THIS WEEK AT THE RACES.
TOMORROW: Keith Dalgleish, David O'Meara and Richard Fahey will be mob-handed at Ayr's June Racenight. Hughie Morrison has an impressive strike rate at Leicester while Jeremy Scott does well at Newton Abbot.
TUESDAY: Donald McCain will send a strong team to Bangor. Gary Moore and Neil Mulholland like a winner at Fontwell while Caroline Bailey has a decent record at Southwell.
WEDNESDAY: Cracking stuff on Hamiltonian Raceday at Hamilton where trainer Karen McLintock will be looking to build on her double at the last meeting. There's more racing at Uttoxeter and Wetherby.
THURSDAY: Trainer Tom Dascombe and jockey Richard Kingscote should dominate at Haydock. Ruth Carr has a terrific PS60 profit at Ripon while Jamie Spencer is the form man at Yarmouth.
FRIDAY: It often pays to follow trainer Karl Burke and jockey Ben Curtis at Carlisle. Jim Crowley and Adam Kirby ride tricky Brighton well while David Simcock and Mark Johnston rarely leave Goodwood empty handed.
SATURDAY: Musselburgh hosts some of the best speed merchants in the business in the Edinburgh Gin Scottish Sprint Cup. Haydock have a classy card headlined by the Group 3 Timeform Jury Stakes and Group 3 Pinnacle Stakes. Charlie Appleby should have a say in the John Sunley Memorial Handicap at Newmarket.
SUNDAY: Sir Michael Stoute has a major chance in the Nottinghamshire Oaks at Nottingham. Expect Ryan Moore and William Buick to boot home a few winners at Goodwood.
Latest from the track Reigning champ Inch Forward looks likely to make a bold defence of his British Bred St Leger crown at Central Park.
Stuart Buckland's star showed his mettle around the 642m Kent track last year and looks ready to go in the heats on Friday.
On the same night Romford hosts the final of the Friday Night 500 Standard and the first round of the Tony Williams Dual Distance contest.
Shawfield returns with two more trappy meetings on Friday and Saturday and Thornton is also in action this weekend.