Ian Ogg blogs live from day one of the Newmarket Craven Meeting.
There's plenty of good National Hunt action upcoming, including meetings at Fairyhouse, Punchestown and Sandown, but with
Cheltenham and Aintree behind us it's time for the flat season to kick up a gear.
Kingman's performance in the Greenham whetted the appetite for the 2000 Guineas, where he is now favourite to emulate Frankel and carry Khalid Abdullah's silks to victory in the opening Classic on the Rowley Mile.
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Views from connections ahead of Thursday's £200,000 Tattersalls Millions 3-Y-O Trophy at Newmarket.
Michael Bell is looking forward to seeing how Raven Ridge fares upon his return to action at Newmarket on Thursday.
Nicky Richards has pencilled in races at Carlisle at Huntingdon as likely early targets for Eduard next season.
Richard Fahey won the Free Handicap with Garswood last year and thinks Parbold can run well in Wednesday's renewal.
Matt Brocklebank is spoilt for choice but eventually settles on a confident tip of the day at Newmarket.
Jim Dreaper wants cut in the ground for Los Amigos and Goonyella ahead of the Irish Grand National.
Lydia Hislop sets out on the Road to the Classics as the Flat season, already in its third week, steps up several gears.
We run through the races on day one of Newmarket's Craven meeting with a view to finding winners now and in the future.
Kingston Hill could be taken to Newmarket racecourse this week - though not for a prep run before the QIPCO 2000 Guineas.