Today on Sky Sports Racing: Plumpton, Windsor and Wolverhampton all live on busy Monday action | racing news

The week kicks off with action from Plumpton, Windsor and Wolverhampton on a brilliantly busy Monday on Sky Sports Racing.

3.55 Plumton Pasvolsky has four to beat for Gordon and Cannon

entity class three Aldaniti Association Handicap Chase (3.55) looks set to give local favorites Chris Gordon and Tom Cannon a chance to add to their impressive winner tally at Plumpton.

The pair have combined for three season-leading wins and are joined here by the race and distance winner. pavolsky.

I see you well return to a course in which he had two wins last season. Now that he’s back from a 178-day absence, the connections look forward to another big run.

freddy street makes a quick return to the track having won at Stratford two days ago, while the chasing one-time winner of Grade One the vertebra He has seemed like a shadow of his former self, but if he can find some of his former spark, he could play a role.

Gordon and Cannon link up later on the card in the Bob Champion Cancer Trust Beginners’ Handicap Chase (5.05) with the pursuit of hat-trick Bounty hunter.

Fairway Freddy in winning action at Plumpton
Fairway Freddy in winning action at Plumpton

3.00 Windsor Wisper is back for more after an impressive win

Wisper was a hugely eye-catching winner on this course just seven days ago and Marcus Tregoning hopes the 5-pound penalty won’t be enough to stop his progressive four-year-old filly in the Ultimate Jumps Guide At Handicap (3.00).

Another one who brings the winning way to this contest is Daniel and Clair Kubler. Andaleepwho was also last seen winning at this course and distance on the card last week.

he is a latch is another intriguing racer for Gary Moore, as the four-year-old has been off the track for 219 days but returns looking for a fourth spin win.

Moore also rides the top weight the whipping mastera winner on the track in June, downgraded after two poor finishes at Ascot and Epsom in recent months.

David Probert riding Wisper (centre facing, red and black cap) on his way to victory at Brighton
David Probert riding Wisper (centre facing, red and black cap) on his way to victory at Brighton

6.30 Wolverhampton Buckshaw Village takes on the unexposed Australian banker

Richard Hughes’ Australian bankers He only has five starts to his name and appears to be improving after backing up a win at Haydock with a decent effort at Nottingham.

Another three-year-old boy who will appear in the In The Races App Market Movers Handicap (6.30) it is manhattanvillewho has far more racetrack experience than Aussie Banker, but will need to end a streak of three consecutive third-place attempts if he wants to win this contest.

Buckshaw Town He gave his owners a big payday when he won in the Racing League, but he disappointed last time out at Newcastle.

Watch all the Plumpton, Windsor and Wolverhampton races live on Sky Sports Racing on Monday 17th October.

Betting race of the day

In The Races’ Alan Thomson…

the Breeders’ Cup On Sky Sports Handicap (3.35) It catches my eye betting with 11 runners declared for this three-year-old Class 5 contest over 10 furlongs and some tempting prices on display.

in an open contest IN TWELVE tick a lot of boxes. Steadily fueled by connections, he showed improvement in his last race and a previous third in able-bodied company at Ffos Las stands up to scrutiny.

Jim Boyle’s Nonsuch Lad fell short of home by a mile and three furlongs on his previous visit to the track in late June, but has since scored twice on today’s journey, at Doncaster (well-backed favourite) and Sandown.

Despite being over the highest rating of his career, Nonsuch Lad can go well together with a penalized By Your Side. Any significant rain would be a plus for By Your Side, as their best form has come with some cuts to the ground. Cheeks for the first time can achieve a little improvement at Chips And Rice.

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