would be a surprise to see the five-year-old finish outside the frame at Newcastle.
Newmarket’s seven-race meeting gets underway at 13:27, and punters can watch all the action until the closing race at 16:52, with the going good to firm.
Saturday’s Irish racing action comes from Gowran Park, where the going is good (good to firm in places). Punters can watch the action which opens up at 13:45, while the eighth and final event should get underway at 17:45.
Ascot’s card will also feature seven contests, with the going good to firm (good in places). The opening race will commence at 13:50, while the card concludes at 17:20.
They will run on the Knavesmire at York from 14:05 until 17:35, with the going good to firm at the Yorkshire track.
Lingfield’s eight-race meeting is scheduled to take place from 17:08 until 20:40, with the going standard on the polytrack.
The opening race at Salisbury should start at 17:25, while the card comes to a close after the seventh contest at 20:30. The going could make life tougher for some of the runners with the official listing firm (good to firm in places).