Action comes from Windsor and Lingfield on a competitive Monday before eyes turn to Royal Ascot, live on Sky Sports Racing.
The Sprint Series returns at Windsor (6:40), with the previously promising Cairn Gorm returning for the Kevin Philippart De Foy team.
He was a Group Three winner as a two-year-old but has struggled since then. However, he did finish a good third at Ascot in a Class 2 heat and was sold for 105,000 guineas at the Horses In Training sales.
The four-year-old also made a winning debut at this venue, but faces tough opposition headed by Asad – ridden by Hollie Doyle – who has put together a string of decent efforts.
In the opener (5:40), Raducanu, who was a one-time Royal Ascot hope, will bid to get off the mark at the third time of asking for Rod Millman, with Silvestre De Sousa in the saddle.
Big run from Big Meeting?
The afternoon racing comes from Lingfield, with Godolphin’s Big Meeting the headline act in the Follow @attheraces On Twitter Handicap (3:30).
The five-year-old gelding took a big step forward at Chelmsford when bolting up last time out, although this looks a deeper contest, with four of this field having won over the course and distance.
Another interesting contender is Aeonian from the Derby-winning Sir Michael Stoute outfit, who won on debut and has since finished third in a good event at Haydock – he could take some stopping in this grade on handicap debut for the Flaxman Stables.
Tawtheef goes for hat-trick
In the following race, Tawtheef – who took his 14 starts to get his first victory – bids for a hat-trick in the Royal Ascot On Sky Sports Racing Handicap (4:00).
The Patrick Chamings-trained gelding has been nudged up in the weights but should still go well, although he takes on the likes of Imperial Eclipse, who could improve on handicap debut after a gelding operation.
Sophie Leech’s Defildade is another interesting opponent, making his first start at Lingfield after finishing second at Wolverhampton last time out.
Watch every race from Windsor and Lingfield live on Sky Sports Racing (Sky 415 | Virgin 535) on Monday, June 13.