At the moment, racing is due to go ahead at Ascot with the Long Walk and Ladbroke Hurdles sharing centre stage.
Rory Jiwani of StanJames.com said, "It's been a fairly quiet morning with punters probably waiting to see if racing will actually go ahead. There's only light drizzle currently so hopefully we'll get this card on although the ground will be extremely testing.
"Alan King saddles the favourites for the two big races on the card but his form hasn't been the best of late. Smad Place has been popular for the Long Walk at 2.00 but until 12, we'll be the top price in the village about the five-year-old which is currently 9/4. Master Of The Hall has been popular before today and is 8/1 with Nick Williams' Reve Di Sivola 4/1 from 5/1.
"We're top price every runner in the Ladbroke at 3.10 with King's Balder Succes the 8/1 favourite despite the poor record of four-year-olds in the race. Nicky Henderson's Cash And Go is next best at 17/2 and the top two are our worst results in the book.
"King also trains the favourite in the Silver Cup at 2.35 in Hold On Julio and he's currently 5/2. Mud-loving Hey Big Spender is 3/1 from 7/2 for the Timailzzards.
"Philip Hobbs took the opener at Ascot yesterday and his top-weight De La Bech is 10/3 favourite from 4/1 in the handicap hurdle at 12.55. David Pipe's Wings Of Icarus is 7/1 from 9/1.
"Ian Williams' Solix is weak in the graduation chase at 1.30. He was 5/6 early this morning but the former Nicky Henderson-inmate is out to 6/5 with Cedre Blue in to 11/8 for Paul Nicholls.
"Nicholls' Ulck Du Lin was miles ahead of the handicapper when landing a huge gamble at the end of Hennessy day and we're taking no chances in the last at 3.40. He was as short as 11/8 this morning although he's since eased to 6/4. Gary Moore's Vino Griego is 5/1 from 7/1 in conditions he should relish."