Four race meetings in Britain and Ireland this Sunday afternoon to supplement the Group 1-fest that comes from ParisLongchamp with the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe as the centrepiece.
Sunday's Horse Racing Predictions
Uttoxeter (12:35-16:16) sets the ball rolling over jumps while it's also National Hunt fare at Kelso (13:25-17:10) and Tipperary (13:00-16:43). Flat racing comes from Killarney (13:55-16:55) as well as the big meeting at Longchamp (13:15-17:55) where Enable's bid for Arc history is due off at 15:05.
La Gioiosa to win and each-way - BET NOW
A high quality card at Longchamp and our Arc preview has the big race covered. Elsewhere, the home team may deny the likes of Pretty Gorgeous for Joseph O'Brien and Mother Earth for Aidan O'Brien in the Prix Marcel Boussac.
Tiger Tanaka has an excellent winning record and was a Group 2 winner at Deauville (7f, heavy) in August when seeing off La Gioiosa by two lengths.
The winner stole a march in that five-runner race while the runner-up was still trying to gain cover in behind. La Gioiosa closed in vain all the way to the line and might have more to offer now upped in distance. Frankie Dettori gets the ride on a massive afternoon for the veteran Italian and he can help his filly turn around that previous form.
Emitom to win and each-way - BET NOW
Warren Greatrex has never hidden his admiration for Emitom and the handler has been of the opinion that chasing will see him to best effect.
He wasn't at all bad over hurdles, winning a Grade 2 at Haydock in February on testing ground over an extended three miles and then signing off last season with a pleasing fourth in the Stayers' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival behind Lisnagar Oscar.
He's also got winning hurdles form at two miles and two-and-a-half-miles, while he won an Ascot bumper over shy of two miles in 2018; so he's by no means reliant on a severe stamina test.
Rated 155 over timber and looking just the sort to excel at this discipline, Greatrex appears to have found an ideal starting point with in-form rider Adrian Heskin taking over in the saddle for this Beginners' Chase.
Galvin to win and each-way - BET NOW
Galvin almost pulled off a major gamble at Cheltenham in March, thwarted up the famous hill by fellow market leader Imperial Aura with the pair well clear of everything else.
Gordon Elliott's charge has made short work of both assignments since, winning a pair of races at Killarney over 2m5f in July and August, either side of being a late absentee from the Galway Plate where he was once again very strong in the betting.
He did as much as he needed to when winning a three-runner race last time and this is a more appealing test of his credentials, with some decent rivals in this Grade 3 event.
A Wave To The Sea was impressive on chase bow at Kilbeggan, while Sizing Pottsie was a winner in this grade at Navan (2m, heavy) in March before his jumping let him down at Thurles next time out. That was a second mishap in four stars over fences.
With more experience under his belt, Galvin can account for Joseph O'Brien's young pretender A Wave To The Sea to land the Like A Butterfly Novice Chase.
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Sunday's Horse Racing Frequently Asked Questions
What is the going at ParisLongchamp?
What is the going at Uttoxeter?
Good, Good to firm in places.A
What is the going at Tipperary?
Can I watch the racing from ParisLongchamp, Uttoxeter and Tipperary on TV?
Action from ParisLongchamp is on ITV, Uttoxeter is being shown on Sky Sports Racing, while Tipperary is on Racing TV.A
What is our recommended bet?
Emitom to win.A