It's a midweek flurry of racing action with no less than seven meetings scheduled across Britain and Ireland on Wednesday.
Wednesday's Horse Racing Predictions
Jumps fare comes from Ludlow (14:10-17:35), Sedgefield (13:15-16:35) and Galway (13:55-17:45) while they go on the Flat at Nottingham (12:00-16:15) and Navan (14:05-17:55) before evening all-weather takes over at Kempton (16:25-20:30) and Newcastle (16:05-20:15).
A total of 57 races across more than eight hours of action and Wednesday's horse racing prediction has our three to follow.
Vindolanda to win and each-way - BET NOW
Charlie Hills and David Probert can combine to take this fillies' handicap with top-weight Vindolanda. The daughter of Nathaniel was a disappointing favourite at Goodwood last time but that can be excused. It was a three-runner contest and, having come out quite slowly, Jim Crowley still found himself having to make the running with neither of his rivals eager to do so.
It's quite possible too that Vindolanda didn't relish that quirky track, as she didn't find much at the business end and finished a well-held third.
She was previously a winner this summer at Haydock (1m6f, soft) off 75 and also chased home a solid barometer in Future Investment at Chester (2m, good to soft) in August before that Goodwood setback.
She's giving weight to her younger rivals now but, back on a more conventional track with ground conditions favourable, her raceday experience might count for plenty against these three-year-olds.
For Good Measure to win and each-way - BET NOW
The Philip Hobbs-trained For Good Measure will hold excellent claims in this three-mile handicap chase based on his last-time-out Newton Abbot second. The nine-year-old King's Theatre gelding is no beacon of consistency and has only one win from 12 over fences; but that still rates a very promising run.
He had looked in need of the outing previously at Uttoxeter in early July on his first start since November but he certainly improved for it when second behind the progressive Soldier Of Love at Newton Abbot (3m2f, good) in the first week of August.
Paul Nicholls' charge scored off 129 and had no problems following up back at Newton Abbot last month despite an 11lb hike.
Templepark and Coup De Pinceau were winners recently for Fergal O'Brien and Nicholls and should go well here, but if Richard Johnson can coax the same level of effort from For Good Measure with trip/ground to suit, they've got an excellent chance.
D'Bai to win and each-way - BET NOW
Harry's Bar has a fine record on synthetic surfaces and cannot be ruled out with certainty but James Fanshawe's five-year-old must concede upwards of 4lb to some smart rivals in this contest and that's a tough ask on ratings.
Both D'Bai and Jash are set to run on here for the first time, with Charlie Appleby's son of Dubawi making his all-weather debut at the 31st time of asking.
He finished ahead of Jash recently in a Listed Newbury contest over 7f, the pair taking third and fourth respectively. D'Bai met trouble in running at a crucial stage and surely would have gone close with a clear run, given the way in which he finished once seeing daylight.
The drop to 6f is a minor source of concern but he should handle the trip (Listed second to The Tin Man at Windsor in 2018) and can take advantage of a good piece of placement from a trainer in form after coming up shy in stronger races in three starts since his win at Haydock in July.
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Wednesday's Horse Racing Frequently Asked Questions
What is the going at Nottingham?
Soft, good to soft in places.A
What is the going at Ludlow?
What is the going at Kempton?
Standard to slow.A
Can I watch the racing from Nottingham, Ludlow and Kempton?
Yes, all three meetings are being shown on Racing TV, while they can also be streamed on bet365.A
What is our recommended bet?
For Good Measure to winA