Following a sensational weekend of racing Monday’s action is understandably much lower in quality – but at least there is plenty of it!
There are five meetings across Britain and Ireland, with Windsor, Pontefract and Kempton all staging marathon eight-race cards.
The most valuable race of the day is an optional claiming handicap (7.45) at Kempton, in which many punters are likely to be putting their faith in Mubtasim, who represents William Haggas and James Doyle, the pair who went so close to winning the Arc with Sea Of Class.
Windsor (first race: 1.25)
Soft, good to soft in places (GoingStick 6.7 at 6.15am)
Soft, good to soft in places (GoingStick 7.3 at 6.30am)
Good, good to soft in places (GoingStick 7.1 at 6am)
Standard to slow
Pontefract 2.35 3 Mendoza 6-1 (from 9)
Stratford 3.20 1 Who’s My Jockey 5-2 (from 9-2)
Stratford 4.55 Ken’s Well 8-1 (from 12)
Stratford 5.30 8 Crown Of Roses 8-1 (from 16)
What to back
What to read
Enable was a stunning winner of the Arc for Frankie Dettori and John Gosden. Read David Jennings’ big-race report.
It was a sixth win for Frankie Dettori and you can get the leading rider’s own thoughts on the victory.
What to watch
It’s a big week in the bloodstock world with Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale taking place between Tuesday and Thursday. Here’s a guide to what you should be looking out for at the sales.
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