Frankie Dettori is hoping to get clearance early next week from the French authorities to return to race-riding.
Haydock Park on Merseyside replaced Newton racecourse in the late 19th century. Today it hosts flat and National Hunt racing of the highest level, including the Sprint Cup and Betfair Chase.
Going: Good to Firm
1st Dolphin Village 5/1
2nd Beat The Tide 7/1
3rd Sabre Rock 8/1
Causeway Foot, Star Of Mayfair(8 Ran)
1st Red Lady 25/1
2nd Stepping Out 5/1
3rd Sefaat 25/1
Queenies Home(14 Ran)
1st Lord Ashley 5/2 F
2nd Red Refraction 15/2
Red Explorer(7 Ran)
1st Kohlaan 13/8 F
2nd Storming 3/1
Old Man Clegg, Polar Chief, Stepping Ahead(5 Ran)
1st Stresa 7/4 F
2nd Pressure Point 11/2
3rd Brave Acclaim 40/1
Our columnist and top trainer Richard Fahey with all the latest on his runners at four meetings on Saturday.
Replay our latest chat with star Racing UK and Channel 4 analyst Graham Cunningham.
Ben Linfoot seeks out the value at Haydock and York on Saturday and he's backing four horses at double-figure prices.
Channel 4 commentator Simon Holt previews Saturday's feature action on both sides of the Irish Sea.
Man On The Spot previews a bumper terrestrial TV programme on Saturday and he fancies Reckless Abandon.
Alex Hammond previews the weekend's action in her latest column and she's keen on Magician in the Irish Guineas.
Chris Wilson believes Reckless Abandon is the way forward at Haydock on Saturday; he has a selection for every race.
We analyse the last 10 renewals of Saturday's betfred.com Silver Bowl from Haydock Park and pick out the key statistics.
Ian Brindle's horse-by-horse guide to Saturday's Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas at the Curragh.