The latest news from Tuesday's meeting at Goodwood, where Timba overcame relative inexperience to win the opening contest.
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.
Ian Ogg analyses the last 10 renewals of Saturday's Betfred TV Old Borough Cup at Haydock and picks out the key stats.
Dave Ord, Ben Linfoot and Michael Shinners are joined by Tom Hogan to look ahead to the Betfred Sprint Cup.
Arena Racing Company remain committed to staging all-weather racing at Newcastle in the future.
Brown Panther is being primed to go on a retrieval mission in the Palmerstown House Estate Irish St Leger at the Curragh.
Davy Condon may be released from hospital on Wednesday after he was fitted with a brace for his injured back.
Man On The Spot picks out his naps from Wednesday's four meetings for our new Daily Yankee.
Noble Mission is set to be at the forefront of a strong British team in the Qipco Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown this month.
A new process for allocating the BHA's pool of around 175 controlled fixtures is being introduced for 2015.
Tom Hogan reports last year's winner Gordon Lord Byron is likely to be ridden by William Buick in Saturday's Betfred Sprint Cup.