Nick is joined by broadcaster and writer Cornelius Lysaght to discuss the news and events from around the racing world today. Nick talks at some length to trainer William Haggas who reflects on Royal Ascot and outlines plans for Baaeed, Maljoom, My Propsero, Candleford and Sacred. Nick and Cornelius react to the fallout from the Westover jockey switch and Tuesday’s supplementary entry for the Irish Derby, while looking ahead to the Northumberland Plate. World Horse Welfare CEO Roly Owers tells Nick about the key findings from yesterday’s conference on the social licence in horse sport, GBR’s Rod Street launches a new marketing campaign for British Racing fronted by Jermaine Jenas, while point to point trainer Alan Hill talks about the sport’s challenges in the face of the loss of another key pointing venue at Barbury Castle. JA McGrath brings his weekly update from Hong Kong.