AINTREE: 5.20 Aneyeforaneye, 5.55 One Term, 6.30 Lidar, 7.05 Clerk's Choice, 7.40 Turko, 8.15 Lets Get Serious, 8.50 Best Director
DUNDALK: 5.50 Almanack, 6.20 Exhortation, 6.50 Eurosmart Lady, 7.20 Baitsileir, 7.50 Fluidity, 8.20 Hawkswood, 8.50 Gort Na Mona, 9.15 Night Glimmer
HAMILTON: 5.45 Opt Out, 6.15 Circuitous, 6.50 Fortieth And Fifth, 7.25 Free Art, 8.00 Gulf Of Naples, 8.35 Galician, 9.10 Frequency
NEWBURY: 1.40 Mysterial, 2.10 Firdaws, 2.40 Osgood, 3.10 Ishi Honest, 3.45 Deia Sunrise, 4.20 Burwaaz, 4.55 Lady Rosamunde
NEWCASTLE: 5.35 Run Fat Lass Run, 6.05 Linroyale Boy, 6.40 Gangsterbanksters, 7.15 Amazing Blue Sky, 7.50 Categorical, 8.25 Rigolleto, 9.00 Untold Melody
NEWMARKET: 2.20 Blue Nova, 2.50 Twelve Strings, 3.20 Heavy Metal, 3.55 Dick Doughtywylie, 4.30 Openly, 5.05 Norse Blues, 5.40 Midnight Rider
YORK: 1.30 Ceiling Kitty, 2.00 Spifer, 2.30 HARRIS TWEED (NAP), 3.00 Hello Glory, 3.35 Dreaming Of Rubies, 4.10 Media Hype, 4.45 Daneking
DOUBLE: Harris Tweed and Firdaws
Harris Tweed can consolidate upon a striking seasonal debut at Newbury by winning the sportingbet Yorkshire Cup.
Trainer William Haggas has always thought quite a bit of the five-year-old gelding - and with just cause given he has only finished out of the frame in four of his 15 starts.
The former Sir Mark Prescott inmate seemingly took his game to the next level at Newbury last month, though, when he claimed the John Porter by five lengths.
Although it is fair comment to suggest Harris Tweed has not quite proven his stamina for two miles - he faded badly at the business end of last season's Lonsdale on the Knavesmire - a mile and three-quarters looks his ideal trip at this stage of the game.
Haggas' representative is well known for appreciating a bit of dig in the ground, so connections will be buoyed by the wet forecast ahead of this Group Two, which has perhaps weakened slightly by the defection of Opinion Poll.
The two Listed races on the card are far murkier from a betting point of view, but Ceiling Kitty is perhaps worth an interest in the Langleys Solicitors LLP EBF Fillies' Stakes.
Tom Dascombe's filly will not want a quagmire - she became stuck in the mud at Beverley on her penultimate start - but made quite a splash when victorious at Kempton earlier in the month.
She has a big engine for one so young.
Hello Glory is the highest-rated horse in the Michael Seely Memorial Stakes, having finished third in the Lowther Stakes here last August, and could be an even nicer prospect campaigned over a mile.
Firdaws can emerge the luminary on a really sharp card at Newbury.
Roger Varian's three-year-old did really well as a juvenile, finishing third in the Fillies' Mile, and has reportedly strengthened up over the winter.
The Swettenham Stud Fillies' Trial Stakes looks a logical first port of call for the daughter of Mr Greeley, who should enjoy moving up to a mile and a quarter.
The luckless Burwaaz should also be given another try in the Bathwick Tyres Carnarvon Stakes.
Gulf Of Naples looks an engaging entry in the William Hill Braveheart Handicap at Hamilton.
Trainer Mark Johnston has a superb record at the Scottish circuit and also runs recent Newmarket scorer Ithoughtitwasover.
Preference is for Gulf Of Naples, though, who ran a blinder from an awful draw in the Chester Cup and will be unfazed by this big descent in trip.
Dick Doughtywylie looks to have have far less on his plate at Newmarket than on his two other starts this season.
John Gosden's inmate has struggled in exceedingly competitive races, but the Edmondson Hall Solicitors & Sports Lawyers Handicap looks a little easier on his revised rating.
The likelihood of better ground is also a boon.
Linroyale Boy showed a hint of ability in winter maidens on the all-weather, and could be particularly well treated on his handicap bow at Newcastle.
Although he disappointed over a sprint trip at Pontefract last time, the return to a mile in the Escott Signs Handicap looks a shrewd manoeuvre by Alan Swinbank.
Aneyeforaneye can dish out weight and a beating on a strong evening card at Aintree.
Malcolm Jefferson's six-year-old turned in a smart effort at Ayr last month, when second over two miles to Cool Baranca.
She might have even got closer to the winner, but for a bad mistake two out.
The extra half a furlong of the Betdaq Mobile Apps Conditional Jockeys' Mares' Handicap Hurdle also looks made to measure.
One Term was not entirely fluent when victorious at Ludlow in April, yet looks well primed for a double in the Bet Angel For Betdaq Novices' Hurdle.
The five-year-old gelding is still getting to grips with hurdling, but is clearly on an upward trajectory.
One Term, who will also appreciate any cut in the ground on Merseyside, looks good enough to handle a 9lb rise here.