Newcastle's hopes of staging evening fixtures over an all-weather straight mile next season have been dashed.
John Gosden is carrying all before him this season, on top of the trainer's championship and with several of the best horses
in training housed at his yard.
Kingman looks the best miler we've seen since Frankel and Sultanina added to the Group 1 haul in the Nassau Stakes. Epsom Oaks and King George winner Taghrooda lost her unbeaten record in the Yorkshire Oaks but still looks a player for the Arc, while Romsdal could bid to give him a third St Leger in the last five years.
Ruler Of The World could return to action in the Prix Foy as Aidan O'Brien eyes a second crack at the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.
Dave Ord, Ben Linfoot and Michael Shinners are joined by Tom Hogan to look ahead to the Betfred Sprint Cup.
Mick Appleby is hoping for good ground for Danzeno in the Betfred Sprint Cup at Haydock on Saturday.
Dubai World Cup hero African Story is unlikely to return to action until next year's Carnival at Meydan.
Towcester will look in the future to recouping some of the fixtures it sold to the Arena Racing Company.
Michael Shinners with today's market movers and price boosts from the Sky Bet trading room.
Cristian Demuro will partner Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe favourite Sea The Moon for the first time this weekend.
Aidan O'Brien has two good reasons to give Tapestry her next start in the Coolmore Fastnet Rock Matron Stakes.
Last year's Irish Oaks winner Chicquita is on course to make her eagerly-awaited seasonal debut in the Blandford Stakes.