Next week Punchestown will take center stage later this month and our man Garry Owen brings you his tips from all the UK meetings every day.
THE KING OF MAY (3.15) can reign for in-form Brian Ellison in the River Tay Handicap Chase at Perth.
The gelding recorded another career best when decisively defeating Sirwilliamwallace at Newcastle.
The eight-year-old looks nicely unexposed over 2m 4f so he can get the better of some useful rivals.
AUBIS WALK (1.00) looks a smart piece of recruiting by Nicky Richards in the maiden hurdle.
The mare can strike after landing her point in impressive style at Quakerstown back in November.
The Greystoke handler can double-up with BIG BAD BEAR (2.40) in the handicap hurdle.
The eight-year-old relished the return to a faster surface when slamming Seddon at Newcastle.
That race is working out extremely well so this likeable gelding can defy a well-earned 5lb hike.
Richards can make it three thanks to SNOWY CLOUDS (4.20) in a competitive two-miler.
The hurdler got back on track when giving the classy Malpas most resistance in a Carlisle novice.
The gelding clearly has a bright future so he can make a winning handicap debut down in class.
LIMERICK LEADER (1.30) is no joke for Rose Dobbin in the trappy William Hill Handicap Hurdle.
The five-year-old improved again when comfortably accounting for Sanosuke in a hot Kelso novice.
The gelding was staying on very strongly so he can take advantage of a fair opening mark up in trip.
GARDEFORT (2.05) can end a superb season for Venetia Williams by taking the veterans’ chase.
The gelding won’t mind returning to three miles after his fine second to Karl Philippe at Newcastle.
ARTHUR’S SEAT (3.50) can hit the heights for Toby Bulgin in the Scoonieburn Handicap Hurdle.
The five-year-old improved for the step up to three miles when third to Blairgowrie at Newbury.
The gelding looks open to plenty of progress as a stayer so he can triumph under Brian Hughes.
Lisa Harrison’s MALANGEN (4:55) rates the safest option in the closing handicap hurdle.
The gelding bounced back with an excellent third behind Travail D’orfevre over 2m 2f at Kelso.
The seven-year-old was slightly unlucky so he can take this weaker contest back down in trip.
1.00 AUBIS WALK
1.30 LIMERICK LEADER
2.40 BIG BAD BEAR
3.15 THE KING OF MAY (NAP)
3.50 ARTHUR’S SEAT
4.20 SNOWY CLOUDS
3.25 ONE FOR BILLY
4.00 ARIZONA CARDINAL
5:10 MAJOR FORTUNE
2.30 EVOCATIVE SPARK
3.40 MASQUE OF ANARCHY
4.10 CARTER COWBOY
4.35 OPEN MIND
5.07 UNDER THE TWILIGHT
5.37 DUBAI HOPE
6.07 SECRET MOMENT
6.37 BAILEYS DERBYDAY
7.07 ROGUE FORCE
7.37 MUSIC BANNER
5.23 MULBERRY HILL
6.23 BLUMEN GLORY
6.53 ACHY BREAKY HEART
3:55 THE ANTARCTIC
4.25 NEW YORK DREAMS
5.00 BLIND BEGGAR
5.30 ARTISTIC CHOICE
6.00 PURPLE GOWN
6.30 ASK DELANEY
7.00 MATILDA WITH ME
4.45 SIZING MAURITIUS
5.15 JOHANNA YEATS
5.45 DYLAN LOMBARDY
6.15 PALE BLUE DOT
6.45 WALK ON THE MOONE
7.15 BEAUTIFUL BLISS
George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.