Officials at Ascot have taken precautions against the weather to ensure racing goes ahead as planned this weekend.
News from Kempton where Second Thought impressed Robert Winston and George Baker and Timmy Murphy shared five winners.
News of the action from Ayr where Starchitect took a step towards Cheltenham with his first victory over fences.
Paul Nicholls has entered the exciting Politologue in Haydock's Star Sports Cheltenham Preview Evening Novices' Chase.
John Berry is against a proposed A-W track in Newmarket but Gay Kelleway is all for the plans branding Kempton 'a joke'.
The New One is on course to bid to win Saturday's Champion Hurdle Trial at Haydock for a third successive year.
Ante-post favourite Heartbreak City heads 29 horses standing their ground in the Coral.ie Handicap Hurdle at Leopardstown.
Suzy Smith is hopeful that Red Devil Star is bidding for back-to-back wins over fences at Newbury on Wednesday.
Decorated Knight stepped up his preparations for the Winter Derby Trial with a racecourse gallop at Kempton Park.
Joseph O'Brien would like to see more all-weather racing but doesn't want 'low grade horses racing for poor prize money'.
Ruby Walsh believes that Ar Mad will be 'a tough nut' for Un De Sceaux to crack in the Clarence House Chase at Ascot.
Beverley, Warwick and Wincanton racecourses have all announced new sponsorship deals.
Jockey Josh Cartwright allowed his mount to impede two horses so that his girlfriend could win a race at Morphetville.
Sire De Grugy will bypass an outing in Saturday's Berkshire Community Foundation Clarence House Chase at Ascot.
Nicky Henderson's Brain Power is set to take on Yanworth in the Contenders Hurdle at Sandown on February 4.
Yanworth is to have his prep run for the Champion Hurdle in the Betfred 'Follow Us On Twitter' Contenders Hurdle.
Harry Whittington believes the time is right to step up in trip with Charlemar following his fifth in the Tolworth Hurdle.
Henry de Bromhead is looking forward to testing Petit Mouchoir's Champion Hurdle credentials at Leopardstown on January 29.
Noel Fehily makes a quick return action at Exeter on Tuesday after escaping serious injury in a nasty fall at Warwick.
A review of the action from Plumpton on Monday, where Basten was a winner under Wayne Hutchinson in some popular colours.
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