Nick is joined by Racing Post writer Jonathan Harding to discuss the latest news and events from around the racing world. Today, they begin by contemplating whether the BHA will bother to reschedule the Clarence House Chase should the race be lost to the weather as looks likely. They also discuss the ramifications of the Danny Brock case with regard to inside information and the newly published Economic Impact Study on behalf of the TBA, whose Deputy Chairman Philip Newton joins the show. Punter and Gambling Industry analyst Neil Channing drops in to discuss the potentially groundbreaking sanctions applied to bookmaker TonyBet by the Gambling Commission, while Nick talks to 80-year old Luk Chin, who harbours ambitions to drive a harness racing Group One in his native New Zealand while still working as a consultant anaesthetist. Martin Kelly brings us the latest from Riyadh, Racing Welfare’s Jo White launches this year’s mass participation fundraiser, while trainer Jim Bolger gives us the lowdown on his Classic winner Mac Swiney, who goes under the GOFFS hammer tomorrow.