CHEPSTOW: 2.10 Tomway, 2.40 Son Of May, 3.10 Yanza, 3.40 Upper Grosvenor, 4.10 Ghazeer, 4.40 Cuckoo Rock, 5.10 Rei D'Oro, 5.45 Iguacu.
LINGFIELD: 2.00 Marvo, 2.30 SCOTTISH VESPERS (NAP), 3.00 Steely, 3.30 Eurhythmic, 4.00 Dream Catcher, 4.30 Athenian, 5.00 Red Somerset, 5.30 Catchanova.
SEDGEFIELD: 6.00 Seren Gris, 6.30 Flinty Bay, 7.00 Beeves, 7.30 Alba King, 8.00 Karingreason, 8.30 Behindcloseddoors, 9.00 Grate Fella.
SLIGO: 5.40 Johannisberger, 6.10 Chasing Shadows, 6.40 Our Ollie, 7.10 Fairymount Lad, 7.40 Young Milly, 8.10 Clarach, 8.40 Glens Melody.
SOUTHWELL: 2.20 Beau Mistral, 2.50 Putin, 3.20 Wellingrove, 3.50 Enroller, 4.20 Sweetnessandlight, 4.50 The Lock Master, 5.20 Hab Reeh.
WORCESTER: 5.50 Kilshanna, 6.20 Top Smart, 6.50 Soulard, 7.20 Hinton Pilot, 7.50 It's Oscar, 8.20 Heezagrey, 8.50 Unwanted Gift.
DOUBLE: Scottish Vespers and Catchanova.
Scottish Vespers looks very hard to oppose in the News International Maiden Stakes at Lingfield.
Sir Michael Stoute's three-year-old went into many a notebook as a future winner of at least a race like this when third at Windsor last month.
That event gave the impression of him being above average, a view confirmed when winner Rosslyn Castle went on to score well at Chester.
Bred to be better as he matures, Scottish Vespers was plenty green enough and normal improvement from that debut makes him a fair prospect, despite not holding any big-race entries at this stage.
Catchanova can be given a strong chance in the Smiths News Handicap.
Eve Johnson Houghton's runner was unlucky not to be much closer than seventh at Kempton off a mark of 71, meeting traffic problems when challenging.
Dropped a couple of pounds, he now looks eminently well handicapped on the back of that run and Tom Queally takes the ride for the first time since scoring on the five-year-old last August.
Dream Catcher might be the interesting one in the Menzies Distribution Handicap.
On the face of it, Jonjo O'Neill's nine-year-old holds few secrets from the assessor but the booking of Ryan Moore is eyecatching to say the least.
It is worth checking to see if the market speaks in his favour.
Having been campaigned largely on the sand, Son Of May might be better for his second run back on turf in division one of the 32RedBet.com Classified Stakes at Chepstow.
Trained by the capable Jo Hughes, the Royal Applause filly was second at Catterick, where she actually bumped into a reasonably progressive animal for this level in the shape of Art Dzeko, a winner again since.
Rei D'Oro looks to be crying out for a step up in trip and gets the opportunity in the 32Red Handicap.
David Simcock's Seeking The Gold colt needed every yard of the extended mile to get off the mark at Wolverhampton, doing all of his best work late on.
This mile and a half should be perfect and he might easily be better than his initial mark of 75 if this distance proves his optimum.
Silvestre de Sousa's presence on Beau Mistral will hopefully be enough to swing things in her favour for the Follow Us On Twitter At Southwell-races Handicap at the Nottinghamshire track.
Paul Green's filly took to the Fibresand surface well when second last time out to the aforementioned Art Dzeko.
Soulard is the choice in the Ladbrokes Handicap Chase at Worcester while Karingreason can strike gold in the bet365.com Handicap Chase at Sedgefield.