Tomorrow sees racing action from Newbury, Market Rasen, Sedgefield, Chelmsford City and Southwell, with myself focusing on the latter.
AL ERAYG (7.10) finally notched the victory he richly deserved last week and is capable of defying a 5lb penalty on a return trip to Southwell.
Tim Easterby's gelding had been runner-up on three occasions since August before his victory romp nine days ago. That was his first encounter with the Fibresand surface and he seemed to relish the experience.
CHARLIE ARTHUR (7.40) cost his backers money eight days ago at Wolverhampton but looked an unlucky loser, having been denied racing room early in the straight. Richard Hughes gives him his first spin on this deeper surface but Charlie Arthur is worth chancing, especially as he is due to go up 2lb on the back of that Wolverhampton effort.