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Barry Geraghty

Barry is aboard some smart novices with potential this weekend including leading Cheltenham Festival contender Charli Parcs in the Adonis Juvenile Hurdle at Kempton on Saturday and Any Second Now in the big novice hurdle at Naas on Sunday.

Surfing The Sand

Lingfield Park takes centre stage on Saturday with the 20th running of the Group 3 Winter Derby, the most prestigious race in the All-Weather calendar. Simon Mapletoft previews the best of the action, which also includes another Fast Track Qualifier.

Sectional Spotlight

Having highlighted winners Spirit Of Wedza (7-1) and What Usain (10-1) as horses to add to your ATR Tracker, Simon Rowlands provides sectional timing analysis, including his horses to follow, and looks ahead to the Winter Derby at Lingfield on Saturday.

Talking Horses

David Lawrence takes a weekly look at the racing scene and as well as his horses to follow, has a statistical look at the BetBright Chase at Kempton on Saturday and ratings for the leading Cheltenham Gold Cup contenders

Eyecatchers

Zac Brown (10-1), Captain Redbeard (4-1), Don Bersy (3-1), Watersmeet (15-8), Third Time Lucky (15-8) and Chez Castel Mail (6-5) were previous Eyecatchers to win last week and form expert Alan Thomson has flagged six horses from the past seven days that are poised to strike.

Kevin Blake

Kevin looks at the running of the Ten Up Novice Chase at Navan on Sunday where Acapella Bourgeois ran out a 32-length winner and ask why, even though the riders behind the winner didn’t do anything notably wrong, there wasn’t a stewards’ enquiry called.

  • Irish Scene

    Irish Scene

    Declan Rix looks at the tough 2016/17 season Willie Mullins is currently enduring as he bids for his tenth Irish National Hunt Trainers' Championship in-a-row.

  • Winning Systems

    Winning Systems

    In his latest blog for attheraces.com, with the 2017 flat season approaching, Dr Peter May discusses potential profitable winning systems to note concerning lightly-raced juveniles on the flat.

  • Paul Haigh

    Paul Haigh

    Paul Haigh previews the four Group 1 contests that take place on Longines Hong Kong International day at Sha Tin on Sunday morning and offers a betting guide on how to punt Hong Kong-style at the big meeting.

  • Handicappers' Blog

    Handicappers' Blog

    The head handicappers at the British Horseracing Authority cast their eyes back to the Cheltenham Open Meeting and review some of the action.

  • Chris McGrath at Santa Anita

    Chris McGrath at Santa Anita

    In his final blog before the Breeders' Cup Chris speaks to Limato's trainer Henry Candy plus the top US connections whose stars are also out to shine in some of the vintage renewals taking place at Santa Anita this weekend.

  • Martin Kelly at the Melbourne Cup

    Martin Kelly at the Melbourne Cup

    In his final update ahead of Tuesday’s Emirates Melbourne Cup, Martin Kelly hears from connections of Ebor winner Heartbreak City who are aiming to realise the American dream in Melbourne.

  • Sean Levey feature

    Sean Levey feature

    In the third and final part of our three-piece feature with Sean Levey, Levey talks about some of the great jockeys he's learned from, the Richard Hannon operation, the worst day he's had on a racetrack and looks to the future.

  • French Classic contenders to follow by Liz Price

    French Classic contenders to follow by Liz Price

    With the Classic season across the Channel fast approaching Liz Price, our French racing form expert, has handpicked the horses it will pay to keep onside in the prestigious Gallic 3yo contests, which you can see live on At The Races.

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