After a bit of a barren stretch on the site, it’s back around to me to try and find some winners.

With an early start at Worcester, beginning at 12:15, a seven race jumps card includes a nice looking Class 2 hurdle race at 2:20.

Next to begin is the only Irish meeting on the flat at Navan. This card includes a million dollar purchase for Aidan O’Brien in the 3:25.

It’s two-year-old day at Newmarket this afternoon, with many unraced runners tackling the Suffolk course. All of Frankie Dettori’s mounts are for trainer, John Gosden, including Mostly in the first at 1:20.

The final of the afternoon meetings to begin is the smaller course of Fontwell in West Sussex. Beginning at 1:30, but my eyes were drawn Aidan Coleman booked on to ride a filly in the last, after spending his early afternoon at Worcester.

Under the floodlights, Kempton Park begin racing at 4:40 with some competitive matchups. Some big training names at the head of the market in 7:10 race should make it interesting.

And finally, Wolverhampton get underway at 5:25 with a few nice looking handicaps. The five furlong Class 4 looks to be the pick of the races, with some very speedy runners declared.

Here are my tips for the day:

NAP: Midnight Callisto – 4:55 Fontwell.
As mentioned before, Aidan Coleman travels down south for one ride in a bumper. This surely means it has a sound chance running for Anthony Honeyball.

NB: The Grand Visir – 3:30 Worcester.
Ascot Stakes winner in the summer for Ian Williams, and now with Robert Dunne on his back and three extra furlongs, definitely in with a shout.

EW: Nevendon – 4:45 Newmarket.
An interesting runner who has been entered into the Epsom Derby next year. From Michael Bell’s yard, and bred from a Grade 1 Coral Eclipse winner. Should go well.