The Insider has a 10/1 selection for Saturday's Stewart Family Thank You Gold Cup at Cheltenham.
Your Busy will return to Aintree for the Topham Trophy after his fine effort over the Grand National fences last Saturday.
Will Hayler keeps it simple now that Hussar Ballad has found his metier on the Fibresand at Southwell.
Dundalk hope to complete the world's first floodlit all-weather jumps track, complete with undersoil heating.
Ffos Las chairman Dai Walters will present a cheque for £100,000 to the Injured Jockeys Fund to help aid the care of JT McNamara.
Tom Scudamore and Paul Nicholls both believe that they can get Cue Card beaten in the William Hill King George VI Chase.
Sprinter Sacre's presence in the Desert Orchid Chase may see terrestrial TV coverage added - or the race switched to Boxing Day.
Horseracing is Britain's best value day out for sports fans, according to a new report published by the Racecourse Association.
Of course he'd like to be champion trainer again. But Paul Nicholls says that he won't even be thinking about it until after Cheltenham.
Racing UK's Rupert Bell spoke to Paul Nicholls about his hopes of adding to his tally of William Hill King George VI winners.