Jim Goldie's Merchant Of Dubai hasn't tasted success for over a year, but the nine-year-old has dropped to an attractive mark of 70 and if recapturing his best form will be a leading contender to carry top weight to victory in Musselburgh's Best In Handicap at 3:40pm.
Mark Johnson's Right Of Appeal is likely to be one of the primary challengers and being a three-year-old is still open some vast improvement and has to be respected, whilst the likes of the other Goldie-trained stalwart Dhaular Dhar and Grand Diamond, who makes it a hat-trick of runners for the Scottish handler, add more depth to an intriguing event.
Elsewhere on the card, the aforementioned Johnston will unleash Sir Frank Morgan in the Batleys Cash And Carry Handicap at 4:10pm, and he is another aiming to carry top weight to success, whilst the Bryan Smart-trained Orwellian will be a popular selection in a competitive renewal of the Xtra Local Handicap at 4:40pm.
Brighton will host some alternative Flat action this afternoon and Eve Johnson Houghton's Panther Patrol will bid for a stunning fifth win on the spin in the Why's Harveys New Beer Called R Handicap at 4:50pm, but the hat-trick-seeking Bayleyf and the in-form Langley Vale add great depth to a cracking showpiece.
Wolverhampton will offer the third and final afternoon fixture in the UK with a bumper eight-race card going right through until 6:00pm, whilst Listowel will conclude today's racing with a solitary card from Ireland, as they host a mixed card in the Emerald Isle.
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Newmarket will host some stunning action at the end of the September as the Cambridgeshire Meeting takes centre stage, and as well as the ultra-competitive Cambridgeshire Handicap, there will be some notable Group action with the likes of the Cheveley Park Stakes and the Sun Chariot Stakes just a brace of star races.
Some of the premier sprint handicappers will head to Ayr on Saturday afternoon as the Ayr Gold Cup takes centre stage and in one of the toughest betting heats of the entire season, all 27 runners that will go to post will look to emulate Highland Colori, who won the race 12 months ago
Watchable has been in stunning form and is a prominent figure in the betting, whilst Alben Star and Discussiontofollow are a couple of speedsters that could take their chance in the 6f showpiece and will be notable contenders.
John Gosden's Cornrow has been soaring through the ratings this season and the progressive performer could head to Newmarket on September 27 for what looks an ultra-competitive renewal of the Cambridgeshire Handicap, as a bumper field will do battle in the 1m 1f contest.
Educate won the prize 12 months ago and he could look to try and retain the coveted prize and is another prominent figure in a wide open ante-post betting market, whilst the likes of Princes Trust and Bow Creek are another couple of eye-catchers.
Our resident tipster Steve Chambo will be filtering through the form guides to gain those all-important winners, whilst racing presenter Tom Lee's Horse Racing Tips will be a regular addition to the tipping zone.
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