Ashley Iveson has a selection for every UK and Irish race on Monday, with Danchai the nap at Hamilton.
BALLINROBE: 3.45 Unoccupied, 4.15 Brabazon, 4.45 Ancient Days, 5.15 Kims Dream,5.45 Plan A, 6.15 Weslife, 6.45 Sin Palo.
FAIRYHOUSE: 3.35 Hazy Glow, 4.05 Timar, 4.35 Henry Higgins, 5.05 Royal Empress, 5.35 Cul Baire, 6.05 Positive Vibes, 6.35 Maude Adams.
HAMILTON: 1.40 Moe's Place, 2.10 Haajes, 2.40 Miami Gator, 3.10 DANCHAI (NAP), 3.40 Lanarkshire, 4.10 Jebel Tara, 4.40 George Fenton, 5.10 Lady Del Sol.
KEMPTON: 2.20 Entrapping, 2.50 Valley Of Wings, 3.20 Mar Mar, 3.50 Playbill, 4.20 Poole Harbour, 4.50 Tiger Cliff, 5.20 Golden Tempest, 5.50 Dubawi Island.
LEICESTER: 2.30 Bravo Youmzain, 3.00 Meet Me Halfway, 3.30 Marford Missile, 4.00 Swiss Cross, 4.30 Scarlet Prince, 5.00 Dynastic, 5.30 Mount Mayday.
DOUBLE: Danchai and Bravo Youmzain
Danchai can make the long journey to Scotland worthwhile by getting off the mark in the Bet totepool Text tote To 89660 Maiden Stakes at Hamilton.
Newmarket handler William Haggas has unsurprisingly run just a handful of horses in Lanarkshire, but his record of five winners from 12 runners in the last five seasons is pretty impressive.
Danchai is a gelded son of Authorized who has run just once, finishing second in a Newmarket maiden last October when trained by David Lanigan.
The winner, Kiz Kulesi, is now an 88-rated handicapper, while the third, fourth, fifth and sixth have all enjoyed subsequent success.
Danchai has presumably had one or two issues having not run in so long, but Haggas could easily have run his charge closer to home if he was just out for a spin and he seems to have found the perfect race for him to make a winning return.
The aptly-named Lanarkshire runs in the county after which he is named for the first time and is certainly not without a chance in the Racing Post Form With totepool Handicap.
Mark Johnston's chestnut let down favourite backers on his Wolverhampton debut in January, but has progressed nicely since.
A creditable fourth at Lingfield was followed by a first victory at Southwell and while he disappointed in the mud at Carlisle, he can be forgiven that as it was his first outing in almost six months.
He has been dropped a couple of pounds by the handicapper and it would be no surprise to see a much-improved performance for his in-form trainer.
Poole Harbour can make the most of a marked drop in grade in the 32Red Handicap at Kempton.
The three-year-old looked really smart when winning round here back in May, but while he followed up on his handicap debut at Ffos Las, things have not gone entirely to script since.
Richard Hannon's charge ran creditably at Ascot, but failed to get competitive at Glorious Goodwood and while running better at Newmarket, he then ran deplorably at York.
All that said, he obviously handles this surface and this is his easiest task for some time, so there is every chance he can add to the ever-increasing tally of champion jockey-elect Richard Hughes.
An interesting British Stallion Studs Supporting British Racing EBF Kegworth Novice Stakes kicks off proceedings at Leicester, with Bravo Youmzain getting the nod over four talented opponents.
The Marco Botti-trained selection remains a maiden after three starts, but he has been unlucky to bump into some talented opponents.
He was just three-quarters of a length behind subsequent Listed-race winner Boomshackerlacker on his Newmarket debut and was then third at Salisbury behind a filly who is now rated 90.
He bumped into the very smart Cour Valant at Nottingham, a horse with Group-race aspirations after following up at Doncaster, so all in all Bravo Youmzain has not done a lot wrong.
This will not be a straightforward task, but few would begrudge him an overdue success.