Keighley's Brillare can continue her winning ways at Cheltenham
Newmarket: Anthony Burke
Deyaarna (7.45 Wolverhampton, nap)
Landed his maiden in good style at Chelmsford last month giving the impression there was plenty left in the locker. He should be capable of following up against inexperienced opposition with the track and surface certain to suit.
Doncaster 1.20 Dubhe 1.50 Gumriyah 2.25 Grandscape 3.00 Elusif 3.35 Hyperfocus 4.10 Key Bid 4.45 Ajman King 5.20 Ice Dancing.
Newbury 1.10 Profound 1.40 Jahaafel 2.15 Imperial Red 2.50 Precious Ramotswe 3.25 Royal Line 4.00 Executive Force 4.35 Alaadel 5.10 The New Pharaoh.
Wolverhampton 5.45 Treagus 6.15 Strictly Art 7.15 Eldritch 8.15 Luang Prabang.
Lambourn: James Burn
Cool Macavity(5.30 Cheltenham, nap)
A nine-year-old, who struck at Towcester last time out, relishes decent ground and can get the partnership between champion trainer Nicky Henderson and promising conditional James Bowen off to a fine start.
Others to follow
Cheltenham 2.35 Sceau Royal, 3.45 Beat That, 4.20 Morney Wing, 4.55 Dans Le Vant.
Doncaster 1.20 Regimented, 2.25 Breath Caught, 3.00 Epic Fantasy, 3.35 Shanghai Glory.
Newbury 1.10 Blue Mist, 1.40 Salute The Soldier, 2.15 Kasbaan, 2.50 Lady Valdean, 4.00 Redgrave.
North: Colin Russell
Fire Diamond(8.45 Wolverhampton, nap)
Yet to recapture his best form after being gelded, but shaped better on latest start. On a really good mark now and as he goes well here is fancied to regain winning ways.
Others to follow
Cheltenham 4.20 What Happens Now, 5.30 Our Kylie.
Doncaster 1.20 Che Bella, 1.50 Golden Guide, 3.00 Harry Callaghan, 3.35 Flying Pursuit, 4.10 Multellie, 4.45 Armandihan, 5.20 Sir Reginald Brown.
Newbury 1.10 Proschema, 2.50 Prying Pandora, 3.25 Time To Study, 4.00 Heaven's Rock, 4.35 Dalton, 5.10 Gabrial's Star.
Wolverhampton 5.45 Jorvik Prince, 6.15 Surround Sound, 6.45 Story Minister, 7.15 Sennockian Star, 7.45 Perfect Blue, 8.15 Kitten's Johnstown, 9.15 Magical Molly Joe.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
International Man(1.20 Doncaster)
Below his best in a couple of hot sprints but today's longer trip may bring out the best in Richard Fahey's youngster.
West Country: Tim Mitchell
Sporting Boy(4.20 Cheltenham, nap)
Won with plenty in hand when galloping his rivals into submission last time but has been hit hard by the handicapper for the future. However, before that comes into play he remains well-in here under a penalty and a bold bid can be expected.
Others to follow
Cheltenham 2.35 Movewiththetimes, 3.10 Fool To Cry, 3.45 Sizing Tennessee, 4.55 Slate House, 5.30 Dreamcatching.
Racing Post Ratings: Steve Mason
Brillare Momento(2.00 Cheltenham, nap)
Talented mare who won a listed race on the New Course in April, she rates the clear pick on the figures and may start at a bigger price than her form warrants.
Longshot: Ed Quigley
Kk Lexion (3.10 Cheltenham)
Form tailed off at end of last season on testing ground, but has gone well fresh in the past and will be much happier on this sounder surface.
Ireland: Tony O'Hehir
Park Row(8.30 Dundalk)
Twice a course winner – once over tonight's trip of almost 1m3f– the Johnny Feane-trained seven-year-old performed well on his most recent visit to this track when runner-up over a mile last month. Only one pound higher here, he gets the vote to score under Gary Halpin.
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