Racing switches partly to the winter code today, as Market Rasen stages its Summer Hurdle and Summer Plate.
One of the highlights of the season, The July Cup, takes centre stage at Newmarket on a busy Saturday of racing.
Derby winner Golden Horn is the star turn this afternoon in the Coral Eclipse at Sandown.
We preview today’s Northumberland Plate at Newcastle, plus the Irish Derby at the Curragh.
Potential Aussie superstar Brazen Beau is the favourite for Saturday’s feature race – the Diamond Jubilee Stakes.
Found is favourite for Friday's feature - the Coronation Stakes - and that's no surprise given the form of Aiden O’Brien and Ryan Moore.
Thursday’s big race is the Gold Cup and Forgotten Rules (3/1 favourite) would prefer softer ground to be at his best.
The day’s big race is the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes, which has a truly international feel to it despite the absence of California Chrome.
The St James’s Palace Stakes is feature race on Tuesday, with Gleneagles all the rage, but we have a 50/1 tip instead!
Many punters will be hoping to increase their war chests today ahead of the start of Royal Ascot next week.
Frankie Dettori aims to win his second Derby on the favourite Golden Horn.
The 2015 Oaks looks set to be a real classic in every sense of the word with an extremely strong field going to post.
The Irish 2000 Guineas at The Curragh and the Temple Stakes at Haydock Park are the main events on Saturday.
We have tips at both Haydock and Ascot today – including the feature race at Ascot, the Victoria Cup.
Saturday is the final day of the 2015 Punchestown Festival and we preview all the big races from the Irish racecourse.
Feature race on Friday at the Punchestown Festival is the Racing Post Champion Hurdle.
The Ladbrokes World Series Hurdle is the feature race on Thursday at the Punchestown Festival.
The Punchestown Gold Cup is the feature race on Wednesday at the Punchestown Festival.
Tony McCoy has his final ever ride on Box Office in the bet365 Handicap Hurdle at Sandown on Saturday.
All of the main protagonists from last week’s epic Grand National are involved again today in the Scottish version.