DISCLAIMER: ODDS AND ARTICLE UPDATED 22/05/2018, 09:57.
Chepstow and Ayr guide us through the afternoon on Tuesday before a busy evening programme with meetings at Huntingdon (jumps), Hexham (jumps), Nottingham and Sligo in Ireland.
Our racing tips are here in search of those illusive winners.
Third Estate win and each way @ 8/1 - BET NOW
Third Estate won a bumper at Down Royal in 2016 before joining Neil King and has seemingly proved a little hard to train judged on the infrequency of his trips to the racetrack since. As such he remains lightly-raced and the best should be well ahead of him.
He was returning from more than 200 days off when running a decent race at Ludlow (2m5f, soft) last month in finishing a four-length third of 10. He carried his head somewhat awkwardly in that contest but did enough to suggest there will be races for him somewhere.
He's undergone a wind operation since that run four weeks ago and that could help bring about further improvement in his fortunes. The booking of champion jockey Richard Johnson to ride looks a positive one for this evening's race and they look a backable price in the racing betting.
Premier League win and each way @ 5/1 - BET NOW
Premier League comes back out quickly after a strong showing at Navan on Saturday and might be worth a chance against likely odds-on favourite Luzum here at the current racing odds.
Dermot Weld saddles the hotpot, who was a good third over a slightly shorter trip on handicap bow at Cork last time out on heavy going. He's unexposed and does have the potential for doing much better, but still has to prove he can do it.
Premier League on the other hand has an all-weather win at Dundalk last month on his record and ran to within less than a length of Julia's Magic at Navan on Saturday over the minimum trip.
He gets in here off the same handicap mark and will surely go close over this trip if turning up in a similar mood given that he races off a featherweight.
Verandah win and each way @ 11/4 - BET NOW
Verandah was turned over at odds-on last time out on her reappearance at Wolverhampton on the all-weather but she's worth giving another chance to.
In that race the Medician filly held the box seat turning into the home straight before veering across the track to an isolated perch on the nearside running rail and finishing fifth.
She was a good winner on debut last season at Kempton before running a really credible race behind this month's 1,000 Guineas heroine Billesdon Brook in a Group 3 at Goodwood. On that evidence, she's worth forgiving her indiscretion at Dunstall Park.
John Gosden's team remain in blistering form (15-53) and on this second start after a wind operation, Verandah can get back on track and look towards cementing a trip to Royal Ascot next month, where she still holds an entry in the Group 1 Coronation Cup.
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