Plenty of high level action to be enjoyed today, with a whole host of exciting prospects set to run throughout the day. Newmarket hosts two Group races this afternoon; the Godolphin Autumn Stakes (Group 3) before the much-anticipated Dewhurst Stakes (Group 1). The Cesarewitch Stakes (Handicap) then takes centre stage, and with 35 runners due to go to post, it is likely to prove a wide-open affair once again.
Chepstow – Good (Good to Soft in places)
Hexham – Good (Good to Soft in places)
Chelmsford – Standard
Newmarket (Rowley) – Good to Firm
York – Soft (Good to Soft in places)
Fairyhouse – Good (Good to Firm in places)
Limerick – Good to Yielding (Yielding in places)
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Free Race Pass:
Today's Free Race Pass is the Group 1 Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket.
After impressing once more in the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster, Too Darn Hot (134p weight-adjusted) sets the standard here. The John Gosden-trained colt looks to maintain his unbeaten record here, in what is sure to prove a fascinating renewal of the Newmarket Group 1.
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1:55 - REALMS OF FIRE
1:40 - MRS VONN
4:00 - DAVID JOHN
5:10 - DOROTHY'S FLAME
2:25 - KADAR
3:40 - COEUR BLIMEY
4:15 - SHALLOW HALL
2:40 - BURJ, GARRUS
3:15 - GLENAMOY LAD, SAVALAS
4:25 - ABSOLUTE DREAM, FARES KODIAC, ARTHUR SHELBY
5:00 - LE MAITRE CHAT
5:35 - SOCIETY RED, EPAULMENT
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After tipping Sun Chariot winner Laurens last week, Nic Doggett previews Saturday's Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket and selects his best bet – read here.
Simon Rowlands analyses the Cesarewitch Handicap at Newmarket on Saturday and picks out his best bet - a 9/1 fancy – read here.
Taking a step back from the specifics of a special-looking Dewhurst on Saturday, Jamie Lynch paints a bigger picture of the two-year-olds and what it means for those by-passing Newmarket – read here.
Mark Milligan previews Saturday's Grade 1 action at Woodbine and Keeneland, which includes the Canadian International – read here.
Eight rounds of Premier League fixtures have been and gone, but what have we learned from them? Infogol’s analyst uses expected goals to take a closer look at what has happened, and what we can expect after the international break – read here.
Liverpool’s attacking trio of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mané and Roberto Firmino have come under critcism of late for not being in the same blistering form as last term, but what do expected goals (xG) tell us about their start to the season? – read here.
Published 9:20 am.