There's plenty of competitive racing action at Wincanton and Aintree on Sunday and the Racing Post's Gary Savage has unearthed some bets from both British venues.
With Oscars Moonshine, winner two years ago and a last-time-out winner for Paul Nicholls presumably taking up much of the market, this 17-runner handicap hurdle looks fair game for an each-way play with five places on offer.
Sheldon looks well handicapped on a return to hurdles, 5lb lower than when he was expected to win at Stratford on his last chase start, but trainer Seamus Mullins is 0-68 at this course in the last five years and this is presumably just a pipe-opener for fences.
Mikhailovich would have been tempting but for the recent rain, more looks likely to fall before racing, so I'm tempted to take a chance on the fitness of one of the seasonal debutants.
PHILLAPA SUE, for the nascent training combo of Graeme McPherson and David Killahena, won't mind what ground she encounters on this first start since April and looks decently-handicapped on plenty of recent runs.
Crucially she ran two very good races after breaks of 277 days and 322 days for Fergal O'Brien (when McPherson briefly joined forces with him) and with the stable having recently sent out their first winners under both codes she may be ready to do herself justice.
The Desert Orchid Silver Cup (3.29) is certainly a race worth targeting, but despite saddling plenty of runners and a few favourites in the last 10 years, Paul Nicholls has only had one winner so his pair of Enrilo and Switch Hitter look worth taking on.
Credo is a solid mare who stays very well, but she will find this test more difficult than the mares only races she has competed in for her entire career to date.
CERTAINLY RED, suited by both Wincanton (three from four) and ground with some give in it looks the one who is most likely to be suited by conditions and can continue on the upgrade.
He won three times over fences last season, twice here on good to soft, and although only seventh in the bet365 Gold Cup on his last start, that was still a good run and he has been dropped a handy 2lb for this return to his favourite track.
The 3lb additional allowance that jockeys riding for their own stable get in this conditionals' race has proved vital in this contest in recent years and that may well prove the case again here with the likes of Patrick Wadge, Tristan Durrell and Beau Morgan able to claim.
Of these, it is Dan Skelton's point winner, MYLESFROMWICKLOW, who looks the right one for today, as he has put up four nice performances so far in maiden and novice hurdles.
His most recent run was given a boost at Cheltenham on Friday, as the winner, Push The Button, ran an excellent race to be fourth in a very good novice hurdle.
That run, just behind one rated 135, makes Mylesfromwicklow look superbly treated off 118 after he was only narrowly outstayed by Push The Button when giving him 3lb at Worcester.
He is an imposing sort who should continue to improve and his handicap debut looks an ideal opportunity to open his account.
It's typical that just after everyone jumps on the Lucinda Russell bandwagon the wheels come loose, but don't let that put you off DO YOUR JOB, who was sent off as favourite for this race last year.
He made a jarring error four fences from home when going well and his season was pretty much a write-off from then on.
He hasn't run since the Peterborough Chase last December, an indication that all was surely not right with him, and he has switched to Russell's yard and had a wind op since that run.
The key to his chances, apart from being 4lb lower than last year, is that the ground according to the going stick is much softer this year than last despite similar descriptions and Do Your Job has good form on soft and indeed heavy ground.
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