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Tony McCoy continued his assault on 300 seasonal winners with a sparkling four-timer at Worcester.
Watchable is out to continue a fine season in the Ayr Gold Cup on Saturday, which will be broadcast at the interval of a Championship match.
Watch our video interview with mob-handed trainer Kevin Ryan and see the Proform pace map.
Jim Goldie will carry plenty of Scottish hopes as he sends out his two sprint stalwarts Jack Dexter and Hawkeyethenoo in a bid to saddle the first home winner of the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup since Roman Warrior in 1975 on Saturday. Jack Dexter was an admirable third off top weight 12 months ago and is again burdened with the steadier of 9st 10lb.
Henry Candy has warned punters that Limato, favourite for the Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes at Newbury on Saturday, has been on two courses of antibiotics since his last race.
Ainippe gets the chance to step up to six furlongs on what will be her last run of the season in the William Hill Firth of Clyde Stakes at Ayr on Saturday. The Captain Rio filly won her first two starts over the minimum distance, including a Listed contest at the Curragh, on the strength of which she was sent off favourite for the Group Two Flying Childers Stakes at Doncaster last week.
Darlington handler Michael Dods is delighted the rain has arrived for Mecca's Angel ahead of the Dubai International Airport World Trophy at Newbury on Saturday.
Chris Wall's faith in Accipiter was finally justified as the filly came out on top in a triple photo for the Listed EBF Stallions Harry Rosebery Stakes to spring a 25-1 surprise.
Richard Hughes continued his relentless charge towards a third jockeys' championship with a treble on an informative card at NewburyWhile Ryan Moore still holds an advantage of four, he has already stated that in the closing weeks of the season he will be chasing big races all over the world rather than getting involved in a dog fight with Hughes.On the other hand, Hughes is keen to notch a third straight championship. The highlight of his three-timer was undoubtedly Marsh Hawk, an impressive winner of the Dubai Duty Free Full Of Surprises EBF Fillies' Conditions Stakes and set for a crack at the highest level.
Jason Maguire made the perfect comeback after six months out of the saddle through injury when winning on Bonne Fee at Newton Abbott, his first ride back.
Mick Winters hopes Grade One-winning chaser Rebel Fitz has retained all of his old verve when he returns to action at Listowel on Saturday.
Mike Marshall will replace David Eustace as assistant trainer to Roger Varian at Kremlin House in Newmarket.
David Simcock has further big-race ambitions for Trade Storm and Sheikhzayedroad after the talented duo gave the Newmarket trainer a ground-breaking Grade One double in Canada on Sunday.
David Bridgwater is gearing The Giant Bolster's next campaign around a fourth successive crack at the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup next March.
Glorious Protector shoots for a first Group Three success in Saturday's Dubai Duty Free Legacy Cup at Newbury.