THERE is a feast of racing for punters to get stuck into this afternoon, with seven meetings in Britain and Ireland ensuring all tastes are catered for, be it on the Flat or over jumps.
At Doncaster the William Hill Lincoln takes centre stage, while there is also Flat action from Musselburgh and Kempton.
The Listed Magnolia Stakes is the highlight on the Polytrack, and Ed Vaughan is hoping Winter Derby runner-up Robin Hoods Bay can go one better.
Vaughan said: “He’s in good form and has only got to produce the form of his Winter Derby run to be bang there. I think he’s a little bit better going right-handed than left and this is the obvious race for him.”
Over jumps, Haydock stages the finals of the Jockey Club Grassroots Series, and there are also jumps meetings at Carlisle and Newton Abbot.
In Ireland there is a Flat card at Cork, and if that was not enough, there is the small matter of the world’s richest race, the Dubai World Cup at Meydan which takes place this evening.
Carlisle: good to soft, good in places on chase course
Cork: sprint course heavy, soft in places. Round course, soft, soft to heavy in places.
Haydock: good to soft
Musselburgh: good to soft, soft in places
Newton Abbot: soft, heavy in places
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