After a busy weekend, punters can look forward to a more relaxed Monday with three meetings scheduled at Carlisle, Fontwell and Wolverhampton.
Carlisle’s card was under threat at one point, but a planned inspection on Monday morning was cancelled, meaning racing will go ahead, starting at 12:30.
The going is soft, good to soft in places for eight races, and Betfred’s “Free Bet if 2nd” promotion is available in the ESK Handicap Chase at 13:00.
Punters can earn a free bet up to £10 if their selection finishes second, and Alison Hamilton’s Skyhill (5/2) could give backers a run for their money after a decent showing at Kelso last time out.
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Carlisle’s card comes to a close at 16:25, while there is still more jumps action scheduled at Fontwell.
The going is good to soft, soft in places and the eight-race card runs between 12:45 and 16:40.
Betfred’s “Super Extra Place Race” promotion runs in the finale, with five places up for grabs.
Warren Greatrex’s Bolsover Bill (4/1) remains on the same handicap mark as last week when he finished second at Newcastle, so it would be a surprise to see him out of the frame.
Wolverhampton’s meeting is scheduled to start at 16:55, with the going standard on the all-weather.
Punters can take advantage of Betfred’s “Free Bet if 2nd” promotion in the first contest, while the eighth and final race is due to start at 20:30.
Tony Carroll plans to apply a hood to stable star Okaidi (6/1), so if that does the trick, punters may get a good run for their money at 16:55.
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