Flat meetings are the order of the day today with racing coming from Beverley, Sandown, Yarmouth and Naas in Ireland, while Kelso hosts an afternoon jumps fixture.

Sandown’s eight-race card includes the Listed Chasemore Farm Fortune Stakes (1m) in which a field of six go to post. The likely favourite is the Richard Hannon-trained King Of Change, who hasn’t been seen since finishing second to Magna Grecia in the 2,000 Guineas in May.

His opponents include the John Gosden-trained Turgenev, former South African performer Last Winter, now based with Sir Michael Stoute, and Prince Eiji, who cost the princely sum of 2.6 million guineas as a yearling and makes his seasonal debut for the Roger Varian stable.

Over at Yarmouth, the seaside track’s feature race of the day is the Listed John Musker Fillies’ Stakes (1m2f) with the improving Fanny Logan looking the one to beat.

The third and final stakes race in Europe is the Listed Prix Coronation (1m) at Saint-Cloud for three-year-old fillies. The field of 12 includes the James Fanshawe-trained Audarya and Ya Hala representing Charlie Appleby.

Pearl Secret filly tops first day of Goffs UK September Sale

The Salcey Forest Stud-consigned Pearl Secret filly out of Breda Castle topped the first day of the Goffs UK September Sale on Tuesday, selling to Paul Murphy for £20,000.

She hails from the family of Listed winner Queen Of Ice, Lillie Langtry Stakes scorer Pilaster and Spacious, winner of the Windsor Forest and May Hill Stakes.

The Goffs UK September Sale concludes today with a horses-in-training session.

Scott on the move

Trainer George Scott is to move from Saffron House Stables to Eve Lodge Stables on Newmarket’s Hamilton Road next week.

Scott has been based at Saffron House for four years but the move to Eve Lodge Stables will increase his number of boxes to 80. The new facilities also include an indoor school, two horse walkers, large turn-out paddocks and a treadmill.