Sweetspots: Kilim can have the layers screaming blue murder
John Berry is the top trainer at Brighton with seven winners from 20 runners, a 35 per cent strike-rate. His only runner of the day is course-and-distance winner Kilim in the 4.15.
Charlie Longsdon is ten from 82 with his bumper debutants – a 12 per cent strike-rate. That rises to an impressive four from 11 (36 per cent) at Worcester. Sunader, owned by Paul and Clare Rooney, makes his first start in the 4.05.
Mick Appleby has a notable 22 per cent strike-rate with horses having their first runs for him after changing yards. He is 29 from 131 with such runners and Topamichi makes his stable debut in the 5.25 at Carlisle after 331 days off the track.