David Simcock's Mean It has been producing some creditable performances in the early part of his career and the improving four-year-old will look to continue on an upward curve at Newcastle this afternoon, as he bids for victory in the Vertem Handicap at 16:30.
With only three starts under his name and a decent second at Windsor last time out, he could well come on again for that outing and will be very tough to beat in what could be a superb opening for him to his second win of his fledgling career, but watch out for Alan Swinbank's I'm Super Too who could go well.
Elsewhere on the card, Don Cantillon's Almost Gemini will bid for a hat-trick of wins in the John Smith's Estb1758 Handicap at 17:00 in what is another cracking betting heat, whilst David O'Meara's Sandy Lane is another aiming for his third win in the spin and will be tough to beat in the Newcastle Brown Ale 85th Birthday Handicap at 17:30.
Pontefract will provide some decent action this evening and Richard Hannon and Richard Hughes will saddle the classy Malachim Mist in the Youngsters Conditions Stakes at 19:20, whilst Sir Michael Stoute's Mission Approved will be a warm order for the Tony Lewis & Our Best Pal Handicap at 19:50.
Brighton and Nottingham will offer the alternative afternoon racing with a brace of fixtures on the level, whilst Towcester will provide the solitary action over the sticks on what is an interesting day's racing in the UK.
Honest Strike has bagged a couple of victories in his last three starts and he will look to continue his great form of late in what is a decent renewal of Lingfield Park's Menzies Distribution Handicap at 15:30, but Ben Case's Ginger Fizz could offer some opposition in the 1m 6f contest.
Huntingdon and Southwell will offer the afternoon action on Wednesday with Worcester, Kempton Park and Sligo completing the day's racing with a trio of meetings taking place in the evening.
We have picked some of the brightest prospects for the 2013 Flat season and you can find out who has made it into our Flat Horses To Follow section which looks at potential Classic contenders and some older stars who could shine this year.
Sole Power stormed back into the limelight with an emphatic victory in the Palace House Stakes earlier in the month and he will look to bag another big sprinting crown on Saturday when he lines up for the Temple Stakes at Haydock Park, which will be a cracking betting heat.
Clive Cox's unbeaten Reckless Abandon will take on the older horses and look to continue his meteoric rise up the ratings, whilst the likes of Pearl Secret and Maarek could take their place in an enthrailling renewal.
Dawn Approach's sensational 2000 Guineas victory saw him slashed to a short-priced favourite for the Epsom Derby and the Jim Bolger-trained superstar will now look to add more Classic glory to his CV on June 1 and the Irish raider will be a warm order to emulate Camelot's achievements of 12 months ago.
However, a strong cast is sure to assemble on the Downs and Sir Michael Stoute will be hopeful that Telescope can make the line-up, whilst Aidan O'Brien's team is sure to have a strong battalion taking their chance in the Group One.
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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