There are 29 races scheduled on Sunday afternoon, with punters able to follow all the action from Huntingdon, Leopardstown, Sedgefield and Wexford.
Sunday’s opening meeting comes from Sedgefield, where the going is soft.
Betfred’s “Free Bet if 2nd” promotion is available in the opener at 13:00, with punters able to earn a free bet up to £10 if their selection finishes second.
James Ewart’s Beat Box (11/4) will return to two miles this afternoon, and that could prove decisive for connections at the North-East track.
Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion is available in contests at 14:38 and 15:48, while Sedgefield’s card comes to a close at 16:23.
Huntingdon’s eight-race card soon follows on Sunday, with the opening contest due to start at 13:10.
The going is also soft, which comes as no surprise due to the recent weather, with punters able to watch the action from 13:10 until 17:10.
Betfred’s “Free Bet if 2nd” promotion is available in a handicap hurdle race at 14:55, and it looks like Petty Cash (9/4) will be tough to stop after a recent victory at Ffos Las.
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The first of seven races at Leopardstown is due to start at 13:55, with the going yielding (good to yielding in places).
Betfred’s “Super Extra Place” promotion is available in the TRI Equestrian Handicap Chase at 16:50, with five places up for grabs.
Gordon Elliott’s Fakir D’alene (9/1) battled to win at Thurles earlier this season, and that performance suggests he may go close on Sunday.
Last but not least, Wexford hosts seven races between 14:10 and 17:30.
The going is heavy at the Irish circuit and Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion is available in contests at 15:20 and 15:55.
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