Anita Chambers makes Water Hole her nap for Wednesday's racing action - she has a tip for every UK and Irish race.
2014 Flat Trainers Championship Outrights
Leading First Season Sire Outrights
2014-15 National Hunt Trainers Championship Outrights
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Nicky Henderson (1), Paul Nicholls (2), Jonjo ONeill (15/2), Any Other (25), David Pipe …
- View all oddsNational Hunt Winning Prize Money Margin
Pound 300,001 - Pound 400,000 (3), Pound 200,001 - Pound 300,000 (7/2), Pound 400,001 - …
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Over Pound 2,600,000 (5/6), Pound 2,600,000 Or Less (5/6)
- Frankel And Danedreams First Foal: To Win The Prix De LArc De Triomphe At Any Age
- Frankel And Middays First Foal: To Win Breeders Cup Filly And Mares Turf At Any Age
- Frankel And Middays First Foal: To Win The Epsom Oaks In 2017
- Frankel And Middays First Foal: To Win The Nassau Stakes At Any Age
- Frankel And Middays First Foal: To Win The UK 1000 Guineas
- Frankel To Be The 2016 UK Leading First Season Sire On Number Of Winners Achieved
- Frankel To Be The 2016 UK Leading First Season Sire On Prize Money
- Frankel To Sire A British Classic Winner In 2017 From His First Crop
- Frankels First Foal: To Win A Listed Race In UK Or Ireland
- Frankels First Foal: To Win Any Group Race In UK Or Ireland
- Frankels First Foal: To Win The 2016 Dewhurst Stakes
- Frankels First Foal: To Win The 2017 Epsom Derby
- Frankels First Foal: To Win The 2017 Newmarket 2000 Guineas
- Frankels First Foal: To Win The 2017 St James Palace Stakes
- Frankels First Foal: To Win The 2018 Queen Anne Stakes At Royal Ascot
2015 Flat Season Outrights
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Man On The Spot puts together four of his Naps from Wednesday's racing for our daily Yankee.
Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle reveals his selections for this afternoon's meeting at Sandown.
The Flat Notebook is winding down for the season but we have news of more winners and some new late arrivals in the list.
A review of the action from Thirsk on Tuesday, where Twilight Son justified high expectations to maintain his unbeaten record.
Kevin Ryan has warned again that The Grey Gatsby will miss Ascot's QIPCO Champion Stakes if going conditions are soft.
David O'Meara remains undecided over whether to let last weekend's Curragh winner Watchable line up in the Ayr Gold Cup.
Deutsches Derby winner Sea The Moon, ruled out of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe only days ago, has been retired.
The start of racing at Chepstow was delayed by 25 minutes after jockeys expressed fears over ground conditions.
Dave Ord, Ben Linfoot and Sky Bet's Michael Shinners discuss all things racing including the Ayr Gold Cup.