Anita Chambers brings you her selections for Wednesday's meetings in the UK & Ireland, including her nap in the Carlisle Bell.
BATH: 6.10 Choral Bee, 6.40 Mawaqeet, 7.10 Cool Hand Jake, 7.40 Blanc De Chine, 8.10 Kunzea, 8.40 Millibar, 9.10 Selinda.
CARLISLE: 2.00 Boom And Bloom, 2.30 Rocky Two, 3.00 Icelander, 3.30 BARWICK (NAP), 4.05 Eltheeb, 4.35 Ursula, 5.05 Pitkin.
KEMPTON: 6.20 Carpentras, 6.50 Waterford Star, 7.20 Snowboarder, 7.50 Athenian, 8.20 Janoub Nibras, 8.50 Planetoid, 9.20 Ezdeyaad.
NAAS: 6.00 Strapless, 6.30 Creek Falcon, 7.00 Wellmarked, 7.30 Lift The Gloom, 8.00 Aaraas, 8.30 Maundy Money, 9.00 Beat The Ballot.
SALISBURY: 2.20 Everleigh, 2.50 Digress, 3.20 Echion, 3.50 Riot Of Colour, 4.25 Roserrow, 4.55 Moon Trip, 5.25 Catflap, 5.55 Rapid Water.
WORCESTER: 2.10 Beside The Fire, 2.40 Nobunaga, 3.10 Definitely Glad, 3.40 Beattie Green, 4.15 The Darling Boy, 4.45 Battlecat, 5.15 Harry Tricker.
DOUBLE: Barwick and Roserrow.
Carlisle enjoy their biggest day of the year on Wednesday and it is Barwick who can claim the plaudits in the feature Lloyd Motor Group Carlisle Bell.
The extended seven-furlong heat is always keenly contested and in the lightly-raced Barwick, trainer Mark Tompkins has a horse bang in form.
Barwick began 2012 without a win in six starts but he has wasted little time since opening his account in a Yarmouth handicap in April.
The four-year-old came unstuck when second at Sandown next time up but the heavy ground that day possibly just took its toll as he stayed on without offering any extra.
A return to Yarmouth saw Barwick regain the winning thread earlier this month, though, staying on well to strike by just over a length in what was a fair contest.
The handicapper has raised him 6lb for that success but Barwick appeals as a horse with plenty more to give.
Tompkins is no mug when it comes to placing his horses to best advantage.
Eltheeb should be given another chance in the totepool.com Cumberland Plate after finishing lame when disappointing in the Zetland Gold Cup.
David O'Meara's charge was not without his supporters at Redcar but he was always in rear that day and something was evidently amiss.
Previously he had run a fine second at York, just going down by a head in a photo-finish after making his challenge widest of all the runners.
Things have not quite worked out for the five-year-old in three starts this term and with Eltheeb being left on a mark of 83, he is worth a shout.
Icelander can take top billing in the Lloyd Ltd Carlisle Bell Consolation Race, despite flopping on his handicap bow at Newbury last time.
Mark Johnston pitched him in at the deep end in the London Gold Cup - a race which featured subsequent Royal Ascot winner Thomas Chippendale - but this could be more his level.
Moon Trip can make it a double for the Johnston team in Salisbury's Ashbrittle Stud Bibury Cup Stakes.
He was just caught on the line at Musselburgh last time after making his break for home two furlongs out.
That marked a significant improvement in his form after a few disappointing efforts and it may just have been he needed his reappearance at Pontefract in April.
Moon Trip is pretty good when on form and could be tough to pass.
Roserrow appeals as a horse on the upgrade as he has just his fourth career start in the Molson Coors Noel Cannon Memorial Trophy Handicap.
A long way adrift on his debut in the Wood Ditton at Newmarket in April, Andrew Balding has since run his charge twice on the all-weather, notching a win at Lingfield before finishing a narrow second at Kempton.
While the switch back to turf is a question mark, Rosearrow can supply a favourable answer.
Ezdeyaad is worth watching in the Olly Murs Live At Kempton 17.08.12 Handicap at the Sunbury venue.
Third at the track last time, he still looked a bit ring-rusty that day and should be even better for this task.
Mawaqeet can score a first success in the BetVictor On Your Mobile Maiden Stakes at Bath, while Sure Thing is the choice in Worcester's Please Support Help For Heroes Today Novices' Hurdle.