We've got selections for Tuesday's meeting at Doncaster ahead of the action on Town Moor.
Turn To Rock to win and each-way - BET NOW
Penalised Ayr winner Mr Wagyu comes here looking to follow up his win eight days ago, but he had little to spare then and needs to raise his game once more having gone up 5lb.
Also raised that amount on a last-time-out win is Turn To Rock, last spotted scoring on the Polytrack at Kempton Park in the autumn on what proved his final outing for trainer Ed Walker.
He had proved to be fairly consistent in handicaps on the all-weather prior to the decisive win from Global Hope and there's got to be a strong chance of better to come for new handler Jedd O'Keefe.
He's only had eight starts so far and makes his first appearance on grass today. A mark of 72 should be within his compass and further progress is likely in the coming months. Any market confidence here would be noted.
Some Nightmare to win and each-way - BET NOW
Both Some Nightmare and Giants Steps finished second on their recent debuts for new connections, the former after arriving from Gordon Elliott's in Ireland and the latter a French import.
Giants Steps outran a big price on the all-weather at Chelmsford and is respected here with Adam Kirby taking over, but preference is for Luke Morris' mount.
He didn't get the best of starts at Chepstow last time over 5f but finished strongly in third spot, leaving the impression he'll be well suited going back up to 6f here, all the more so if he can get a clean break from the gates.
He's much lower in the weights compared to what is likely going to be his main market rival and Some Nightmare can take advantage.
Semser to win and each-way - BET NOW
The Roger Varian-trained Semser can open his account at the second time of asking here after a promising second at Kempton on debut.
The Siyouni colt made a lot of the running there but had no answer late on the Raatea came with a decisive winning run to score nicely.
Semser held on well for second spot and the winner gave the form a positive look on Saturday at Newmarket when coming off third best in a three-way photo finish in a Class 2 handicap behind two rivals rate in 90s.
Semser should improve for the experience of that debut run and looks a likely scorer for the Varian team at a yard boasted a superb 26 per-cent strike-rate with his 27 runners last year.
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Good to firm.
Semser to win.