Champion Jockey Tony McCoy says he may be back to race in Carlisle before he retires.
McCoy, who announced his intention to hang up his boots at some stage this season, won his last race at the course yesterday.
And he says he hasn't ruled out returning once more.
AP McCoy will be in action at Carlisle Racecourse on Monday afternoon for what could be the last time in his career.
The former BBC Sports Personality of the Year announced earlier this month that this will be his last season before retiring, but he has not specified the date he will leave the sport.
McCoy, who has been champion for the last 19 years, has three rides at the city track's first fixture of 2015.
His career record of more than 4,000 wins includes 34 at Carlisle, and the Racecourse is hoping he will draw crowds.
"This is a rare - and possibly unique - chance to see the greatest ever jumps jockey in history in action again at our local track.
"It is also the first day of the school half-term holidays for many - and we hope lots of people can take the opportunity to come along and see one of the UK's greatest ever sporting champions close up in competitive action."
Large crowds are expected at Carlisle Racecourse today where one of the world's most successful jockeys is riding.
Champion jockey Tony McCoy will be riding in five races including on Cheltenham Gold Cup favourite Holywell.
The day is the richest in the racecourse's calendar with prize money of £90,000.
Other jockeys racing today include Ryan Mania from Galashiels who won the Grand National in 2013.
Jump racing returns to Carlisle Racecourse today, after a five-month break.
Some of Britain's top jockeys are competing, including Jason Maguire, who won the Grand National in 2011.
67 horses will be running, and the first race is at 2:10pm, with the final race at 5:20pm.
Britain's leading female jockey Hayley Turner is to compete for the first time at the world's only fixture exclusively for women riders.
Turner is booked for four rides at Carlisle Racecourse's Ultimate Ladies' Night fixture on Monday, 4 August, when every rider in all seven races will be a female jockey.
She will be competing against fellow professional and amateur riders to become the inaugural winner of the Durdar Trophy.
"It is great that I can make it up to Carlisle and Ultimate Ladies' Night this year. It is a unique event. I am looking forward to it - despite the journey up there from Newmarket!
"It is a fantastic meeting that showcases women jockeys’ talent and will encourage more women into racing. There are lots of girls at the moment that have got the ability and potential. It gives them all a chance. It is always nice to see the girls doing well.
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Jessie J was a hit in Carlisle this weekend as she performed to a crowd of 5,000 at Carlisle Racecourse.
The gig on Sunday, 27 July, was her first in city since 2011 when she performed at Radio 1's Big Weekend.
Kaiser Chiefs' Simon Rix told ITV Border they preferred to be in Carlisle rather than watching the Tour de France. The band are from Leeds, where the Yorkshire leg of the race departed from on Saturday:
More than 10,000 people watched the Kaiser Chiefs last night, the second-largest crowd in Carlisle Racecourse's history
What an unbelievable evening! We had some great racing, including a photo-finish in the feature race. And then the Kaiser Chiefs werejust something else. The response from the crowd, both in their numbers and enthusiasm, really was special and I'd like to thank everyone for their support. Ricky Wilson (lead singer) is a supreme showman - and we've got Jessie J here next on Sunday July 27 and then Wet Wet Wet at Ultimate Ladies' Night on Monday August 4. It's going to be along, hot summer at Carlisle Racecourse."