ASCOT: 1.45 Miss Noble, 2.20 Aiken, 2.50 Certral, 3.25 BONNIE BRAE (NAP), 4.00 Hototo, 4.35 Rothesay Chancer, 5.10 Bunce, 5.40 Grumeti.
HAYDOCK: 2.00 Pateese, 2.35 Barracuda Boy, 3.05 Our Jonathan, 3.40 Saphir River, 4.15 Red Jazz, 4.50 Clare Island Boy, 5.25 Sugar Hiccup.
KILBEGGAN: 5.25 Westhaven, 5.55 Supreme Carolina, 6.25 Ross Na Righ, 6.55 Sergent Guib's, 7.25 Benash, 7.55 Galant Ferns, 8.25 Kilavalley.
LINGFIELD: 2.10 Chachamaidee, 2.40 Vow, 3.10 Goldoni, 3.45 Kings Gambit, 4.20 Double Dealer, 4.55 Choral.
NOTTINGHAM: 2.15 Triple Dream, 2.45 Kashmiri Star, 3.15 Local Hero, 3.50 Ladies Are Forever, 4.25 Spirit Of The Law, 5.00 Pius Parker, 5.30 Join Up.
THIRSK: 6.15 Red Scintilla, 6.45 Needy McCredie, 7.15 Lordofthehouse, 7.45 Save The Bees, 8.15 Regal Swain, 8.45 Trade Secret.
WARWICK: 6.05 Hanahoe, 6.35 Buyers Premium, 7.05 Azulada Bay, 7.35 Laughton Park, 8.05 Dontpaytheferryman, 8.35 Crowcombe Park.
DOUBLE: Bonnie Brae and Vow.
Bonnie Brae is quite a confident selection to take top honours in the Betfred Victoria Cup at Ascot.
The ability to deal with a quagmire is likely to be key when unpicking this esteemed seven-furlong handicap.
To that end, David Elsworth's five-year-old mare neatly ticks that particular box.
Bonnie Brae won by a length in a big-field handicap on soft ground at Doncaster last November, which was her final outing of the season.
She was also victorious at Salisbury in similar conditions last summer.
Despite racing off a 6lb higher mark than at Doncaster, Elsworth's charge is a past-master in hurly-burly handicaps of this nature and is, intriguingly, due to be ridden by Ryan Moore.
An Epsom Derby trial staged on the all-weather is a curious concept, but that should still not put anybody off from supporting Goldoni.
Andrew Balding thinks very highly of this gelding, who will be raring to go after two good efforts this spring.
And while the form from his Epsom victory, in which he defeated Mister Music by half a length, could be called into question, he has clearly made big strides from two to three.
Although he is ineligible for the Derby, the son of Dylan Thomas looks to be crying out for this longer trip, especially on pedigree, and should have no issues competing on the Polytrack.
Vow is also an engaging entry in the Betfred "The Bonus King" Oaks Trial Stakes.
Johnny Murtagh again comes over from Ireland to ride this Motivator filly, who made a superb debut at Newbury last month.
William Haggas' three-year-old overcame clear traits of naivety to defeat Everlong in a hot fillies' maiden which is sure to work out well.
A half-sister to the likes of Beaten Up and Harris Tweed, Vow will relish the transition to a mile and a half.
Epsom will come calling with a big display here.
There is something on offer for most equine tastes on a mixed card at Haydock featuring jumps and Flat racing.
Of the action on the level, Our Jonathan is taken to shine in the Network Healthcare Conditions Stakes.
Last season's Ayr Gold Cup winner disappointed on his final start last year when he finished down the field in the Wentworth Stakes at Doncaster.
That was not a true reflection of his form, however, as trainer Kevin Ryan said afterwards he twisted his near-fore shoe.
Although Merseyside has surprisingly escaped the worst of the weather, there should still be plenty of dig in the ground, which always plays to Our Jonathan's strengths.
Saphir River, meanwhile, should be followed in the jumps highlight, the Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle.
The Swinton Hurdle, in its old guise, does not appear to contain a world-beater this year, so it might be worth taking a chance on Michael Scudamore's grey.
Saphir River has had just two starts for the Bromsash handler, having been expensively purchased from France, where he was a Grade One runner-up.
His most recent effort over hurdles, when he came from a mile back to take fourth spot in Listed company at Aintree, suggests he has a bright future in his new discipline.
A mark of 139 gives Scudamore something to work with, while his Flat speed should mesh nicely with this switch to two miles.
Highlight on Nottingham's card is the Listed Weatherbys Bloodstock Insurance Kilvington Fillies' Stakes, which represents a good opportunity for Ladies Are Forever.
Geoff Oldroyd's Group Three-winning filly might not have conditions loaded in her favour, but she is better than most of these on the ratings.
Connections have always said she would be a far sharper prospect as a four-year-old, while she has gone very well fresh before in the past.
Haggas should have a good evening at Thirsk, too, where the progressive Lordofthehouse is taken to pick up where he left off last season in the GT Group Handicap.
Buyers Premium should also go well in the Psa Peugeot Mares' "National Hunt" Maiden Hurdle at Warwick's hastily-arranged jumps fixture.