Tuesday is a rest day in the Magnificent Seven Tipping Challenge. So what are the scores on the doors?
Ascot's midsummer highlight, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, is shaping up be to a top class renewal. Ante-post
favourite is Royal Ascot victor Telescope, whose profile has shades of Harbinger, an 11-length winner of the race in 2010.
With Oaks winner Taghrooda, Breeders' Cup winner Magician, Eclipse winner Mukhadram and King Edward VII winner Eagle Top all being aimed at the race it looks worthy of the fabled roll of honour.
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A tilt at next month's Juddmonte International at York is "unlikely" for Al Kazeem according to trainer Roger Charlton.
Kristian Strangeway, owner of Koo's Racing Club, can barely contain his excitement ahead of next week's Galway Festival.
The mares' race at the Cheltenham Festival has been raised to Grade One status and OLBG have extended their sponsorship.
Mick Halford expects Certerach to post an improved run next time after he failed to sparkle in the Challenge Stakes.
Michael Shinners with Tuesday's market movers and price boosts from the Sky Bet trading room.
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Horse Racing Ireland has announced its fixture list for 2015 with the total number of meetings unchanged at 349.
William Buick is hoping conditions at Ascot do not become too quick ahead of Eagle Top's tilt at the King George.
Trainer Karl Burke believes Odeliz is up to competing at Group One level following another fine effort at the weekend.