There are four meetings in Britain and Ireland on Tuesday and Racing Post tipster Graeme Rodway returns with his best bets across the cards.
The James Fanshawe-trained three-year-old has improved her Racing Post Rating with each of her three starts and her best effort yet came in a 1m1/2f maiden at Nottingham last month.
Emma Emilleen made most of the running that day and appeared set to hold on well inside the final furlong but she was run down near the line by the winner Crack Shot. The front two pulled two and a quarter lengths clear of the remainder and that gives the form a solid look.
The third was Godwinson, who ran out an impressive winner at Hamilton next time and even the fourth has run well in defeat subsequently, so a reproduction of that run might be enough.
The selection is a half-sister to a course-and-distance winner, so should be well suited by the step up in trip, and this surface also shouldn’t be any problem judging purely on her pedigree.
The At The Races App Form Study Handicap (4.15) at Wolverhampton is a competitive sprint handicap that can go to EXORBITANT for the in-form Lambourn trainer Clive Cox.
Exorbitant was down the field on his first two starts over sprint trips at Kempton and but took a big step forwards when only narrowly beaten at this track last time.
That race came over this 6f trip and the selection showed plenty of pace to lead. He was soon headed and briefly looked set to fall away, but I was impressed with the way he battled on for second. There was just half a length between him and the winner and the first two were clear.
This is a stronger race, but Exorbitant is clearly progressive and capable of better, so a mark of 62 might not be beyond him now that he is sent into handicap company for the first time.
North Yorkshire trainer Phil Kirby has never had a runner at Brighton but he sends two on the long journey south and Willing To Please looks like the pick of them, judging on her last start.
The six-year-old has dropped to a mark of 50, which gets her in nicely in the 0-50 Classified event, and she shaped like she could cash in on her fall in the weights when second last time at Ayr. She was beaten just a length and a quarter by the winner and was well clear of the rest.
That was probably a stronger race than this and Willing To Please was coming strong at the winner near the line. That suggests the step up to a mile (from 7f) should be in her favour.