There is plenty racing action to whet the appetite on Tuesday with six meetings across the UK and Ireland.
It all gets underway at Ayr (12:30-16:25, Flat) before Bangor (12:40-15:55, jumps), Sedgefield (13:50-17:45, jumps) and Wolverhampton (16:05-20:10, all-weather) join the fold in Britain. There's also action from Cork (13:45-17:35, Flat) and Punchestown (13:55-17:20, jumps) on a busy midweek afternoon.
Lock's Corner to win and each-way - BET NOW
Any strong market support for Twotwothree would be notable for the in-form Oliver Greenall yard but it's hard to escape the claims of the Lock's Corner for Jonjo O'Neill following his decisive success at Southwell over a similar trip last month.
That win ensured he's now 3-3 since a wind operation late last summer, having won both starts over hurdles at Huntingdon (2m) and Chepstow (2m3½f) in October/November.
Off the back of his layoff, he travelled ever so smoothly at Southwell and Richie McLernon did little more than urge him forward as he went and put more than eight-lengths between himself and the runner-up. He's been put up 10lb by the handicapper but a mark of 120 ought not to prevent the follow-up.
Harrison Point to win and each-way - BET NOW
Archie Watson's C&D winner Harrison Point still rates as an improving three-year-old despite finishing third here earlier in the month.
Oisin Murphy rode that afternoon and having cornered for home on the running rail, he opted to stay there to make his challenge. Ascension had first run on him and Andrea Atzeni - quite rightfully - shut the door on Murphy and Harrison Point at the furlong-pole before they were able to make ground up on the running rail.
Having changed course to get on the outside, Murphy's chance was gone and they ran out to the line, held in third spot.
Conditions here look ideal for a colt with three wins from six runs this season and, with his mark of 92 unchanged, he may well be able to give his elder rivals a beating.
Free Solo to win and each-way - BET NOW
The Jessica Harrington-Shane Foley team missed out on some big prizes over the weekend on both sides of the Irish Sea but perhaps their luck will turn here with Free Solo in the Listed Navigation Stakes.
Run over an extended-mile, the race has attracted a strong field of 10 runners, with Aidan O'Brien firing Keats and King Of Athens at the target and last year's winner rider Billy Lee set to partner the improving handicapper Could Be King for Ken Condon.
Plenty in with chances then and Free Solo must be amongst them. The Showcasing colt won a Leopardstown maiden on his second start last summer, with Group 3 winner and consistent performer in graded company Cormorant well held in fourth.
He then wasn't seen for 323 days before going off a 20/1 chance in the Irish 1,000 Guineas won by Siskin at the Curragh in June where he was outclassed. He was entitled to come on for that and duly did, chasing home Aztec Parade in a Listed race over 7f here earlier this month.
The Johnny Murtagh-trained winner made the most of setting the pace and held on well, but Free Solo ought to be suited back over this trip and has solid claims again with scope for further progress on just his fifth career start.
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Lock's Corner to win.
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