The focus for punters today will be at Newmarket, but racing on the flat comes from Wolverhampton, Pontefract and Listowel while jumps fans head to Perth.
Money Talk continues to highlight the Betfair Sportsbook big-money moves to keep you in the loop. This section highlights market moves between 1:00 am and 9:00 am.
14:10 Newmarket - Queen Kahlua 16/1 into 11/1
14:20 Pontefract - Trans Montana 8/1 into 6/1
14:55 Pontefract - Highway Grey 7/2 into 11/4
15:55 Newmarket - Torcello 14/1 into 11/1
16:30 Newmarket - Bake - 10/3 into 11/4
The market says LAY!
Which horse is the Betfair Sportsbook market suggesting to Lay?
15:20 Newmarket - Max Vega 5/2 OUT 11/4
The market is seeing no support for Max Vega this morning, but plenty for his rivals further down the market to force his price out.
Mark your card - Newmarket
The Betfair Sportsbook is paying extra places today!
Eight of the last ten winners of the opening 13:00 British Stallion Studs EBF Maiden Stakes have had previous experience with only two debutants landing the prize.
In the last ten years, only one favourite has scored in the 13:35 Federation Of Bloodstock Agents Nursery Handicap. Nine of the last ten had previous Newmarket (July or Rowley Mile) experience. Desert Angel 8.07/1 and Strozzi 9.08/1.
Four of the last five winners of the 14:45 Tattersalls Stakes have run in the English 2,000 Guineas.
Nayef Road 4.03/1 steps out of group company for the first time since June 2019 in the 15:20 when he contests the Listed contest over 2m. This is also the first run at Newmarket outside of group company since scoring in 2019 in a handicap off of 96.
At 15:55, jockey Hollie Doyle has a 75% strike rate when riding for owner P H Hedger and P C F Racing Ltd. They partner up with E'Est No Mour 10.09/1.
Elsewhere around the country
In the 14:20, trainer Ralph Beckett scored with 15 of his 35 runners at Pontefract. He saddles Fuente Ovejuna 4.03/1.
Trainer Paul Midgley is looking for his fourth win in the 16:05 at Pontefract with Indian Sounds 3.55/2 and Ballintoy Harbour 6.05/1.
75% is the strike rate when jockey Dane O'Neil rides for Marcus Tregoning at Wolverhampton. They partner with Atalanta Breeze 5.04/1 at 17:25.
Jockey Ben Curtis has a 40% strike rate when riding for trainer George Boughey at Wolverhampton, and today they partner twice with Colombe 4.03/1 at 18:30 and Mirage Mac 11.010/1 at 20:30.
Horses for courses - Newmarket
This section highlights horses that have won twice or more at today's tracks and could be in with a chance today.
14:10 Newmarket - Gellhorn - Has won here twice (67%)
15:20 Newmarket - Nayef Road - Has won here twice (40%)
15:55 Newmarket - Torcello - Has won here three times (75%)
Those with 100% records at Newmarket are below.
14:45 Newmarket - Modern Games (1-1)
15:20 Newmarket - Max Vega (1-1)
16:30 Newmarket - Carolus Magnus (1-1)
Weighted to go well
"Weighted to go well" highlights horses running that are more than 10lbs below their last winning handicap mark.
16:05 Pontefract - Rayong - Has won off 93 runs off 80
16:30 Newmarket - Gin Palace - Has won off 87 runs off 76
19:30 Wolverhampton - Katheefa - Has won off 89 runs off 76
This section highlights a trainer, owner or jockey who is in excellent current form and their runners or rides for the day.
Trainer's Paul and Oliver Cole have had three winners from their last nine runners and are operating at a 33% strike rate in the last 14 days. Today they saddle Balearic 4.03/1 in the 17:05 at Newmarket and Gordonstoun 19.018/1 at Wolverhampton 20:00.
Trainer Rod Milman is the furthest traveller today. He has made the 219 mile journey from his base to Newmarket with Coul Kat 11.010/1 in the 16:30 Come And Discover Newmarket Handicap.
Get Ryan Moore's thoughts on his five rides at Newmarket today!
Ryan Moore has a strong book of five rides on the first day of Newmarket's Cambridgeshire meeting.
Read Ryan's thoughts here.
Race of the day
Newmarket's 15:20 Jockey Club Rose Bowl Stakes is today's feature race where a field of nine goes to post, and it's a race with a distinct lack of apparent pace.
Max Vega is sure to be popular with his staying on fifth in the Ebor last time, and his lightly raced profile against some more exposed rivals today will give backers confidence that he can take a step forward.
It's worth noting that he wasn't the only one in the Ebor to get denied a clear run from the rear of the field, so his finishing position may flatter him slightly for all he was strong at the death.
He has a course win to his name on his only start here, which ticks another box, but unlike the Ebor, he is unlikely to get a strong pace and won't want this to turn into a tactical affair.
Nayef Road takes a step outside of group company for the first time in 16 runs, and he should be more at home in these calmer waters.
He hasn't shown his best form this season, but his third at Doncaster was a small step back in the right direction, and the prospect of a soft lead with himself the only confirmed front runner in the field makes him an appealing prospect at the morning odds.
It isn't easy to make strong cases for the remainder, so it may be Roberto Escobarr who follows the two above home despite his three-pound penalty.
He has been remarkably consistent this term and has finished ahead of today's favourite Max Vega when they met in the Silver Cup at York while he was only one length behind the same rival in the Ebor.
He looks rock solid to give his running for all he hasn't convinced over these staying trips.
Mums the word for Timeform at Wolverhampton
The Timeform team tackle the competitive Wolverhampton card this evening, and offer up three of their best bets.
Read Timeform tips here.
Blinkers the key to Desert Angel's progression
The 13:35 is a wide-open heat but the undulations of Newmarket catch plenty of horses out, and having had the experience of even the July course will hold a two-year-old in good stead on this unique track.
Desert Angel fits that bill, and he took a good step forward at Doncaster in a small field event with the fitting of the first-time blinkers and the step up to 1m despite being unfavoured by the slow pace at the rear of the field.
A four-pound rise for that effort looks very fair, and he is entitled to take another step forward on just his second attempt at this trip with the blinkers retained, and he has been overlooked in this market.
An excellent three days of top-class action to look forward to at Newmarket.
A helping hint, always check where the stalls are positioned!
There is a big draw bias at Newmarket when the stalls are stand side for those drawn low (today they are in the centre).
Until tomorrow, be lucky.
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