Melbourne Cup turns into Breeders' Cup brilliance in international week monday Kempton hosts a host of actions listed

on his flat card and floodlit stakes (4.13) where Royal Ascot winners Candleford are looking to get back on the winning track.

It hosts the London Middle Distance Series Final (4.45). Told Galway and Wolverhampton make it a busy start to the week.

Tuesday The British duo Deauville Legend and Without a Fight is the most prominent in the market. The 2019 winner Wove & Declare is 

back, with Jailed 2020 Derby hero Serpentine Outsiders. Warwick in the UK hosts a good host of interesting jump cards titled by 2m4f 

novice Chase (2.05), Skytastic, Stage Star, West Cork as well as Intern de Civola hoping to debut in the chase of victory.

Wednesday Musselberg and Chepstow make a good host of jumps and the latter is the fascinating 2m novice hurdles chase

(2.52) Solo and No Risk des Flos return. Thursday Newbury hosts its own jumps season which also includes a 2m½f bumper

(4.12) that produced the likes of Burbank, Tidal Flow, Petrosian as well as Skytastic sometime back.

Sedgefield, Thurles and Ludlow host jump action well, Chelmsford's evening all-weather card being the flat meeting of the day.

Friday The Breeders' Cup in Keeneland begins with four Grade 1 races. Juvenile turf will be at sprint (7.00),

The day ended with an all-weather card from Newcastle. Saturday The Breeders' Cup promises to be an exciting one with nine

Grade 1 competitions including the Classic (9.40) Jump meetings at Kelso and Down Royal and flat card afternoon action at Doncaster,

sunday The return with the first jump meeting of the sanddown season features the Future Stars Intermediate Chase (2.35).