There are five racing meetings to look forward to on Wednesday when the action comes from Beverley (13.15-17.05, Flat), Kelso (15.40-19.10, jumps), Sandown (14.15-17.30, Flat), Yarmouth (14.00-17.20, Flat) and Cork (13.00-16.55, Flat).
We have three selections to follow, including in the race of the day from Sandown - the Listed Chasemore Farm Fortune Stakes.
Montatham to win and each-way - BET NOW
It's not hard to see the William Haggas-trained Montatham scoring at this level after some excellent performances in tough handicaps this summer.
In four starts so far, he's earned three wins and gone down fighting on his sword when second to Dark Vision in the Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot in June. That form was reversed by the tenacious Montatham over this C&D the following month.
He gives his all in each race and will be suited by conditions here. This is competitive for sure, with Motakhayyel, Zaaki and Epic Hero respected opponents, but the Haggas gelding looks capable of making his mark in this Listed grade with the form of last month's win at York having been firmly boosted by the second and third since.
Dublin Pharoah to win and each-way - BET NOW
There should be more to come from Dublin Pharoah on the back of his handicap debut at Newmarket 18 days ago. Roger Varian's colt was back from a lay-off there and that, allied to the soft ground, appeared to be the undoing of him as he didn't find much when push came to shove late on.
He's better judged on the promise of his novice win at Lingfield back in February. The son of American Pharoah was fancied for that mile contest but appeared to be in some bother turning for home as Behind The Wall pinched a nice lead. Once Andrea Atzeni got his mount into full cry, Dublin Pharoah really gobbled up the ground to win going away.
On that evidence, this mile and a quarter trip will surely suit and, with fitness now boosted and a better surface to race on, William Buick's mount can build on that promise with a mark of 81 sure to be within his grasp.
Global Esteem to win and each-way - BET NOW
Gay Kellaway's recent C&D winner Global Esteem looks a progressive three-year-old worth siding with again, despite a 5lb rise in the ratings.
The Kodiac gelding was second on seasonal/handicap bow at Sandown (7f, good to firm) in July behind Gypsy Whisper and that form is strong. The winner (and favourite on the day) defied a 7lb penalty to score again over the same C&D on his next start, while the fourth and sixth home were also next-time out winners.
Global Esteem, meanwhile, came here and, up in trip, could have been called the winner from the furlong pole with a commanding two-length score under Hollie Doyle.
That win came on soft going, with the previous Sandown second on good to firm, ensuring conditions aren't a worry now and Global Esteem is fancied to take this rise in class in his stride.
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Good to firm, Good in places.
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The meeting at Yarmouth will both be shown by Sky Sports Racing and the Sandown meeting is on Racing TV. Both will also be streamed on the bet365 website.
Global Esteem to win.
Good to firm, Good in places.