In-form Nate The Great should be suited by the step up to a mile
Newmarket: David Milnes
Gorgeous Noora(7.45 Chelmsford, nap)
Has previous winning experience of the all-weather and is fancied to handle a step up in trip after her second in a better race at Haydock last time. Luca Cumani's filly has since worked well on the Limekilns.Others to follow
York 1.55 First Nation, 2.25 Stradivarius, 3.00 Legends Of War, 3.35 Blue Point, 4.50 Mystic Flight.
Ffos Las 2.15 Divine Gift, 2.50 Bernardo O'Reilly, 5.00 Sanam.
Newmarket 2.05 Dandhu, 2.40 Bhodi, 3.15 Sangarius, 3.45 Black Lotus, 4.20 Elasia, 4.55 Dance Teacher, 5.25 Breaking Records.
Salisbury 6.25 First Thought, 6.55 Dubai Dominion.
Chelmsford 5.45 Mysusy, 6.15 Volcanic Sky, 6.45 Casey Banter, 7.15 Fire Brigade, 8.15 Glenglade, 8.45 Distant Chimes.
Goodwood 5.35 Wise Ruler, 6.35 Roussel, 7.05 Trouble and Strife, 7.35 Amadine.
North: Richard Young
Eastern Racer(2.50 Ffos Las, nap)
In-form sprinter who makes a quick reappearance after winning over 5f at Thirsk on Monday. This longer trip is his favour and with the ground to suit, he is fancied to follow up.Others to follow
Chelmsford 5.45 Macho Lady, 6.15 Charlie D, 7.15 Malaspina, 7.45 Rebel Assault, 8.15 Zoffalee.
Ffos Las 1.45 Sesame, 3.25 Brandy Station, 4.30 Rock Force, 5.00 Royal Flag.
Goodwood 5.35 Sapa Inca, 6.05 Sir Victor.
Newmarket 2.05 Flighty Almighty, 2.40 Gateway, 3.45 Railport Dolly, 5.25 Seen The Lyte.
Salisbury 6.55 Arctic Sound.
York 1.55 Theglasgowwarrior, 3.00 Space Traveller, 3.35 Mabs Cross, 4.15 Commanding Officer, 4.50 Borodin.
Lambourn: James Burn
Nate The Great(6.55 Salisbury, nap)
Stepping up to a mile on a stiff track should help this likeable juvenile, whose trainer Archie Watson is optimistic of a bold show. That is not hard to envisage given the Nathaniel colt's form this season.Others to follow
Chelmsford 5.45 Running Tide, 7.15 Manson, 8.15 King Of Nepal.
Ffos Las 1.45 Improvising, 2.15 Momkin, 2.50 Upstaging, 4.00 Spirit Of Appin, 4.30 Armed, 5.00 Cosmogyral.
Goodwood 5.05 Cent Flying, 6.35 Snazzy Jazzy, 7.05 Masters Apprentice, 7.35 Simply Breathless.
Newmarket 2.40 Data Protection, 3.45 Autumn Leaves, 5.25 Choosey.
Salisbury 5.15 Misu Pete, 5.50 Flashcard.
York 1.55 Never Surrender, 2.25 Count Octave, 3.00 Chuck Willis, 3.35 Battaash, 4.15 Barys, 4.50 Crack On Crack On.
West Country:Tim Mitchell
Sweet Pursuit(2.50 Ffos Las, nap)
Progressive filly who made it a hat-trick of wins over course and distance when winning with something in hand earlier this month. Fancied to take the beating under her penalty and can maintain her unbeaten status at the track.Others to follow
Goodwood 6.05 Steeve, 7.35 Daddies Girl.
Salisbury 5.15 Mister Musicmaster, 5.50 John Betjeman, 7.25 Classic Casque.
Racing Post Ratings: Sam Walker
Looks a player judged on his easy course-and-distance success two starts back and his latest defeat wasn't a bad effort considering he was tackling 1m6f for the first time.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Has been in fine form this season and could gain further rewards for his consistency.
Longshot: Samuel King
Hugo Palmer's three-year-old can go well in an open-looking handicap to start the day. He looks unexposed and could be open to further progression with the step up in trip likely to suit.
Honor Oak(5.20 Killarney)
The Tom Hogan-trained six-year-old performed well twice at the Galway festival, finishing second and then benefitting from positive tactics to score by eight lengths over this mile trip. A close third over7f at Cork on her most recent starts, she can return to winning ways under 7lb claimer Ben Coen.
The Raceform Interactive nugget
Sir Michael Stoute has had two winners, two seconds and a third in the last nine runnings of the Sky Bet Handicap at York over 1m4f (+£15 to £1 level stakes).Melting Dew can enhance that impressive record at 1.55.
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