Tom in for Nick and joined by senior writer at the Racing Post Lee Mottershead. We start with news that Freddy Tylicki has won his high court case brought against fellow rider Graham Gibbons and what this might mean for the sport. There is also news that PJA Chief Executive Paul Struthers has stood down and Lee gives his views. With Covid wreaking havoc across the UK and further restrictions now imposed in Scotland, we discuss what might be on the agenda for England ahead of a busy festive period and Kempton Park’s General Manager Simon Durrant joins us to look ahead to Boxing Day. Trainer Lucinda Russell confirms Ahoy Senor is an intended runner in the Kauto Star on that day and Gavin Cromwell is along to talk of his plans for the likes of Vanillier, Gabynako and Flooring Porter. Plus Jim McGrath gives us the latest from Hong Kong.