What's on This Week 15/10/18


Four meetings get the week of to a brisk start, however there was five scheduled meetings for today but Windsor was cancelled early this morning due to heavy rain fall making the track unfit to ride on.

Racing is set to take place however at Gowran Park, Musselburgh, Yarmouth and bringing up the end of play for the day at Kempton with the night meeting.


Five meetings take control of Tuesday with jumps racing very much back in the swing of things with three meetings through out the day with two flat meetings, one on turf and the other on the all weather.

Leicester start the day off on the flats but then Huntingdon and Hereford in England offe the jumps cards and racing at Punchestown is back in Ireland with the highlight of the racing for the day. Kempton are covering the night shift for the second day under the lights.


Wednesday see's the flat racing take over again with three meetings to jumps racing two meetings however the pinnace of the racing is again at Punchestown with the second and final day of there opening meetings of the season. They offer two great Grade 3 races with Mullins and Elliott both sending strong teams.

The rest of the action mid way through the week gets started at Bath with one of there final meetings of the year, they are followed up by Nottingham and then Newcastle are covering the all weather night meeting on the Tapeta track.

Wetherby holds the fort for British jump racing with one of there first meetings of the season before the big one of the season with the Charlie Hill Chase in a month time.



As the weekend starts towards to edge closer and closer and Champions Day just on the horizon everyone will be keeping a close eye out for the 48 hour declarations in what is set to be one of the best days in the flat racing calendar with a race card worth over £4.3 million.

As for the day of racing ahead there is six meetings set to take place with two jumps meetings, two all weather meetings and two turf meetings, so something for everyone.

Brighton gets the day off to a start and that is then followed by racing at Carlisle. Jumps racing comes after that with racing at Uttoxeter and over in Ireland at Tramore. The all weather racing are both staged for the night time under the lights at Wolverhampton and Chelmsford.


Another day of six meetings to lead us into the weekend with an even playing field of race cards starting at with two flat meetings on the turf from Haydock and Redcar. This is followed by the two National Hunt meetings for the day at Fakenham and Wincanton who are having there first meeting of the season.

Dundalk and Newcastle take on the night shift of racing over the all weather some nice novice races showing off some bright newcomers.

The countdown to Champions day is just a day away and all trainers will have there horses primed for a big showcase of quality racing.



The weekend is finally here and the build up the big event of the flat racing season comes to an end with Qipco British Champions Day taking centre stage with four Group 1 races and a Group 2 Long Distance Cup on offer at Ascot in a spectacle that rounds off a breath taking flat season and sorts out who the best horses of the year are.

Other meetings are set to take place and they come from Catterick, Ffos Las, Market Rasen, Stratford and Wolverhampton on the all weather, but all eyes on Saturday will be on Berkshire and on the pinnacle of British flat racing at Ascot.



A calming day of racing comes on Sunday after what is set to be a sparkling day of racing at Ascot. Three meetings are set to go ahead with two over the jumps and one flat meeting.

Sedgefield and Kempton offer the day of jumps racing whilst Ireland up holds the bargain for the flat racing fans with Navan offering an Auction final.

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