Nick is joined by journalist and broadcaster Lydia Hislop to discuss the latest news and events from around the racing world. Among today’s talking points are the highlights from the final day of Newmarket’s July Festival, with Shaquille’s headline act eclipsed only by a display of absurd quality from City of Troy. His sire Justify was also responsible for Robert Papin winner Ramatuelle, whose trainer Christopher Head joins the show. William Muir gives an update on King George hopeful Pyledriver, Peter Burrell explains to Nick why he and Frankie Dettori have parted company after over 30 years, while Jasmine Firth tells us about the BHA’s Youth Collaboration Group. Lydia and Nick also talk about the threat to Irish Racing’s RACE Academy, and debate the merits of Persian Punch being amongst the nominees for Racing’s Hall of Fame.