Cheltenam De Vaige can build on promising first run for O'Brien at Huntingdon
Lambourn: James Burn
Call Me Lord(2.10 Huntingdon, nap)
Lightly raced and looked a good prospect when winning on his British debut in the spring. A mark of 143 does not makeit straightforward, but it is hoped he can overcome that for Nicky Henderson, who does well at the track.
Others to follow
Huntingdon 1.10 Canyon City, 3.40 Myboysam.
Lingfield 12.50 Frizzle, 1.20 Voie Dans Voie, 2.20 Amadeus Rox.
Worcester 2.30 Stonemadforspeed.
West Country:Tim Mitchell
Onefortheroadtom(2.00 Worcester, nap)
Winning Irish pointer who sets a decent standard after beating Lalor on hurdling and stable debut for Harry Fry. Exciting prospect who is fancied to follow up under a penalty.
Others to follow
Lingfield 12.50 Royalewhit, 1.50 Arden Denis, 2.50 Allee Bleue, 3.20 Gabrial The Great.
Huntingdon 2.10 High Secret, 2.40 Scoop The Pot.
Worcester 1.00 Tommy Silver, 1.30 Perfect Timing, 2.30 Degooch, 3.00 Rainy Day Dylan, 3.30 Green Or Black.
Racing Post Ratings: Steve Mason
Arthur's Gift(2.30 Worcester, nap)
Posted a career-best figure when finishing runner-up over course and distance last month and a 6lb rise in the handicap should not stop him going one better here.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Cheltenam De Vaige(3.10 Huntingdon)
Found one too good at Plumpton last month on his first run for Fergal O'Brien and can belatedly break his duck.
Longshot: Ed Quigley
Red Hanrahan(1.30 Worcester)
Ran no sort of race when last seen, but has been freshened up and could have more to offer from a mark of 126.
There are no tips from Newmarket, the North and Ireland on Tuesday