There are four race meetings in the UK and Ireland on Sunday and there's plenty of quality racing on offer over the jumps and on the Flat.
The action begins at Limerick (13.00-16.30) with two Listed contests and the Munster National. There's pattern racing on the level at Goodwood (13.15-17.00) and the Curragh (13.10-16.40) while a second National Hunt offering comes from Newton Abbot (13.45-17.20).
Sunday's Horse Racing Predictions
Commandingpresence to win and each-way - BET NOW
This Kalanisi gelding made a fine start to his hurdling career at Punchestown (2m4f, soft) last month and looks a fine prospect for Henry De Bromhead and Rachel Blackmore for the winter ahead.
He was second in his sole point-to-point before joining these connections and, while an easy-to-back 14/1 chance on rules bow, he cruised into the contest before going clear of his rivals heading down to the last flight.
The third and fourth home have given that form a boost since and Commandingpresence is fancied to halt the winning run of Joseph O'Brien's Slige Dala (two bumpers and a narrow maiden hurdle win at Listowel) en route to landing this Listed prize.
Lipizzaner to win and each-way - BET NOW
The class-dropping Lipizzaner could take some halting here for Aidan O'Brien and Padraig Beggy.
A son of Uncle Mo, he's got plenty of speed and showcased that with a runner-up finish behind the prolific Lucky Vega at Naas (6f, good to firm) back in June, before also running a fine race in the Norfolk at Royal Ascot over 5f soon after.
He had a midsummer break before going back to Navan and justifying odds-on favouritism early last month. That prompted a crack at the Group 1 Middle Park in Newmarket two weeks ago where he found it tough late on against the likes of Supremacy, who held off the aforementioned Lucky Vega to win.
In this lesser grade, Beggy's mount might be hard to catch if racing as prominently as we've come to expect and he's fancied to see off the likes of C&D winner New Treasure and Aunty Bridy representing Jim Bolger, as well Ballydoyle stablemate Preamble.
Leafhopper to win and each-way - BET NOW
The unbeaten Leafhopper rates an interesting contender for John Gosden in Godolphin blue with in-form James Doyle on board. She was a very easy winner at Catterick three weeks ago on just her second start and first of this calendar year.
She's taking a jump in class now but the Dark Angel filly could have plenty to offer. She won on debut at Newmarket last term before missing 13 months ahead of that return at Catterick.
She's got a bit to find with the likes of Tomorrow's Dream and Royal Ascot winner Onassis on form, but remains very much an unexposed filly. With this race originally intended for Ascot last week, this field looks in her favour as Daahyeh for Roger Varian, very smart last year, misses out having instead gone to Newmarket on Friday.
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Sunday's Horse Racing Tips Frequently Asked Questions
What is the going report for the Curragh?
Soft, soft to heavy in places.A
What is the going report for Goodwood?
Heavy, soft in places.A
What is our recommended bet?
Lippizaner to win.A
Can I watch the racing from Limerick, the Curragh and Goodwood on TV?
Yes. All three meetings are covered live by RacingTV.A
What is the going report for Limerick?